Halberg Chronobiology Center - Chronobiology offers the opportunity to quantitatively resolve the dynamics inside the normal range and hence to refine the definition of health, positively and individually.
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I bought this in a kids size and put it on my third daughter. The next morning, she had turned into a boy.
I'm on some medications that cause me "digestive problems". I used a number of "commercial relief" products but they all caused me cramps and sometimes unpredictability. Colon Cleanse is soooo much better! It is effective and painless relief.
I've been using Street Atlas Plus for years and it continues to be an excellent product. There are still plenty of extras that may paying for this program worth the money for me. I know the free internet maps are available, but unless you've used DeLorme Street Atlas Plus, you just don't know what a complete map based product is!
Dogs became very ill within the first 3-4 days of putting collars on and the vet can't refund an opened used product and Bayer will not just approve a refund. They treat you like you are scamming or lying. They justify not refunding because it is an opened used product. So these companies get to make money on these products and not refund when the customer can't use it because it makes the dog I'll. I cannot believe that after a vet highly recommends the product they then say they can't refund an "opened sued product" after it made the dogs sick. They have to go to Bayer for approval for a refund. When new products/chemicals are introduced in the market for flea and tick there is always the risk of adverse reactions. The company is not held responsible or accountable. The price of these collars is not cheap. If your dogs becomes sick within the first 3 days you literally threw your money away and Bayer and the vet made a profit off of each and every collar sold. At that point they are going to continue to make a lot of money until there are enough reports of adverse reactions to maybe pull it off the market. That would take a lot and not everyone will report their experience. So the profits will continue to pour in despite the dogs that end up sick. Their are dogs having seizures.....this is not a concern for vets and Bayer. All they care about is the profit. If it makes a dog sick or doesn't do what it says you should be entitled to a refund. Period. Get it in writing when you buy it that you can get a refund if there is a problem. If they told people up front there would he less sales. But at least you would know you are taking a chance with the money you spend. You won't see them tell you willing about not being able to refund because they know there will be less sales.
Unfortunately, the choice of using Quickbooks is probably not up to you. Most companies are already using it or the people they have are used to it. Or even worse - the accountant that you are using requires you to submit the info in a QB file.
Love this product and I will never go back to pads or tampons. I used tampons for years, but there is always the stress of not having one on you, or bleeding through and having issues with your panties/clothing. Pads are crazy uncomfortable, and mostly like a diaper, so I avoid them in general. The Softcup has helped me get rid of leakage all together, keeps from having that musty smell happened while on your period, and is super comfortable so I don't notice it there at all. You can go 12 hours without having to remove it, and when you do take it out you can wash it then replace so you aren't creating excess waste overall. It takes a couple times to get used to inserting and removing it, but once you have that figured out this is a breeze (follow the directions very closely because they do a good job describing the process). The harder plastic ring makes insertion and removal a breeze, and is still flexible enough to allow movement without discomfort. I tried Diva Cup and similar products and hated them because the material is too flimsy and slippery, they are supper hard to put in and removal can have pinching and suction that makes it tough to get out. Softcup all the way for a good re-usable but disposable option!