kyneurosurgery.com Review:KNI Neurosurgery - Neurosurgery Residency Training Program at the University of Kentucky. Cerebrovascular, Spine, Regional & Lower Back Pain, Chronic Pain, Brain Tumor, Pituitary Tumor, Gamma Knife Radiosurgery, Research
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I've been a vegetarian for 28 years now (since I was 7 years old). I bought some daiya "cheese" after hearing the rave reviews online about it. I think I might be a "supertaster" and I am a very picky eater and have Asperger's syndrome. Anyways this stuff tastes excactly the same as if I were to chew on a plastic grocery bag after sprinkling salt on it. It does melt, but after I put it in a couple burritos and other recipes that I like, the texture is gross, and it kept sticking to my teeth after every bite. I had to move my tongue around and try to get it off my teeth after every bite or use my fingers, Disgusting. I guess it is edible though, not melted, but it is pretty nasty, it tastes nothing like real cheese. On the plus side a couple of my cats like it, so they will finish it off for me.
I followed the directions reviewers gave here to use the stuff liberally then cover with plastic, wait several days etc. Barely budged the urine but I refused to repeat since the smell of the product itself is worse. It is sickly sweet, smells like the vet and you can't get rid of it. Now you have the smell of perfume over the urine. Its been two weeks now, I have all the windows open in the room all day in the dead of winter and I can still smell the stuff. I would advise using a small bit of it in a room to see if you are OK with the smell before you spill a gallon of it on your carpets.
Parts of this kit are nice...the pole, brush, net and long hose have been quite handy. As for the vacuum parts...they don't seem to work with our filter. We have the big, Intex 2,650 gallons sand filter which is supposed to be strong enough, but every time I try to use it the suction is almost nonexistent. I'm very careful to avoid getting air into the hose and everything but it still seems like the pump is laboring far to much for my taste.
I take this at night about an hour before I go to bed. I helps calm down my fibromyalgia and my stress level at the end of the day so I can sleep much better. I do a lot let tossing and turning.
It's a straightforward, basic review of the PCAT that will help you just as much as one of those $2,000 prep classes, if you have the discipline to give it at least a cursory pass over, let's say, a month. I'm a B/C student at a top-30 university, hardly considered myself a gifted student, and got a composite score of 96th percentile after going over the subject summaries and practice questions. I never actually bothered to commit any of the topics to memory, however, which explains why I had a decent recognition memory on most of the sections on the test (97th percentile on Biology and 88th on Chemistry), but got nailed on Quantitative Ability (67th) because I couldn't remember what the hell secant was... (Still haven't looked it up, is it 1 over cosine?).