Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper U.S. | Report Links High Rates of Gun Violence to Weak State Regulations Advertisement Supported by ByErica Goode April 2, 2013 Many states with the weakest gun laws have the worst rates of gun violence, ranking high on numerous indicators, like gun homicides and suicides, firearm deaths of children, and killings of law enforcement officers, according to a report to be issued Wednesday by the liberal Center for American Progress. Alaska ranked first in overall gun deaths, the report found, with 20.28 deaths per 100,000 people in 2010 — more than twice the national average — followed by Louisiana and Montana, all states that prior analyses have judged to have weak gun laws. Eight of the states with the highest levels of gun violence were among the 25 with the weakest gun laws, the report found. The … [Read more...] about Report Links High Rates of Gun Violence to Weak Laws
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Live Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Live | Why Do South Asians Have Such High Rates of Heart Disease? Supported by “We all have someone in our first-degree circle that has either died suddenly or had premature cardiovascular disease,” said one researcher. ByAnahad O’Connor Feb. 12, 2019 Mahendra Agrawal never imagined he would have a heart attack. He followed a vegetarian diet, exercised regularly and maintained a healthy weight. His blood pressure and cholesterol levels were normal. But when Mr. Agrawal experienced shortness of breath in June 2013, his wife urged him to go to a hospital. There, tests revealed that Mr. Agrawal, who was 63 at the time, had two obstructed coronary arteries choking off blood flow to his heart, requiring multiple stents to open them. “I’m a pretty active guy and I eat very healthy, my wife … [Read more...] about Why Do South Asians Have Such High Rates of Heart Disease?
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TCL, which is best known in Canada as the maker of the modern BlackBerry devices, is launching several of its television sets in Canada. The Chinese manufacturer is the world’s third most popular TV brand behind Samsung and LG with almost 11 percent share of the global market. The fact that the company’s TVs are now available in Canada is notable because they’re competitively priced and highly rated by Rtings. The website, based here in Canada, is considered an authority in TV reviews. TCL has brought three different TV models to Canada. Each one runs Roku’s smart TV operating system. The televisions are the high-end Series 6, the mid-tier Series 4 and the budget Series 3. Series 6 The Series 6 is the most feature-rich television TCL plans to sell in Canada. It includes a 4K display with supprt for both Dolby Vision and HDR 10, and is available in either a 55 or 65-inches. TCL is also boasting that the Series 6 has some of the best contrast levels on the market … [Read more...] about TCL is finally bringing its highly-rated Roku TVs to Canada
First things first: If you're interested in space, don't hesitate before seeing the new movie about Neil Armstrong's life, First Man. I'm passionate about space history, NASA, commercial space, and the whole enterprise of trying to push things and people off this planet and deeper into space. And I absolutely loved this movie. It opens Friday across the United States. Further ReadingThe Greatest Leap, part 1: How the Apollo fire propelled NASA to the MoonThis is a movie of two parts. The first storyline pertains to Armstrong and his family life, his relationship with his wife Janet, a daughter named Karen who died young, and his two boys, Rick and Mark. This part of the film is often a bit melancholy, as Armstrong struggles with Karen's death and how to communicate the risks of his profession with his family. The humanity of these scenes will appeal to some, but not others seeking a purely action movie. I found the scenes between Ryan Gosling, who does a fine job as Armstrong, and … [Read more...] about First Man is a first-rate movie about America’s most revered astronaut