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Northwest Center for Optimal Health - The Northwest Center for Optimal Health, is a holistic medical center in Edmonds Washington, staffed by physicians and other health care providers, specializing in natural medicine and education.

Country:, North America, US

City: -95.3628 Texas, United States

  • Rob Harmon - Best Bang For The Buck

    I shopped around and found this to be an affordable option to my need. Easy to install. The best part is that I ordered it and the first one came in damaged but inside an undamaged package. My thoughts were, "oh boy, here we go. How are we going to get this thing replaced and what is it going to coast me." Walked in the house, got on line with Amazon and BAM! Right there on the site was exactly what I needed to explain the problem, how to have the damaged unit picked up and how to get my new cover. The next day UPS picked up the first one and within a few days I had a new cover. Amazing! These guys have their act together.

  • steven mendez - Other than that these are great tailights!

    So after 1 year of owning these i realized i never got the "smoked" edition. I got black/gold edition. Which dont really mine just wished i wouldve gotten wat was listed. Just make sure the tint is as dark as the picture because mine were a lot lighter. Other than that these are great tailights!

  • MistyDawn - Great book

    I voluntarily received this book to review. This was a great book. I really enjoyed the characters and all the action. It's a great read.

  • Raymond J. Richard - Should have stayed with 2012

    Don't like the interface and some of the changes. Spell check used to be above invoice form not there anymore. Only changed from 2012 because some of the sales tax calculatons were incorrect.

  • L.Reyes - The Bible for USMLE Step 1.

    The bible for STEP 1, many changes added compared to 2013 and 2014 versions. However, if you are going to take the test in 2016 I recommended to go for the lastest version avaliable. Do NOT use just this book + UWORLD for study if you don't have a good background, first do a good course like kaplan, annotate while studying and then go for it.

  • MuffinBran - Fantastic commuter bag

    This is my second Timbuk2 bag. I got the XS size first to just use it like a purse. I commute by bike to work about one day a week and the XS bag just wasn't big enough for a change of clothes and my lunch, etc. I debated getting a Large one but am so glad I went with Medium. It's huge! I'm only 5'1" so it looks a little ridiculous on me but I can ride my bike fine with it full of stuff. I think I will also use it as my luggage for trips occasionally. I got it in Silver/Lime-Aide/Lime-Aide color which is great for visibility on my bike (I don't trust the drivers in NM too much so I try to be as visible as possible). Timbuk2 bags are certainly expensive but worth it I think. They are quality bags and will last forever. I was also glad to find them on Amazon for much cheaper than the Timbuk2 website.

  • David Stodola - Great antenna for longer range UHF/VHF or moderate range in attic. Great quality as well.

    I live 25mi outside of Chicago and says I should get a max of 64 digital channels. I ordered a Lava Electronics HD-2605 UHF/VHF HDTV Antenna with Remote Control and mounted it in my attic. I was only able to get about 3 channels when pointed at the optimal angle with and without the LNA. This seemed just terrible to me even though it was in the attic and not not the roof so i pulled out the old bunny ears and got pretty much the same channels. I immediately returned the HD-2605 and ordered a Televes DAT790 LR Mix UHF/VHF Long Range Antenna (149881) which has half the claimed range of the HD-2605 but more believable specs. I assembled it and hooked it up to the exact same cable and setup in the attic and immediately got 59 channels (without the amplifier). I'll probably add the amp later when I hook up additional TVs but this is a MUCH better antenna. And the build quality was night and day as well. The Lava HD-2605 was cheap fragile plastic and many of the elements did not even touch via metal only plastic; they seem to be for show. The Televes DAT790 (149881) build is mostly metal and will hold up to the elements much better. It is much larger but not as big as the old antennas you see on roofs. All in all these cost the same and I felt ripped off by the HD-2605 even before i realized it only gave me ~3 channels. The DAT790 is better in every way and you can't argue with 20x more channels. Maybe the HD2605 would have been better but was DOA, but if that is the case they need better quantity control, i wasted a lot of time with it before switching to the DAT790.