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ACHI | Arkansas Center for Health Improvement - ACHI strives to improve health through evidence-based policy research, program development and public issue advocacy. ACHI stimulates, supports and complements the work of other Arkansas organizations and serves as a resource for improving the health of Arkansans.

Country:, North America, US

City: -92.3205 Arkansas, United States

  • Retired Math Person - Good Deal

    Delightful anthology. A very eclectic collection Easy to pick up for short or extended reads when I want a break from longer works.

  • Russell M Sasser - One of the better end of world films

    There is more action than most end of world flicks. The acting and story are both good. In retrospect, I realize they relied on coincidence a good deal but I did not notice it watching the movie. I recommend this for anyone who is into disaster flicks.

  • Amanda - I have loved all of the Just Dance games

    I have loved all of the Just Dance games. I have to say this is the worst. The songs may be great but the dance moves are nearly impossible to follow and the background graphics are extremely dizzying. Not to mention the camera zooms in and out and goes side to side which makes it that much harder to follow the dancer moves. I have looked forward to each Just Dance released and this one is hands down the most disappointing. Who cares about fancy graphics? Let's go back to the basics and enjoy the game for what it was made for... to JUST DANCE!

  • Amazon Customer - DO NOT customer service.

    Please do not purchase this product. My son's LeapPad Ultra will not turn on. I called "customer service" to troubleshoot and was told that the product was out of warranty but that I could receive a 25% discount on a new LeapFrog product. Really? No attempt whatsoever to solve the problem. I asked again if I could get some assistance with fixing the problem with my LeapPad. The representative put me on hold, returned to the line after a couple minutes and told me that after discussion with his supervisor, he could now offer me a 50% discount on a new product. I just want to fix the product I have. I don't want to buy a new product. And if they can't fix the product, just tell me that it isn't fixable. This is severely disappointing given the fact that I have, on multiple occasions, purchased several overly expensive apps. And yet when I call with an issue, LeapFrog didn't even give me the option to try to fix or give me tips on troubleshooting.