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How To Heal Hemorrhoid Pain Permanently

Author : J. M. Swartz
ISBN : 9780359832651
Genre : Health & Fitness
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DID YOU KNOW: - That your hemorrhoid symptoms may be symptoms of something far worse, like colon cancer, rectal cancer, or inflammatory bowel disease? - That there are five major causes of hemorrhoid pain? - That you may be able to restore the health of your rectum and colon and overcome hemorrhoid pain forever! IMAGINE IF YOU KNEW HOW TO: - Prevent serious bowel disease! - Remove ALL five causes of hemorrhoid pain! - Overcome hemorrhoid problems permanently! YOU DON'T HAVE TO IMAGINE IT! This fascinating book shares the secrets to permanently overcoming hemorrhoid pain. AFTER READING THIS BOOK YOU WILL BE ABLE TO: - Treat the symptoms of problem hemorrhoids. - Understand how your doctor diagnoses and treats different types of hemorrhoids. - Prevent colorectal cancer. - Follow an action plan to address all five causes of hemorrhoid pain! - Improve the health of your rectum and colon, as well as reaping the rewards of better overall health!
Category: Health & Fitness

Napoleon Immortal

Author : James Kemble
ISBN : UCR:31210003819644
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Who Killed Napoleon

Author : Sten Forshufvud
ISBN : STANFORD:36105041363412
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Author : Andrew Roberts
ISBN : 9780698176287
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The definitive biography of the great soldier-statesman by the New York Times bestselling author of The Storm of War—winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Biography and the Grand Prix of the Fondation Napoleon Austerlitz, Borodino, Waterloo: his battles are among the greatest in history, but Napoleon Bonaparte was far more than a military genius and astute leader of men. Like George Washington and his own hero Julius Caesar, he was one of the greatest soldier-statesmen of all times. Andrew Roberts’s Napoleon is the first one-volume biography to take advantage of the recent publication of Napoleon’s thirty-three thousand letters, which radically transform our understanding of his character and motivation. At last we see him as he was: protean multitasker, decisive, surprisingly willing to forgive his enemies and his errant wife Josephine. Like Churchill, he understood the strategic importance of telling his own story, and his memoirs, dictated from exile on St. Helena, became the single bestselling book of the nineteenth century. An award-winning historian, Roberts traveled to fifty-three of Napoleon’s sixty battle sites, discovered crucial new documents in archives, and even made the long trip by boat to St. Helena. He is as acute in his understanding of politics as he is of military history. Here at last is a biography worthy of its subject: magisterial, insightful, beautifully written, by one of our foremost historians.
Category: Biography & Autobiography


Author : Richard Cohen
ISBN : 9781848820913
Genre : Medical
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There is an increase in specialisation within general surgery and now even within its sub specialties. Colorectal surgery is probably the largest of the subspecialties of general surgery, and one of the areas where trainees and consultant general /colorectal surgeons are least confident is in their understanding of the anatomy, physiological pathology and management of the anal canal and pelvis. Currently available there are books on the market centred around the general management of colorectal disease, but the time is now right for a definitive text on the anal canal and pelvis specifically.
Category: Medical

Anorectal Surgery

Author : Jerome J. DeCosse
ISBN : UOM:39015017710099
Genre : Medical
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Diet Related To Killer Diseases

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs
ISBN : UOM:39015078681338
Genre : Nutritionally induced diseases
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Category: Nutritionally induced diseases

The Lancet

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ISBN : IOWA:31858021446152
Genre : Medicine
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Author : William Seymour
ISBN : UOM:39015008783717
Genre : Seymour, William
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Napoleon And Russia

Author : Michael Adams
ISBN : UOM:39015067679426
Genre : History
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This is a totally exhaustive book on Napoleon and Russia, which will raise the bar for any other authors that want to write in this field.
Category: History


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ISBN : NWU:35556018414649
Genre : English wit and humor
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Author : Munro Price
ISBN : 9780199380695
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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On April 20, 1814, after a dizzying series of battles, campaigns, and diplomatic intrigues, a defeated Napoleon Bonaparte made his farewell speech to the Old Guard in the courtyard of the Chateau de Fontainebleau and set off for exile on the island of Elba. Napoleonic legend asserts that the Emperor was brought down by foreign powers determined to destroy him and discredit his achievements, with the aid of highly placed domestic traitors. Others argue that once Napoleon's military defeats began in 1812, his fall became inevitable. But in fact, as Munro Price shows in this brilliant new book, Napoleon's fall could have been avoided altogether. Exploring a critical and often neglected period of Napoleonic history between 1812 and 1814, Napoleon: The End of Glory offers a more complete picture of the Emperor's decline and fall than any previous work. Price analyzes the political, military, and diplomatic events of the period, from Napoleon's disastrous invasion of Russia in 1812 to the multiple failed attempts by Austria to broker peace. He illuminates the dynamic relationships between Napoleon and the wily Austrian foreign minister Metternich-whose desire for equilibrium within the European states system clashed with Napoleon's unshakeable belief in hegemony and subjection-and the charming and enigmatic Alexander I of Russia. And he explores the lasting impact of the bloody Terror of the French Revolution on Napoleon's decisions once he came to power. Rejecting the assumption that defeat was unavoidable, Price considers instead why Napoleon failed to explore a compromise peace that could have allowed him to keep his crown, arguing that the answer to this question has powerful implications for our understanding of the Napoleonic wars. Ultimately, Price provides a convincing portrait of the Emperor's decline, exposing his blindness, intransigence and miscalculations; his preference for war and his declining ability to wage it; and his nearly pathological fear of a dishonorable peace. A deeply researched study of the moment of a great man's fall, Napoleon: The End of Glory forces us to reconsider Napoleon's character, motives, and the reasons for his spectacular failure.
Category: Biography & Autobiography