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International Journal for Equity in Health | Home page - <p>Founding Editor Professor Barbara Starfield was considered one of the most important researchers in the field of Primary Health Care and was instrumental in leading projects to develop important methodological tools, including the Primary Care Assessment Tool, the CHIP tools (to assess adolescent and child health status), and the Johns Hopkins Adjusted Clinical Groups (ACGs) for assessment of diagnosed morbidity burdens reflecting degrees of co-morbidity.</p><p><i>International Journal for Equity in Health</i> goes social - follow us on Twitter: @equityhealthj</p>

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  • Robert M. Blasewitz - Excellent Treadmill

    The Sole F63 was all that I expected and more. It is smooth running, quiet, feature laden and easy to use. It also supports programmed workouts. I agree with a previous reviewer on its only drawback...handles used for pulse measurement that are very low and uncomfortable. A minor complaint that is easily bypassed by using their harness to get pulse rate. It took about 45 minutes to assemble after being moved to the basement ...which requires three strong people...this piece is very heavy ! I highly recommend the Sole F63, it is a real bargain when one looks at proice versus capability and warranty.

  • J. Britton Pann - The biggest bear in the woods isn't necessarily the best

    I bough an early copy of Quicken 1.0 when it first came out 'way back in the '80's, and have used a succession on Intuit products ever since - even reluctantly moving from MacIntosh to Windows because Intuit made that necessary. It is hard to imagine a time before programs like Quicken existed, but their was such a time: Their product was revolutionary - a true game-changer. So historically I have a lot of respect for the vision of the company.