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I know what others have indicated Abreva does not work for them but as to me it is a life saver. At the first tingle I apply it to the spot (rubbing it in as instructed) and I can feel it take effect. There is no white residue on the application site since I rub it in until all absorbed. I continue to apply it five times a day (but I only get the feeling of it taking effect on the very first application). the important point here is that the application has to start when the very first tingle (or feeling) of the start of the cold sore. I have used this product and process for several years and it has never failed. I love it. I should add that it still takes a few days for the cold sore to go away but in the meantime there is very little pain.
I love this bag! Comfortable to sling over your shoulder -- big enough for a 13" MacBook Pro. Not big enough for the 15", in case you wondered. Has plenty of pockets for random crap that you have to carry daily, and a main pocket besides the laptop area. I've crammed tons of swag from conferences in this thing, my Macbook, iPad mini, and notebooks and pens. Carried all of it-- swag included 2 tee shirts. Sexy looking colors too. Just an amazing bag. I love the big adjustment buckle that allows you to widen the webbing to get it off your head. Awesome.
just got this to replace outdated, discontinued Microsoft Streets and Trips which I use daily for work. 1st it's way more cumbersome for route planning than S&T, but I could get used to that if it worked well. Unfortunately, I mostly bought it because I drive to new areas of the city and constantly need updated maps. the maps in this brand new 2015 version are older than those in my "outdated" 2013 S&T. this was a complete waste of money. I emailed DeLorme, they said 'sorry'.
We've had these pans for a while now, and really I'm as impressed now as I was when we first opened the set. It's a good set with a wide range of sizes and plenty of lids to go around. The non stick holds up really well, though we also make an effort to clean these immediately and we don't put them in the dishwasher. However, that's really not a problem as even handwashing they clean well with a few suds and a little elbow grease. The only issue would be that the handles come loose over time and I've had to add a screwdriver to my kitchen tools so I can tighten things back up every couple of weeks.