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  • Elizabeth Cruz - Great product

    I love this for my son, this is exclusively what I use on him. It smells heavenly and he already knows the scent as a trigger to start his nighttime routine. I am very happy with this and this big one lasts a long time on a little baby. This is great and Aveeno knows how to make great products. I would recommend this to any mommy for their little one.

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    My work issued me with the Ingenex Optum 2013 ICD-9 book.I hate it. When I could see the margin of error opportunity for the Ingenex ICD-9 edition, I went immediately to Amazon.I am so glad I did. I got this book just in time .It looks almost as used as my Ingenex. No markings, some wear along the binding. But I don't care. The way this ICD-9 book is set up will be practically error free. I love the Alphabetical section. The key words are in red.Therefore, if you look up diabetes, it's in your face. The word nephropathy, is easily seen. No words disappear. This is the set up every ICD-9 book should contain.

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    Still shines beautifully. Love it except has anyone noticed the size and weight difference from last years?

  • Silvana Dascenzo - Great for us women with ENDOMETRIOSIS

    I take this Serrapeptase along with the Nattokinase every morning religiously, 2 capsules each. I take them together because they're supposed to work synergistically and many people also do so. I also take 2 capsules of DIM along with them, and 2 Vitex later in the day.