Psmo.org.ph Review:Philippine Society of Medical Oncology - Philippine Society of Medical Oncology
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City: 94107 San Francisco, California
- Kristi Johnson - A value program that actually works12 hour long workout DVDs for $70 is a great value. The first week was tough and showed us how out of shape we really were, but my husband and I are on our 12th week now and have noticed great results without even following the diet. What makes this successful vs going to the gym and other single videos I've tried in the past is that it is a "program". We are forced to finish sets when we're tired and otherwise would have stopped working out. And we're forced to work out every day (except the rest day) when we otherwise would have just sat around the house. And our interest is maintained through the 90 days with the constant change in routine. No repeat of the same stuff for an hour every day which is too boring to stick with. Our flexibility, strength, and balance is all around improved thanks to this program.
- Kermit Van Roekel - Great tabletLittle tough learning and you must realize that tablet apps are not the same as a full pc. Good unit, nice screen. Wife loves it, perfect size.
- Speedy D - It works. Wife says Thanks, Dr. KatzSince I can't smell my own breath, my wife will tell me "Hey, we need to get some more Dr. Katz for you." This stuff is amazing and after using it for a day or two, my wife notices a huge difference.
I think the problem for me is the back of my throat, so I gargle it for 10-15 seconds twice a day. Sometimes after gargling I have a weird taste in my mouth, but I chalk it up to the rinse killing all those silly germs. After using it for several days the weird taste diminishes and it starts to feel like you just left the dentist. This rinse doesn't burn and it has a slight minty taste. I'd use this over Listerine any day.
Don't forget to brush your teeth and floss.
- J. Hutchins - My Norton AV for the MacSeems to be working fine; of course I prefer Norton AV over McAfee (which sucks on a PC). I do not have any experience with the other AV products. My only issue with Norton is how they charge for definitions after one year. Seems that if I can get the AV software for less then the subscription price I would rather just uninstall and reinstall the new software. So I have two PC's with 70 days left (I buy the 3 PC install copy). Lets see how much it will cost to renew or buy an new application with the one year subscription.