River Ridge Dermatology - An independent dermatology practice with offices serving the New River Valley: Blacksburg, Narrows, and Roanoke, Virginia.
Country: 18.104.22.168, North America, US
City: -74.0052 New York, United States
I hope this works, with all the rain we have had this Spring and begining of Summer , lot of lift visitors have shown up.
About 2 weeks ago I was backing out of the garage, and my stock radio antenna caught the bottom frame of my garage door... applying enough force to pull the door down & strip the bracket retaining bolts from the carry arm -- my garage door literally got "pulled down" onto my jeep. Although I admit this is probably a rarity, it just happened to be the perfect storm of circumstances.
I have had asthma since I was 3 years old, and started getting acid reflux symptoms when I was about 15 or so (I'm 30 now). I got fed up with taking both advair and whatever heartburn med I was on at the time (most recently, prevacid). The meds worked, but I was worried about long term side effects, so I bought this book. He suggests increasing your stomach acid to reduce heartburn symptoms (counter intuitive, I know, but brilliant) and argues why turning off your acid production is a bad solution. He also talks about the link between gerd and childhood asthma. Anyway, one of the first recommendations he makes on how to treat yourself is bitters. I bought nature made swedish bitters, and it worked wonders. I never had to progress to his later recommendation of HCL. If the bitters work, then he seems to prefer that option.
This knife was unfortunately not made in the US. This is my first and biggest gripe, but it is a solid, well-built knife. The locking mechanism is simple to use one handed and securely held the knife during my numerous kayaking trips this past year. Overall, the knife is slightly shorter than I would prefer for a rescue/emergency knife. I have smaller hands, but the small handle still makes it hard to grip the knife.