SCAA | Welcome to the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association - The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association (SCAA) is an organization singularly focused on sudden cardiac arrest. SCAA identifies and unites survivors, those at risk of sudden cardiac arrest, as well as others who are interested in being advocates on SCAA issues in their communities and beyond. Our membership is dedicated to promoting solutions to prevent sudden cardiac death, including increased awareness, immediate bystander action, public access to defibrillation (PAD) and access to therapies (principally ICDS--implantable cardiac defibrillators).
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Great shampoo, left my hair light and shiny. Priced much better than my local grocery store. Will buy again for sure.
Does exactly what it promises and setup is very easy. The ONLY surprise was that the power supply is a separate cord+small box and not built into the back of the unit. Based on the size, I erroneously assumed that you could plug it directly into the wall.
This is the worst whitening system I've ever used! It created canker sores all over my tongue, it was extremely painful, and to top it off, it didn't even work!
If you have a Bob Stroller and a Chicco car seat then this is the adapter you need. It works great just as you would expect with either the Bob or Chicco Line of products. Small, lightweight, simple to use. Just snap it in and you are good to go.
I am very disappointed in the new "Official" ACT Prep Guide. It only has three practice tests and the content lessons are worthless. This book is not worth the money, unless it is the only practice you can get your hands on. Come on ACT, why do one worse than the College Board, when the stepped into a pile of stink with the new SAT and gave you more of the market.
Unless you were out of the country or in a coma during the 2012 presidential election you will find very little interesting about this book. It basically skips over some of the lessor republican candidates and just regurgitates the news headlines from the 2012 season. Very few behind the scenes or interesting off the record commentary. This is all done very safe and formulaic so that no one is offended and no bridges were burned for the next season's access. Honestly the only things that I learned at all were some conversations with Chris Christy about his decision not to run. All in all this was a big let down, the positive reviews here really confuse me, are people that easily impressed? If your expecting something along the lines of "Game Change" you're going to be in for a disappointment. Unless you have amnesia skip this book!