Twelve quarterbacks have a passer rating of 100 or higher

Twelve quarterbacks have a passer rating of 100 or higher (minimum 10 attempts) through the first week. That ties for the second-most in history after Week One, according to the NFL. Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson leads the league with a near-perfect rating of 152.1. He’s followed by Seattle’s Russell Wilson (143.1), Jacksonville’s Gardner Minshew (142.3), Green […]

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Systematic parental training helps the well-being of preschool children with ADHD

Research findings from Aarhus University and the Central Denmark Region’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Centre show that quality of life is poorer for preschool children with ADHD compared to children from the control population. But the children’s quality of life can be significantly improved using treatment without medication. Hyperactivity, difficulty concentrating, impulsive behavior and problems […]

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US plans big expansion of navy fleet to challenge growing Chinese sea power

The US secretary of defence, Mark Esper, has announced an ambitious plan to expand the US Navy with a range of unmanned and autonomous ships, submarines and aircraft to confront the growing maritime challenge from China. The Pentagon chief said a sweeping review of US naval power dubbed “Future Forward” had laid out a “game-changer” […]

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Jerry Jones sidesteps report that Dak Prescott would have done five-year deal with no tag on back end

The question of whether Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott would or wouldn’t have signed a long-term deal with specific terms included or omitted is irrelevant at this point. The July 15 deadline came and went without the two sides signing a new deal, which means they can’t do a long-term deal until after the 2020 regular […]

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Pollution exposure linked to stroke risk in people with common heart rhythm disorder

People with one of the most common heart disorders who are exposed to greater levels of pollution have a 1.2-fold higher risk of stroke than their peers who live with less pollution, according to a JAMA Network Open study published recently by researchers at the UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute and University of Pittsburgh School […]

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What to expect from Apple’s ‘Time Flies’ event: Apple Watch Series 6, a redesigned iPad Air, and more

Apple’s first big fall event is happening on Tuesday, September 15th, but it may be much different than previous September events. Let’s address the elephant in the room up front: it doesn’t seem like there will be new iPhones. Typically, Apple’s September events mark the arrival of Apple’s latest and greatest smartphones, but you shouldn’t […]

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British Columbia pioneers programme to offer safer alternatives to street drugs

In a North American first, Canada’s westernmost province has announced plans to provide more legal alternatives to street drugs like fentanyl for people at risk of an overdose, and will allow nurses to start prescribing them. The new policies, announced on Wednesday, are aimed at providing greater access to pharmaceutical drugs like hydromorphone amid the […]

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