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March 2006 Issue

  • Ask the Plastic Surgeon
    Question: I am 34 years old and have three children. I have a C-section scar and loose skin around my belly button. Even though I am the weight I was prior to having children and work out at least twice a week, I can’t seem to tighten my tummy. I’m not going to have any more children and would really like to get my figure back. I’ve thought about having a tummy tuck, but my husband thinks that if I exercise more I should be able to return to my pre-baby shape. Is surgery a good option for me?
A la Carte
  • A Warm Atmosphere

    French, Asian, and American flavors merge in the blackened scallops and grilled zucchini with sweet and sour sauce.

Cellar Notes
Arts and Entertainment
  • Masterpiece man
    Ian Hoffman

    A nationwide, 100-day exhibit kicks off this month, honoring legend Viktor Shreckengost.

  • Enemy Territory
    Erick Trickey

    What could possibly convince a Clevelander to convert his saloon into a Steelers bar?

Cover Story
  • Cutting the Fat
    Christopher Johnson

    Schools, cities, businesses and neighborhoods take off the pounds together.

  • Fat City
    Jacqueline Marino

    We're fed up. We don't need another magazine ranking telling us we're fat any more than we need another world-famous corned beef sandwich. (Actually, we do need to do something about those corned beef sandwiches.) But instead of letting it get under our skin, we looked under our skin, and found our fat cells thriving, our favorite foods add to the problem and some local experts have recipes for fat reduction that could compete with Jenny Craig. So get off your adipose (that's fat) backside and get moving toward a healthier you.

  • Make Mine McDonald's
    Amber Matheson

    There's a scene in "Supersize Me" when Morgan Spurlock, the firm's director and bemused star, meets a guy who only eats McDonald's Big Macs - vanquishing more than 19,000 of them in his lifetime. He's just an eccentric guy who loves Big Macs as much as, or maybe more than, he loves his wife. My story isn't quite that bad.

  • Top Docs
    The Editors

    Talk to your doctor.

    It's solid advice. We hear it all the time when it comes to our health.
    Our doctor knows which drug will make us better, which surgery will fix us and which lifestyle choices will help us live our best lives possible. When our doctors talk, we listen. We take their advice on just about everything - even what doctors we should see next.

    The truth is there are many outstanding doctors in Northeast Ohio. The medical journals and popular press abound with stories about the strides they've made in research and patient care. But when you're just one patient, looking for just the right doctor for you, it?s easy to go wanting in a land of plenty.

    We have published the Best Doctors list this year to highlight 589 of our area's best physicians in 35 specialties. All of them made the list because their peers voted for them. (Consider it a big referral list.) The six we profile in the following pages possess the qualities that make a good healer - tremendous clinical skills, a caring bedside manner and a deep dedication to their profession.

    They are models for why "Talk to your doctor" is such good advice - and the reason we recommend you take it.

Fast Lane
  • Semeka Randall

    Michigan State University assistant basketball coach and Trinity High School hoop legend.

  • Way to Go, Sport

    Dave Gilbert's got game. He sells Cleveland as a venue for everything from tae kwon do to Olympic qualifiers to the NCAA Women's Basketball tournament. And he's winning.

Home and Garden
  • Positively Negative
    Michael D. Roberts

    Is being down on the city in our DNA? Our writer asks whether knowing what's really going on in Cleveland has programmed us with a heavy dose of disappointment.

Special Sections
  • A Sound Inspection
    Chrissy Kadleck

    The home inspection is a key step in the home-buying process- here's how to benifit from the experience.

  • Ask the Experts
    The Editors

    Everything you've wanted to know about choosing a school but were afraid to ask.

  • Meet your new Mortgage
    Chrisy Kadleck

    When it comes to funding one of the biggest purchases you'll ever make, buyers are discovering that there's more than one way to get the job done.

  • What I Learned
    Chrissy Kadleck

    For the first time homeowners describe their forays into the tangled task of purchasing  a new home, and share their best advice to help you find your perfect new home.

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