Through the stifling society in which wealth and rank triumph over merit moves the impoverished tutor, Julien Sorel. Handsome, sensitive and proud, his shy manner belies a driving ambition to escape the provincial town of Verrieres and forge a way into the drawing-rooms of the Parisian nobility.
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meone you know has had a stroke, you need information. The American Heart Association Family Guide to Stroke will give you the facts you need to make the most informed health care choices. It will also give you the confidence and reassurance that there is a lot you can do to recover from this devastating event.
Most people think of stroke as a force of nature that hits without warning -- a real bolt from the blue. In fact, most strokes result from the accumulation of a lifetime's worth of daily habits, small insults that finally add up to a major, life-threatening event. The good news is that researchers have learned a great deal about the causes of stroke, and we now know that there's a lot we can do to change our lifestyles to prevent a first, or second, stroke.
The American Heart Association Family Guide to Stroke explains all these exciting new developments in treatment, recovery, and prevention. In clear, accessible language, it discusses the causes of stroke, those at r
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Book Description Everyman's Library, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110679405658
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