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ARCHIVES FOR CHEST DISEASE - International Journal of Cardiopulmonary Medicine and Rehabilitation - ARCHIVES FOR CHEST DISEASE - International Journal of Cardiopulmonary Medicine and Rehabilitation

Country: Europe, IT, Italy

  • Valla - Good for my small office

    I have a small office with less than 5 employees. I use this printer to print proposals and presentations. I am impressed with the quality of the prints. I want to save paper and hence use duplex most of the time. This printer has a neat ePrint feature. All I have to do is to email the document to the printer's email address (setup via HP ePrint) and the printer prints the document. I like this feature. Also the ePrint is secure.

    The printer weights 50lb. That's heavy for a printer with a small footprint.

  • Jaquelyn Greene - This has really worked for me!

    I am so excited! I've been taking this since January 2nd and have lost over 11 pounds! I cut down my caloric intake and have increased my exercise, and I take 1 Garcinia Cambogia pill before each meal (3/day) and I'm actually seeing results. I've dieted and exercised in the past with little success, and I always had a difficult time fighting cravings but I really believe this pill has helped me stop having cravings. I no longer want cheeseburgers and chocolate icecream and all that other unhealthy food. Also, I am actually satisfied after eating when I take these pills, I have no more desire for second or third helpings. I have PCOS and am in the obese weight range and have been my whole life. I've tried so many times and thought I'd never lose weight. Now I actually have hope that I can obtain a healthy weight! In fact, my 23rd birthday was this past week and I allowed myself cake and icecream and fast food, but I still lost 4 lbs. And I haven't had any negative side effects. In my opinion, this product is great!

  • Jonathan Pereira - Good and more detail than the film doco..

    I would recommend this regardless, but particularly if you have seen his documentary of the same name. It is a fascinating insight into modern "war" and supposed "fight against terror". In so doing we are almost without being aware giving up many hard fought for rights. Schahill has a succinct and non-preaching style, which makes reading this book a lot easier given the topic.