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First Aid should be a required textbook for every medical student to have. It's that important for the first 2 years of med school.
I've been using this stroller (in red) with the infant car seat for about three months now for my newborn baby. It takes a lot of upper body strength to maneuver, without the infant car seat it's a bit easier to turn. That's mostly why I gave it three stars. The storage is not very accessible and it's not big at all. The red color its bright and beautiful however it gets stained with anything,even water, if I would of known I would have never purchased in this color. Very light and easy to fold this is a big plus. The handlebar it's not adjustable making it very uncomfortable for my 5'11" tall husband and me 5'2" both of our wrists start to hurt within minutes of pushing and trying to turn this stroller. Maybe I just expected better from this stroller after reading the reviews on it. For the 179 price this is a decent stroller wouldn't pay more than that though.
The most racist material I have ever read. As a life-long (White) resident of Birmingham (69 years), I have lived through the civil rights era and beyond. I lived through the events of 1963, and they changed my perspective forever. I would not like to return to the Birmingham I knew before 1963. I do not suffer from White Guilt, because I was just a child before 1963, and see injustice where it exists. Sure, racism still exists in Birmingham and Alabama, and Black (and now Hispanic) citizens still are affected by it. Replete with bad grammar, misspellings and misstatements and distortions of fact, this book should be avoided by anyone hoping to gain insight into Birmingham and the events which shaped its future, I recommend Diane McWhorter's book, Carry Me Home, for starters.
Amazingly comfortable. But, yep, if you're a big guy, the air cushion will come close to poppng. They're not meant meant for the bigs. I am a large sized guy @ 5'9 200, and am pushing the limits with the cushions. So, I concur with the previous poster with the football-build - I can definitely see how he popped two pairs. As for the shoe itself, they are stylish (as long as you go for a pair that don't have the HUGE AIR MAX logo on the heel) and unbelievably comfortable. Arch, ankle, heel support is great & achilles chafing is zero with or without no-show socks for me. Wide-footed people rejoice. These are for you.
Great for a hot cup of soup, or a base for a gravy. Makes a great onion gravy for beef or lamb. You do need to crumble the cubes well before adding them to hot water.