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Published September, 2016
By None
Publisher: Austin & Macauley Publishers
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In the beginning, God created the Heavens and Earth, and God created men and women of all walks of life equal, regardless of biological, social or ethnic orientation. America is God's land, and the church is its foundation, the very centrepiece that holds this great nation together, its solid rock.

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Published February, 2016
By Jeannie Duckworth
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In Health and Heartbreak - Healthcare Before the NHS Jeannie Duckworth takes the reader into the harrowing world of early 20th century healthcare in the UK.

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Published February, 2016
By Jeannie Duckworth
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In Health and Heartbreak - Healthcare Before the NHS Jeannie Duckworth takes the reader into the harrowing world of early 20th century healthcare in the UK.

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Published December, 2015
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A cautionary tale from the woman who spent over a million pounds on surgical procedures... In this remarkable book entrepreneur, former model and occasional reality TV star Alicia Douvall tells the story of a life with more than its fair share of ups and downs.

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Published August, 2015
By Don W. Ebrahim
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A Brief Psychotherapy for Personality Disorder introduces Traumatic Separation Theory as a new approach to treatment. It combines traditional with contemporary behavioural, biological, cognitive, and humanist concepts.

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Published July, 2015
By Tony Robertson
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Why does the NHS include homeopathy in its prescribable drugs? Why are people allowed to go to malarial countries with the only protection advised by homeopaths being salt tablets? In this book Tony Robertson exposes the myth that is the efficacy of alternative medicine.

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Published July, 2015
By Tony Robertson
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Why does the NHS include homeopathy in its prescribable drugs? Why are people allowed to go to malarial countries with the only protection advised by homeopaths being salt tablets? In this book Tony Robertson exposes the myth that is the efficacy of alternative medicine.

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Published March, 2015
By Assaa'd Hanna
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For the sufferer of a mental disorder its impact is often life-changing. In Schizophrenia or Cyclothymia Part Two the reader is taken through Nabil's assessment as he tries to give a name to his condition.

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Published March, 2015
By John Riddington Young
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As a GP and consultant surgeon for forty years, the author has dedicated his life to medicine; as such he feels qualified to call it as he sees it, and what he sees exasperates him. Illustrating his points with examples both personal and well-known, he argues that there are too many managers in the NHS, and they're eroding its very foundations.

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Published March, 2015
By John Riddington Young
Publisher: Austin & Macauley Publishers
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As a GP and consultant surgeon for forty years, the author has dedicated his life to medicine; as such he feels qualified to call it as he sees it, and what he sees exasperates him. Illustrating his points with examples both personal and well-known, he argues that there are too many managers in the NHS, and they're eroding its very foundations.

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