www.mshs.org Review:Mid-South Health Systems - Mid-South Health Systems is a Comprehensive Private, Non-Profit Community Mental Health Center. Mid-South provides a full range of psychiatric and educational services to residents in the thirteen county catchment area of Clay, Greene, Craighead, Crittenden, Cross, Lawrence, Lee, Mississippi, Monroe, Phillips, Poinsett, Randolph and St. Francis counties with over 600 employees.
Country: 126.96.36.199, North America, US
City: -84.636 Michigan, United States
The GPS works very well, just make sure you have a clear view skyward. Interface with the software is decent also. Biggest problem is maps seem to be 2 - 3 years out of date.
I stumbled upon this book as I was looking for alternatives to the anti-acid medication I was taking (Ranitidine)that was giving me such bad gas that I was doubled over in pain. This journey started over year ago when I began having an unexplained chronic cough. My doctor naturally thought it was allergies and the post nasal drip was causing the cough. I never really had allergies before but I trusted that the doctor knew what he was doing. I took the allergy medication for two months with no improvement. I tried acupuncture, eliminating dairy, wheat and gluten to no avail.
Product actually arrived ahead of schedule. Works great and is exactly like it was represented in the ads. A lot more of an exercise than expected. Very glad to have made the purchase. Highly recommend the exerciser to anyone looking to get back in shape in a low impact sort of way.
Bought this for my 4 year old for Christmas. She's obsessed with Paw Patrol. She's had s great time putting this puzzle together.
In general, I'm very happy with this purchase. HD picture quality is great and UHD content is simply amazing. However, there is one glaring deficiency, and it is particularly galling because it involves Amazon's own video app: When watching high def movies using the Amazon video app on this Samsung smart tv, if the movie is supposed to be letter boxed, it is instead stretched vertically to fill the screen, causing people to look unnaturally tall and skinny, Round objects look like eggs, etc. It does not do this with the Netflix app, nor does it do via the Xfinity X1 STB. It is only a problem on content via the Amazon video app. I did a little research online and it appears this is not a new issue and has been an issue for well over a year, yet Amazon has not fixed it. I've seen it argued that it is Samsung's problem, because other brand smart tv's don't have the problem. But again, the problem only happens with Amazon video, so I guess I don't care for the finger pointing between these two companies, instead of taking care of their customers and fixing the damn problem. So, in summary, if you don't care about Amazon video, this is a great smart tv. If you do care, think twice about purchasing this model from Amazon or anyone else.
I've been a Turbo Tax user for some years. It served me well, but I thought I would try the competition. After all, H&R Block is a big name, and it costs less. Early on, the program told me that my adult live-at-home son wouldn't qualify as a dependent. Huh? I checked my entries, new earnings threshold and could find no reason. I re-entered the data. Same thing. So I looked it up on the IRS website (which can be very helpful and is easy to use). IRS says he is dependent. What to do? Maybe an email to H&R Block. Oh, that will be $20. Maybe an online chat? Oh, that will be $20. Later, I updated the software (I had done this before). The problem went away. I now feel uncomfortable using it, and feel like H&R Block will try to nickle-dime me to make up for the lower purchase price? I'm not a happy camper.
I used it accoriding to instructions but i did not feel any change. I have tried another liver cleanser in past and saw better results.