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- Ann D. Studer - Great TV for the price!Great picture and color, and super-easy to set up the smart-tv features even for someone not electronically gifted. As other reviewers noted, the sound is lacking--it improved greatly when I adjusted the settings on the tv, but I still chose to get a sound bar to go with the tv so I could get closer to a theater experience with movies.
- J. Chung - The only book of its kind!I used this book when I volunteered at hospitals in Kenya and Papua New Guinea. While it is not a medical textbook, it is indispensable for the village healer. I don't understand the reviewers who gave this book one star just because they misunderstood the purpose of the book. The cover clearly states "Village" handbook. If you are looking for a family first aid book, this obviously won't do the job. If you are looking for a medical book to help you treat third-world villagers, there is no better book. At the hospital I worked at, there was a library of many health care books made for the third world, but there was nothing that compared to this book. The other books were more like watered down medical textbooks, trying to explain modern medicine for the under-educated. This book is full of common sense treatments that can be used by anyone, such as how to make your own oral rehydration fluid for dehydrated children (homemade Pedialyte for a fraction of the cost), how to tell the difference between marasmus and kwashiorkor, how to diagnose the different types of malaria, etc. I'm a doctor, and I still find information in this book that I can't find in the big text books. For the Third World, this book will always remain important and relevant.
- Dana A - Nice informative read!I found this book essential while planning for our daughter's arrival.. I am well capable of doing my own research online, however; it is really nice to have all the information you need laid out for you in such a reader-friendly attractive fashion. Plus, the author included links to further resources, which I really appreciate.
The book is not preachy, rather friendly and realistic with lots of practical tips.
Some people might have an issue with the mention of The Honest Co. in the book. However, the company is part of the story to a degree, and I don't see any reason why she shouldn't talk about it. Alba definitely does not push her choices on the reader. She gives the information, and it's up to you to decide and define your version of an "honest life".