Tmaa.tulane.edu Review:

Tulane Medical Alumni Association :: New Orleans, Louisiana - The mission of the Tulane Medical Alumni Association is to promote the interest, welfare and advancement of the Tulane University School of Medicine, to advance the cause of medical education, and to maintain mutually beneficial relationships among our medical alumni, students and leadership.

Country: North America, US, United States

City: 70118 New Orleans, Louisiana

  • AZBikr - Exit Now Review

    We would not travel without this book in our RV. While most of the information in this book is now available on GPS and Smartphones, it is not laid out for you in a good useable format as it is here. The information is sorted by Interstate number and mile marker and tells you exactly what is there; food, fuel, lodging, groceries, shopping, repair services,emergency services; you name it. It tells you which exit to take, which direction to go off the exit, which services are RV friendly, and even which ones are pet friendly. Even when we are not travelling in our RV, it saves a lot of hunting and guessing trying to find accomodations and other services that will accomodate us and our dog.

    We usually know about how far we want to travel between breaks and overall for a day. The book allows us to look ahead, say 150 miles or so, and pick an exit that has the services we like to use or to find something new to check out that looks interesting. When it comes to finding a place to stay for the night, it has all of the options listed; not just the ones willing to spend the most money on advertising (usually the most expensive) like you find on the internet.

    5 stars is not enough. Use this thing on one trip and you'll be hooked.

  • Uncle Bob - Essential knowledge for sufferers of bowel disease

    Two months of no response to serious medications for ulcerative colitis and after two weeks of adhering to the diet outlined in this book my health improved dramatically.

  • blair321 "blair" - They work like a charm for me

    I bought one of these pots, having never heard of this before. I got it at Grocery Outlet for 19.99. I bought the big pot first, and loved it.
    So I went back and bought a fry pan for 14.99. I did not season it because I thought these were just normal cheap pans and I did not pay any attention to the written directions. I do cook with tiny amounts of butter and oil about half the time, so I just cooked like I normally do and I was shocked how well it worked. I cook lots of grilled cheese sandwiches, fried eggs, and sauteed veggies and nothing burnt or stuck. I could just wipe out the pan after. I have an electric grill top and I cooked on high, once again because I did not read the directions and it has worked fine. Now I cook a bit lower since it seems to work just as well on a lower heat. I love how these pans cook. I went back and bought extras for when these wear out, because I thought they were close out pans from a company I had never heard of. I had no idea until the cashier told me they are a "made for TV" product that they are online and on TV.
    I am really hard on pans. I use metal cooking wear, I use them in the dishwasher and I don't care. I use pans until the food starts sticking and then I throw them away. They don't look great, but I don't care. They usually still last me years.
    I am surprised and impressed with these pans.
    I just wipe them clean and I am trying to be a bit more gentle then usual, since they are so great and easy to clean and use. I have cooked all kinds of sticky foods like mushrooms and onions and even fried cheese with my fry pan and nothing has stuck at all or burned. It is pretty amazing to me. I have a supposed "quality, expensive" fry pan that burns everything unless you cook at low heat. It burns and smokes my butter almost every time and it way too hot. That is not happening at all with these pans.
    I am confused how half of us seem to have a wonderful time with them, and then other people say everything sticks to them.
    I cannot image how that is happening.I bought a full set of Calphalon Cookware for 600.00 when I first got married and they sucked so bad. Everything stuck to them, I hated them. That is when I started buying cheap to mid range pots and pans. These are the best non stick pans I have ever owned. I hope you get a good one if you buy it. I can only think maybe some batches are not right or something because I have 5 pans and they are all working amazingly.

  • Gary X - So far so good

    I moved to Norton from McAfee, having been fed up with crashes and poor performance with that product. So far Norton has been working great - the UI at the very least is very fast and responsive, unlike McAfee.

    One funny thing about the product version - you end up getting the exact same thing whether you purchase NIS 2013 (priced at $25 as of Oct '13) or NIS 2014 (at full price $79). After installing NIS 2013, log on to Norton web site and check for product update, and you'll be ask to re-install with the latest version. Basically the product purchase entitles you to a 1-year subscription to the latest stuff, whichever version you start out with. I certainly hope you read this review before buying the 2014 version.

    Another tip - run the Amazon downloaded binary install only on the first PC. Register the product after the installation. On your 2nd and 3rd PC, log on to Norton website and install there so you start off with the most up-to-date binary.

  • J. West - Great Product/Upgrade from previous Roku.

    Great. I got this to replace a previous Roku model. I really love the headphone feature on this. Now, I can watch loud movies and TV without worrying about waking the wife or kid.

    This thing really delivers. The interface is easy to use and looks great. I use it for Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime, and Plex. Great product if you're looking at cutting the cable cord.