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Nasal Wash,Sinus Rinse Kit,500 ml Adjustable Hydro Nasal Wash Cleaner, Sinus Irrigation System with 30 Packets Nose Wash Salt for Adult Kids Allergies & Sinus

Do you have thick snot in your nasal cavity that makes you difficult to breathe?
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SPECIFICATION:
Material: ABS
Capacity: 500ml
Standard 2 nasal wash nozzles, one is for an adult, the other is for a kid.
Others: 30 packs Nasal wash salt

HOW TO USE:
1. Put in a nasal rinse mix.
2. Pour into warm water(about 37°C) according you needed.
3. Close cap and shake(Be sure to select the child nasal wash nozzle for children. Children cannot use adult nozzle)
4. Start nasal wash. Breathe through your mouth.(Blow your nose gently, without pinching your nose completely because it will apply pressure on the eardrums.)

SCOPE OF APPLICATION:
Apply to nasal washing, Hay fever, occupational inhalation of dust, pollen, house dust, nasal allergies and sinus pressure, rhinitis, sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, nasal congestion, Chronic sinus disease, Nasal symptoms from Flu and common cold and so on.
Children and pregnant women, please respect the doctor’s orders.

WARNING:
Blow your nose gently, without pinching your nose completely because this will apply pressure on the eardrums.
Do not rinse if nasal passage is completely blocked or if you have an ear infection or blocked ears. Do not use hot or boiling water.

PACKAGE INCLUDED:
1 x Adult Sinus Rinse
1 x Children Sinus Rinse
1 x 500ml Bottle
30 x Nasal wash salt
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  • ☼【EASY TO USE】:Unique construction and the pressure valve button allow a desirable water flow, don’t need to press or squeeze the bottle.with the transparent material, it is easy to see the water level, easy for both adults and kids to use
  • ☼【PROFESSIONAL NASAL IRRIGATION】: It can use for sinusitis, rhinitis, Nasal Allergies, Dryness & Hay Fever, Post Nasal Drip & Nasal Congestion, Sinus Pressure & Nasal Stuffiness, Nasal Symptoms from Flu & Cold, Nasal Irritation from Occupational & House Dust, Fumes, Animal Dander, Grass, Pollen, Smoke, etc.Ideal for individual daily nasal care
  • ☼【ERGONOMIC DESIGN】: Capacity of 500ml,2 Spouts, one with a large hole and stronger flow for adults, one with 4 smaller holes with weaker flow for children.the ergonomic shape and the 60 degree angled nose piece, the nasal shower guarantees a user-friendly handling.
  • ☼【30x SALT SACHETS】:Germ-free and lump-free through individual packaging.Natural ingredient,Easily dissolbed,No crystal state, can protect the nasal mucosa.Individually package, clean and safe
  • ☼【WARM TIP AND WARRETY】:Nasal Wash Pot is designed based on human nasal internal physiological structure characteristic. For your healthy, experts suggest to clean the nasal cavity regularl,and please contact with us if any question.Unconditional refund
PRICE: 14.99
SAVE: 4.80
ASIN: B07PT8KZVV
DIMENSIONS: 19.6 x 12.2 x 7.6 cm

Nasal Wash,Sinus Rinse Kit,500 ml Adjustable Hydro Nasal Wash Cleaner, Sinus Irrigation System with 30 Packets Nose Wash Salt for Adult Kids Allergies & Sinus

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Ghost Recon: Breakpoint video game review – The Mercury

Tactical shooter fans have been enjoying a bumper crop of games coming out of this year’s E3 expo in Los Angeles, many involving the ballistic application of projectiles to assorted digital enemies with lethal effect.

One of those games was the latest instalment in the popular Tom Clancy Ghost Recon series from Ubisoft, with Ghost Recon: Breakpoint — a squad-based third person tactical adventure set in a dynamic open world with a near-future setting.

Ubisoft provided a select group of journalists — including me — with a two-hour hands-on with the game, showcasing several missions within the game and a chance to see how some of the new gameplay mechanics worked.

media_cameraThere’s plenty of neat hardware to deploy in the new Ghost Recon game. Picture: Supplied

The basic gameplay was similar to the previous game, but being a PC gamer I found the Xbox controls in the demo a bit hard to get used to, meaning I sometimes faltered because I’d just used a special item I was saving or accidentally switched to something I didn’t need to.

After a bit of playing around (and falling off a hydro-electric dam), however, I got things under control and was ready to join my colleagues in the field.

