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Lifestyle Briefs, August 23

August 23, 2016 TU to dedicate courtyard in honor of David Hayes Tiffin University is to dedicate its courtyard at 1 p.m. Wednesday in honor of David L. Hayes. more »»

Swallowing woes? Get a workup

August 22, 2016 Dear Dr. Roach: My mother, who is in her late 70s and who always has enjoyed eating meat, can no longer do so. She says that she just has a hard time getting it dow. more »»

It’s infatuation, not love

August 22, 2016 Dear Annie: I have an embarrassing problem, and I don’t know what to do. I met a beautiful young woman who works in a local store. She is about 20 years younger than I a. more »»

Spotlight to shine on solar energy

August 21, 2016 Solar energy in northwest Ohio is in the spotlight this week, as Green Energy Ohio hosts its second statewide seminar on large solar arrays Thursday in Bowling Green. more »»

Highlights of study focusing on solar installations in Ohio

August 21, 2016 Here are highlights from a study completed by Emily Sautter, Green Energy Ohio’s wind program manager, about 25 largest solar photovoltaic — or PV — installations in Ohio using data on each of the... more »»

Take a test drive, help Project Lifesaver

August 16, 2016 Tiffin’s Ford and Lincoln dealership is hosting an event to help a local program to protect loved ones. more »»

Location disparity eyed for those needing liver

August 15, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation’s transplant network is taking a long-awaited step to ease a serious disparity: Where you live affects whether you get a timely liver transplant or die waitin. more »»

Find another way to say goodbye

August 15, 2016 Dear Annie: I am writing to get your input on an issue I am unable to resolve or forget. Over 50 years ago, I began a friendship with a co-worker and his family that was close and personal. more »»

Find lingering pain support group

August 15, 2016 Dear Dr. Roach: My dad is 89 and had polio when he was 6. He had to learn to walk again. Over the years, I have watched the pain he has endured. more »»

Going fishin’

August 14, 2016 A partnership between Tiffin-Seneca Izaak Walton League and Seneca Re-Ads of Fostoria is expanding the life experiences of people with disabilities into the outdoors with fishing. more »»

The starting block

August 14, 2016 This photo was taken in the Webster Manufacturing Co. pattern shop about 1912. The man in the center in the black sweater is Clarence Scheiber. more »»

They saved the date, but apparently for naught

August 8, 2016 Dear Annie: Three months ago, my husband and I received a save-the-date card for a wedding. At one time, we were very close to the bride’s parents, but we seldom see them anymor. more »»

High cholesterol one risk factor

August 8, 2016 Dear Dr. Roach: My doctor recently suggested I start taking a statin. After reading some of the recent literature, it appears statin therapy is more controversial than in the past. more »»

Benefit Aug. 27 to help cancer patient

August 2, 2016 A 26-year-old Tiffin native and Calvert Catholic School graduate has been diagnosed with breast cancer, and her friends and family have organized a benefit to assist with expenses later this month. more »»

Lifestyle Briefs, August 2

August 2, 2016 Extreme build to close street Saturday Third Avenue between Wall Street and Shawhan Avenue is to be closed 6 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday to permit Habitat for Humanity to perform an Extreme Build of a home. more »»

Trampoline park injuries jumping as trend spreads

August 1, 2016 CHICAGO — Trampoline park injuries have soared as the indoor jumping trend has spread. That’s according to a study that shows annual U.S. more »»

Parent: School administrators try to micro-manage care of student

August 1, 2016 Dear Annie: My 10-year-old’s school administrators are over-the-top nosey and won’t stay out of our business. I think they mean well, but at times, they try to micromanage the care of our child. more »»

Cataract surgery complicated, not ruled out, by rare syndrome

August 1, 2016 Dear Dr. Roach: I went to the ophthalmologist to have my eyes evaluate. more »»

Johnson now directs ’Berg water lab ...

July 31, 2016 As public notice turns toward Lake Erie this summer and how large the harmful algal bloom might be this year, changes have been quietly taking place in leadership at the National Center for Water... more »»

... as former director stays involved there

July 31, 2016 Although Ken Krieger retired as director of the National Center for Water Quality Research in December, he still can be found in the office once a week — or more. more »»



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