Neides has been blogging on Cleveland.com's South Euclid-Lyndhurst community blog for about two years on a variety of wellness-related topics.Which isn't all that clear.
His most recent column, posted on Friday afternoon, quickly sparked outrage when it was discovered by the medical and scientific community on social media sites. The column was removed briefly from the site Sunday afternoon, though it's not clear if Neides, who had privileges to log into and alter content on the community blog, or someone else removed it. It was restored shortly after.
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