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No one doesn't need this book. If you are taking medication for any of the most "profitable" common health problems, or are about to, it is urgent that you read this book. Or if you simply want to improve your health. Mr. Ellison provides an invaluable public service by detailing the dangerous side effects of many of these medications - and provides information on safe, healthy alternatives. Medical quackery is rampant nowadays, with people being wrongly or over-prescribed: or prescribed, period, when there was no need to be in the first place. We are seeing, increasingly, more damning evidence against many of these drugs, with deaths occurring, lawsuits, lives ruined, and cover-ups by pharmaceutical industries. I have seen, first hand, some of the insidious, and scary side effects many medications have caused for my loved ones; and in a few of these instances, I proved the doctors wrong in their diagnoses and revealed the real problems.
First time I had a chance to use my moov this morning. Used in conjunction with Garmin forerunner 125 and runkeeper on iPhone 5s to compare.
My son received this for his 6th birthday. He had received a similar toy from a different manufacturer in the past and had enjoyed that and worked at it for over a month on and off. This project was much quicker to "excavate". He had a lot of fun with it but he had all the pieces removed within an hour or two. Not wanting the mess from the block in my house I had him work on it outside, it can be quite messy although was not half as bad as the one from the other manufacturer that he had used prior. My son was quite excited with the T-Rex skeleton that he found. The pieces go together quite easily. It was not something that kept well though as he wanted to play with it in his dinosaur playset and he kept breaking it apart with the pieces eventually becoming lost to the place where lost toy pieces go. I must say that several months after it was purchased his grandmother found the exact same item at a local store for only $10, which I would say is a better price. She did buy him another one which we will save until the weather becomes nice again and we can get back outside to use it. Gotta love winter in the Northeast!!