"Let me help you up," one survivor said to a wounded woman lying in the twisted rubble of the seaside hotel in Netanya, Israel. “How can you help me?” the woman told him. “I don’t have legs.” The crowd of 250 people had gathered for a Passover seder, the ritual meal that marks the start of the weeklong Jewish holiday.
There’s no question the mechanical heart pump will be very beneficial to people with heart problems (“The pump of life,” Cover, March 25). However, the long-term strategy should address clogged arteries through preventive medicine that is both effective and non-invasive.
The winners were feeling expansive at the 2001 Canadian Sport Awards last week in Toronto. After the CBC-televised event concluded, the female-athlete-of-the-year, speed skater Catriona Le May Doan, talked about an athlete’s responsibility to do good works in the community.By James Deacon4 min
Every night, women who work on the street face the fear that this shift may be their last. These women normally call themselves “working girls” or “working women,” and regard themselves as doing a job like anyone else—the difference is only in the product for sale.By ELIZABETH HUDSON4 min
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