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University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital - At the Forefront of Kids' Medicine - The University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital is a state-of-the-art children's hospital. Our teams of pediatric experts use advanced diagnostic and medical techniques to care for children of all ages. Explore our site to learn more about our kid-friendly, family-focused care.


Country: North America, US, United States

City: 60637 Chicago, Illinois

  • C. Becher - Love this stroller, here's why...I have the Uppababy Vista which I have used since my now 8month old was born. Great stroller but heavy and large to cary around. When we got a Prius we needed something smaller and I really wanted something easier.

    I went back and forth between this and the City Mini. In the end we chose B Agile for these reasons:

    -Better for a taller person because there is no bar across the bottom for your foot to hit.
    -The fabric is lighter weight and looks nicer
    -The stroller is lighter weight than City Mini
    -Love the canopy and also that it has a mesh peep hole so I can ventilate stroller as well as check on baby.
    -Very easy to maneuver an great in small spaces
    -Can open and close it with one hand while holding baby
    -Reclines to almost flat, can easily change a diaper in it


    -Basket is hard to reach when seat is reclined
    -Can be difficult if you are tall, Im 5'9 and even without the bar across the bottom I still trip over the back of the stroller.
    -Wish there was a bar across front, or even the option to buy one other than a snack tray
    -Wish the handle was adjustable for taller people

    To do it all over again I would have bought this and not wasted my money on the Uppababy. However, the Uppababy can accommodate a doubles kit should we have another child...
  • Tom Burger - Bought it for a friendThe author thoroughly revises this book every year to account for the ever evolving methods of companies finding good candidates and the development of new tools for finding a new job or modifying one's career. My friend tends to shun advice and help, but in a weak moment, and with nothing else at hand for her to read, she picked it up almost a month after delivery. I just got a call with those wonderful words we all love to hear, "Your were right and I was wrong." Of course the acid test will be to see if she works the exercises and actually discovers a more rewarding line of work, or at least finds a more rewarding role in the work she currently does, which is medical billing. My advice to everyone else? Don't get into medical billing.