www.britishkidney-pa.co.uk Review:

BKPA - British Kidney Patient Association - The British Kidney Patient Association - British Kidney Patient Association - kidney disease patients, young and old, know that they can turn to the BKPA for support, advice and, perhaps more importantly, financial help and a much needed break with their families.

Country:, Europe, GB

City: -2.25 Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

  • A. Harter - I love gummy vitamins whenever I find them for what I ...

    I have had a really hard time finding hair skin and nails vitamins that I can take. I have a very sensitive stomach when it comes to vitamins, and every other option for biotin has made me nauseous or just had a really funky after taste. Even at 31 years old, I love gummy vitamins whenever I find them for what I need, so I was ECSTATIC to find this as an option.

  • Justin Clouse - Great ball

    Good golf ball at a great prices definitely worth trying. I will be honest and say I got these golf balls because I thought they looked cool thinking it was going to be just another gimmick ball. But they are actually a really good ball I am shooting more accurate and they added at least 20 yards off the tee

  • William H. Jensen - Not like hard copy

    The e-version is not anything like the hard copy, nothing is were you think it should be. The only good news is you can search for things.

  • Amazon Customer - A strong collection

    This is a strong collection of essays, stories, poems and other pieces. The book is a little heavy on pieces about "big issues," probably because the pieces were chosen by young students who may be learning about these issues for the first time. For older readers, these essays may not be essential reading, though they are well written.

  • this game is easy - Stop the hunger

    I find this product is VERY good at suppressing my appetite. One of the hardest part of trying to lose weight. It is very effective and I would recommend to others for sure.

  • Junebug - Fun Paranormal Documentary

    If you are interested in anything paranormal, this is a cute/fun documentary with some amazing people being interviewed like Loyd Auerbach (who is the godfather of the paranormal, he's been on every ghost tv show since the 1970's) and Ross Allison who owns Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours and is President of the Advanced Ghost Hunters of Seattle Tacoma (AGHOST). It does get a little slow at times but has some great funny moments, and if you are a paranormal investigator, it's cool to see some of the places they visit.