The first mission was to rescue a scientist being held in a research facility, which allowed our four-journo squad to recon the area with drones to find the enemy.

During the process our squad was spotted by the enemies and a firefight ensued, giving a chance to showcase our different specialities, with the sharpshooter picking off snipers on the roof while those of us with close-range capability were able to take out opponents from cover, especially after discovering head shots were an instant kill.

After a protracted firefight we emerged victorious — only to discover there was more work to do, with strategic resources that needed to be blown up and additional bad guys fought before we eventually rescued the scientist, escorting her to a nearby helicopter and making our escape with bullets whizzing past the fuselage.

In addition, between missions we had the chance to visit a bivouac camp, where we could replenish our ammunition, change weapon loadouts, and pick a temporary boost — eg, more damage resistance or better accuracy for a limited period of time.

media_cameraYou are fighting against rogue US Special forces, who have the skills and training to be a serious challenge.

The demo, which lasted two hours, provided a really good look at the game and I enjoyed what I played a great deal. Everything I liked in Ghost Recon: Wildlands was there, with some interesting tweaks and enhancements.

Because we were playing with a full squad of humans, I didn’t get a chance to see what the friendly AI was like, but the developers say it has been upgraded from the previous game.

The enemy AI seemed quite good, noticing things like drones flying above them (a notorious blind spot for baddies in many games) and investigating noises, flanking, and providing covering fire.

It’ll be interesting to see what it’s like in the full game, especially at higher levels.

media_cameraYou can return to your bivouac to rest, recuperate and plan your next move.

You’re not the only ones with drones, either — they’re a key part of the Wolf forces and were a serious threat, able to detect our team even in foliage.

One character class has a special ability that allows them to be invisible to drones for a short time, and other characters can basically cover themselves in mud while hiding to reduce their thermal signature even further.

One addition to the combat that I really liked was the idea of serious injuries that would require bandaging before they could heal.

This created some interesting tactical choices too, like whether to find the nearest rock to hide behind and hope not to get shot while doing first aid, or make a tactical withdrawal to a safer area, tend to your injuries, use a healing syringe then return to the fight in a much better and more effective shape.

Vehicle handling had been adjusted as well — the vehicles in Wildlands were famously off-road capable, even when that seemed wildly implausible.

The terrain in Breakpoint is much more of an obstacle; losing your footing and sliding down a steep embankment can cause injury and put you at a real tactical disadvantage if you encounter a patrol.

The various biomes of Auroa are well done too — most of what we saw was jungle and grassland, but there also appeared to be snowy areas and rocky desert-like places on the island too.

media_cameraHeavily armoured mobile drones require teamwork and co-operation to bring down effectively.

One of the new additions to the game are Behemoths, basically heavily armoured tank drones.

In addition to being extremely dangerous and damaging, their armour needs to be stripped away to expose weak points, which required some teamwork from our squad to pull off but was very satisfying when it came together.

As a fan of Wildlands, I’m looking forward to Breakpoint and will be very interested to see how the new dynamic — being the hunted rather than the hunter — plays out in the full game when it releases on October 4.

The author attended E3 as a guest of Ubisoft

Are you looking forward to Ghost Recon: Breakpoint? Continue the conversation on Twitter @RoyceWilsonAU

Originally published as Game worth waiting for[1]

References

  1. ^ Game worth waiting for (www.news.com.au)

This Rotten Week: Predicting Toy Story 4, Anna, Wild Rose, And Child’s Play Reviews – Cinema Blend

We’ve got a week packed with movies this time around, and it’s a selection that should offer something for everybody. The big news is the return of Woody, Buzz and friends, ut there ars also assassins, country singers, and killer dolls. Get ready for Toy Story 4, Anna, Wild Rose, and Child’s Play.[1][2][3][4]

Just remember, I’m not reviewing these movies, but rather predicting where they’ll end up on the Tomatometer[5]. Let’s take a look at This Rotten Week has to offer.

Rotten Watch Prediction

After a perfect run of 100% Tomatometer scores for Toy Story and Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3 had a disappointing dip when it only hit 98%. But I don’t see that happening for Toy Story 4. These movies are as perfect as flicks get (animated or otherwise), and not only do I bet that all critics will ultimately feel this way, thus far the postings on Rotten Tomatoes are proving me correct.

