www.uclaisap.org Review:

UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs - UCLA ISAP conducts research on behavioral and medication treatments for substance abuse and addiction, and provides research training and clinical training in drug abuse disorders.

Country:, North America, US

City: -122.2471 California, United States

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    A decent product. I've used the Anti Virus for years and I've never been infected. This year I got the Internet Security package because it was actually cheaper on Amazon than the Anti Virus alone. Installed easily. And it's no where near as annoying as McAfee. I was hoping the anti-spam would be better. The anti-spam that's built into and included with Outlook is just as good or better. I feel like I'm constantly having to teach it which stuff is spam. It's just so blatantly obvious to me as a human that its spam.

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    We love Cosmo.... Fun right out of the box, he's helping my son learn his colors in game mode... He's part of the family now..

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    Fits well;connectors were perfect. Light is bright. I like getting rid of massive stock lights. Improves aerodynamic looks. Eliminates stuff to break off if bike goes down.

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    This is a great book to couple with Excel 2013 Formulas. It reminds us of basic opportunities and guidelines and goes well when you are wanting to know, "Why did it do that?"

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    I love this stuff. It smells great, feels gentle, and leaves my hair healthy, shiny, and soft. Only complaint is that you have to use ~16-20 pumps for one wash, and it's a tiny bottle! But well worth it I suppose!

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    I'm a fiend for mentholated chest rubs, sometimes slathering up when I'm not even sick. The vapors carry me back to childhood; my mother would put me to bed and apply those products liberally when I was ill. The Watkins is a good preparation. Its pleasant odor is similar to that of Vicks, but is gentler than the Vicks fragrance. For me, the ideal is a sharp, penetrating smell, so I'll stick with Vicks and Mentholatum. However, I think some other users might favor the less obtrusive Watkins fumes. As with wines, stereo speakers and many other commodities, choice of chest rubs is largely a matter of individual preference.