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“We are introducing Angels’ Castle, a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving individuals on the autism spectrum who are transitioning into adulthood, through educational programs, entertainment, therapy services and physical activities while providing compassionate care to promote independence and personal growth,” Dr. Porras says.

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Everyone’s needs and lives are different, but a key element is feeling confident about your appearance. Self-care is crucial for both our physical and mental wellness. As we age, this can become more and more challenging because of the natural changes that happen to us. Luckily, there are several newer and some traditional technologies which can dramatically improve how you age to help you put forth your best self.

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On July 1, we formed LiveWell Capital. LiveWell will have 17 team members and eight CFP professionals, and will provide financial planning services for over $600M in client assets. LiveWell was formerly five separate teams at Northwestern Mutual that are now merging into one team to create more synergy, services and expertise for our clients. (We will remain a part of the Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company.)

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Though the country is still battling the economic impacts of COVID-19, experts in the private sector markets are helping leaders focus on the following three areas during this recession: 1) theft and cyber risk, 2) business process automation and 3) liquidity. Brian Berning, partner, Tax Services at RSM, is seeing a lot of optimization/rationalization work as folks try to determine how they can operate more efficiently with fewer people and apply automation in ways that can help sustain them during this rough period.

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The compensation world has changed for the better for those in IT over the last 10 years. Titles like CIO, CTO, CISO, CDO, and other titles related to Big Data, Cloud and Cyber Security were not mainstream even five years ago. It is a good time to be in technology in corporate America. The best talent is sought after in a highly competitive landscape, and technologists are earning an increasingly high income potential. That being said, little is written on the topic because those outside of technology often don’t realize how much the game has changed.

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Looking for a tasty fall treat or a delicious addition to your Thanksgiving dinner? Try this recipe for Pumpkin Spice Cookies. It will bring out all the nostalgia of the season with the fragrance of nutmeg and cinnamon in every bite. They have the taste of soft chewy muffin tops and the flavor of the seasonal pumpkin spiced latte. 

When a woman in her early 40s began experiencing double vision followed by problems swallowing, she visited an ENT physician who found that one of her vocal cords was becoming paralyzed, as was the musculature in the back of her mouth, which explained why she was choking on her food. It wasn’t until she made an appointment at Mayfield Brain & Spine that she learned the root of all her problems — a 6.5-cm tumor was growing off the base of her skull, pushing on her brain stem and cranial nerves.

The first six months of 2020 have brought about a lot of uncertainty for most Americans. Individuals have been worried about their health and jobs while employers have been concerned about demand for their products and services, as well as the financial well-being of their companies. All the while, healthcare providers and government officials have been exhausting all of the resources they have at their disposal to keep us safe and do what they can to allow for the economy to survive.

In June, when tensions ran high across the country following the death of George Floyd, Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) Superintendent Laura Mitchell reached out to Josh Hardin, the district athletic manager for CPS.

“She said, ‘With everything going on around racial equity, social justice, police brutality, and protesting, what can we do to empower our students and let their voices be heard?’” recalls Hardin. They decided to host one-hour forums where students could ask questions of community leaders as well as share their thoughts and concerns.

Health Care

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As a sixth grader, Hannah Schube remembers how she was forced into a new lifestyle after she learned that she had Type 1 diabetes. Read more

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A new technology has entered the facial rejuvenation scene in the Cincinnati area. Donath Facial Plastic Surgery has introduced the radio-frequency face tightening device, EmbraceRF, to its arsenal of revitalization tools. This makes Alexander Donath, M.D., F.A.C.S., the first to offer this kind of treatment locally. Read more

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Lindner Center of HOPE is not unlike the massive trees that line its driveway and paths — a mighty oak with mature branches that has grown into a haven offering the myriad of answers and assistance necessary to brave the various, challenging mental health storms that life may bring. Read more

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You’ve changed your diet and you’ve been working out regularly, but that stubborn belly fat still won’t disappear. It might be time to try a different solution, and with summer fast approaching, there’s no better time to turn to a medical spa for the latest in body sculpting treatments. Read more

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Business

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“We are introducing Angels’ Castle, a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving individuals on the autism spectrum who are transitioning into adulthood, through educational programs, entertainment, therapy services and physical activities while providing compassionate care to promote independence and personal growth,” Dr. Porras says.

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Everyone’s needs and lives are different, but a key element is feeling confident about your appearance. Self-care is crucial for both our physical and mental wellness. As we age, this can become more and more challenging because of the natural changes that happen to us. Luckily, there are several newer and some traditional technologies which can dramatically improve how you age to help you put forth your best self.

Arts & Entertainment

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The world of ancient Maya culture has returned to our time, to our locale, for Cincinnati communities to experience in a way that’s never been done before.

Cincinnati theatre-goers are sure to be delighted this upcoming season. Four phenomenal new productions are set for 2020, including “Anastasia,” “Les Misérables,” “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Escape to Margaritaville.” 

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Anthology Senior Living is driven by a simple belief that everyone has a unique life story. Their mission is to offer a unique senior living experience that provides residents with the best in hospitality and care so they can live their story in a beautiful, meaningful way.