After a nine year gap, we get the fourth installment in the Toy Story franchise, and it is currently sitting at 100% with nearly 100 reviews counted. From the trailer it looks like Toy Story 4 is using a formula similar to previous installments (a compliment), and from it alone I looked up and said to Mrs. Rotten Week, “I’m not crying, you’re crying.” The Pixar team looks like they’ve done it again with a story about love and loss, coming to grips with who you are (toy or otherwise) and what it means to truly live for others. It looks beautiful and, again, has a real shot to finish with a perfect score.

This Rotten Week: Predicting Toy Story 4, Anna, Wild Rose, And Child’s Play Reviews - Cinema Blend

Rotten Watch Prediction

You might say director Luc Besson has a thing for making movies about assassins – and also sometimes assassins who are also gorgeous women. His career kicked off thanks to La Femme Nikita (88%), and he’s since followed that up with The Professional (72%), scripts for the Transporter and Taken franchises, and, more recently, Lucy (67%). So yeah, the dude likes to come out guns blazing – and we are about to see him do what he does again with the release of Anna.

This “new” eponymous character is a Russian agent/contract killer who appears to spend most of this film breaking necks and cashing checks. It looks like an over-the-top romp with a massive death toll and enough of a story to piece the thing together. While it might be entertaining, however, I don’t see it doing much to try and go above-and-beyond in the story department, and critics tend to dislike that kind of thing.

This Rotten Week: Predicting Toy Story 4, Anna, Wild Rose, And Child’s Play Reviews - Cinema Blend

Rotten Watch Prediction

“An ex-con Scottish woman wants to become a country music star” sounds like the premise of a faltering comedy movie. But that isn’t the case with Wild Rose, a musical drama that is already crushing it with critics – praising it for both its humor and jagged story about fulfilling your dreams while coming to grips with your demons.

While the story and script seem to fire on all cylinders, critics are also lauding the performance of relative newcomer Jessie Buckley in the lead role. She’s playing a woman fresh off a jail stint, with two kids being raised by grandma, working a dead end job and struggling with the pull to become a famous singer. It looks both funny and painful at the same time. It’s already sitting at 89%with 64 reviews posted, and I doubt it drops much over the course of the week.

This Rotten Week: Predicting Toy Story 4, Anna, Wild Rose, And Child’s Play Reviews - Cinema Blend

Rotten Watch Prediction

What is old being new again is something of a theme this week, with Chucky also making his return to the big screen. It’s been a few years since we’ve seen the little guy action and this marks 21 years since the original Child’s Play hit the big screen. This is a brand new version of the classic horror franchise, however, as Chucky is now brought into the modern world as a cloud-connected doll that is marketed as being able to control devices in the smart home. It’s not enough you’ve purchased a homicidal doll that will butcher anything in sight; now the little fucker has full network access.

This new version of Child’s Play looks like your standard horror fare, with a bunch of innocents slow to come around to the evil that’s terrorizing the town around them. Each of them pay the price for their horror naivety until we probably get some kind of final battle between kid and doll. It appears entertaining if not all that original, and I don’t ex[ect many professional reviewers will respond to it well.

It was merely an okay week for the Rotten Watch last time around, with both predictions missing the mark, but one coming darn close to a win. I should have been a bit more bearish on Men in Black International[6] (Predicted: 51% Actual: 24%) considering the trailer really didn’t look all that promising. But a new cast and some decent visual effects ended up swaying me more toward the middle rather than in the basement. It finished closer to the latter, with critics panning the script and its inability to add to the movie’s potentially expansive universe.

Shaft[7] (Predicted: 24% Actual: 35%) was a near-miss, and with one more negative review it could end up falling within 10% and be called a win. It was very easy to see that critics would give this mostly thumbs down. The trailer gave the suggestion of hamfisted writing bent on one-liners and an out-of-touch narrative, and that ended up being the case.

Next time we’ve got Yesterday[8] and Annabelle Comes Home[9]. It’s gonna be a Rotten Week!

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References

  1. ^ Toy Story 4 (www.cinemablend.com)
  2. ^ Anna (www.cinemablend.com)
  3. ^ Wild Rose (www.cinemablend.com)
  4. ^ Child’s Play (www.cinemablend.com)
  5. ^ Tomatometer (www.rottentomatoes.com)
  6. ^ Men in Black International (www.cinemablend.com)
  7. ^ Shaft (www.cinemablend.com)
  8. ^ Yesterday (www.cinemablend.com)
  9. ^ Annabelle Comes Home (www.cinemablend.com)