Francis V. Adams, M.D. - Dr. Francis V. Adams believes that an informed patient is a healthier patient. He is a pulmonologist in private practice in New York City. Dr. Adams is also the author of The Asthma Sourcebook and The Breathing Disorders Sourcebook -- comprehensive guides for patients with lung disease and Healing Through Empathy. He is also a Police Surgeon with the NYPD and a frequent contributor to the LA Times.
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I've been using Kaspersky Internet Security software since 2011, and usually I love it. However, I find the 2015 version aggravating for several reasons. First, the Kaspersky box which pops up when you click on the icon looks much different from previous versions. The font is small and light colored so it's a bit hard to see for those with poor vision. The Quick Installation Guide is practically useless. It shows the old Kaspersky box. The instructions don't completely work when installing from a disc. Normally, after installation is complete a new box pops up in which you type the activation code. This is written in the Quick Installation Guide, which only works for previous versions. Using the 2015 software, this box doesn't appear. I had to go to the Kaspersky web site and search for "enter activation." From there I was able to enter the code.
While the TubShroom does catch a lot of hair I have a little problem with it staying in the drain if there is too much water present. I realize that drains are different sizes and it still works a lot better than the regular drain cover did.
I've been dealing with Trichotillomania (Compulsive hair pulling) for most of my life and when I found out about Caboki, I figured it was too good to be true, but I decided to try a free sample from their website anyway (only $6 S&H) and I must say that the changes were DRASTIC. It was amazing. I mean, it was a total breakthrough in my confidence. When I came in to work the other day, my co-workers were complimenting on my hair and how good it looks. (little did they know ;) ) I had to go in the break room and hold back tears when I heard that.