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Indo Gulf Hospital | Multispecialty Hospital | Superior Quality Healthcare Services - Indo Gulf Hospital, under the aegis of Indo Gulf Hospital and Research Centre (P) Ltd., was started in the year 2003. Indo Gulf Hospital, a state-of-the-art-multispecialty hospital at par with the international standards.

Country:, Asia, SG

City: 103.8565 Central Singapore Community Development Council, Singapore

  • Frequent Amazon Customer - Caused hives and allergic rash

    We were given this to use at the hospital when our baby was there getting IV fluids for dehydration after a bout of stomach virus. He has very sensitive skin, prone to eczema, but he has used Desitin and Aveeno diaper rash cream frequently, and Burts Bees diaper rash cream occasionally, and with no problem from any of those. However, after 1 use of Balmex, he had a bright red rash and thick hives on his bottom only in the exact place where the Balmex was used. There was a clear line where the rash and hives stopped, based on where the Balmex was applied vs not applied. Just what a hospitalized baby did not need to add to his day.

  • Ci YVR - So far, I'm impressed!

    Setup out of the box was a cinch; plugged into an HDMI port on our TV (also includes an HDMI dongle if you have space limitations).

  • Chuck & Karen - Best Ever no lie

    I have tried Big Oven, and DVO. Living Cookbook outshines them all. I got it because of the nutritional aspect. It is excellent. and YOu can add your own favorite ones too. It is easy to use, if you know anything about computers and how to do a search in case you do not understand something. I wanted something that I could make changes too if I wanted to, or just keep it the way it is. This is the best program. I am still trying to figure out how to e-mail a simple recipe. It seems when I e-mail it sends way too much info or something. But I will get it down, I am sure.

  • MsWils - Duped

    I am never reading 5 star comments again. People are obviously paid to give glowing reviews of things. The Ninja is great if you like to chew through your smoothies. Neither the big pitcher nor the single serve cups blend anything completely. So much for the ridiculously sharp blades. Now I know that's not what it takes for a blender to work, so I'm not going to risk losing a hand with this thing anymore. Other people have commented about how everything sticks to the sides of the big pitcher instead of returning to the bottom. What a mess. Fortunately I purchased this at Sam's Club so I'm really looking forward to getting my money back.

  • CT Snow - I only had 1 recipe that I tried that I didn't like - and it was reader-submitted

    I used to be a faithful subscriber for many years, but stopped a couple of years ago as I was doing less cooking and am now a vegetarian.