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黑龙江省哈尔滨市中医院客服女人——将节食进行到底!Average women spend 31 years on dietingFor many women struggling to keep slim, dieting can seem to last a lifetime.For many women struggling to keep slim, dieting can seem to last a lifetime.Or to be more precise, 31 years.For researchers have found that is how long the average woman spends on a diet over the course of her life.According to a new report, British women spend an average of six months a year counting the calories and more than a fifth are on a permanent diet throughout their lifetime in a seemingly never-ending quest for the perfect figure.But they aren't the only ones waging a constant fight against the flab.The average adult male spends 28 years slimming, the poll has revealed.It found that over a tenth of the UK population is currently dieting in a bid to shed the pounds after feasting on festive treats over the Christmas period.But despite best intentions, three quarters of those who began their New Year with the firm resolution to lose weight give up by the end of the week.The average diet lasts 5.5 weeks, with the post-Christmas fast being even shorter at just three weeks.Half of slimmersthrow in the toweldue to lack of willpower, while a quarter of respondents said that they give up because their strict diet regime leaves them moody or depressed.The most determined of dieters are aged between 45 and 64, with almost a quarter spending up to a year slimming.In comparison, those aged between 18 and 24 are more likely to beyo-yodieters, with a fifth giving up within a month.The survey of 1,446 of men and women revealed that nearly two thirds of the UK population are unhappy with their body and feel that being thinner would make them happier.For women, looks are more important, with over half reporting that they diet to wear fashionable clothes and a third of those surveyed said they watched their weight in a bid to feel more attractive. But in comparison, men are more focused on their long-term well-being, with over a third saying they wanted to lose weight to be more healthy. 对于很多想保持苗条身材的女性来说,节食可能是件一辈子的事。确切点说,是31年。研究人员日前发现,普通女性一生花在节食上的时间长达31年。一项最新报告显示,英国女性平均一年中有半年的时间在节食减肥,而超过五分之一的女性为了追求完美身材,节食几乎成了她们一生的“事业”。然而,她们并不是这场“减肥持久战”的唯一“战士”。调查显示,普通成年男性一生中花在减肥上的时间长达28年。调查发现,在圣诞节“胡吃海喝”了一通后,十分之一以上的英国人现在正在节食。虽然出发点很好,但其中四分之三的人坚持不了几天就放弃了,早忘了他们的新年“誓言”。普通节食一般持续五周半,而圣诞之后的节食时间更短,只有三周半。有一半的节食者因缺乏毅力而半途而废,四分之一的受访者说他们之所以放弃是因为过于严格的饮食“规定”让他们情绪烦躁、心情低落。调查显示,45岁至64岁之间的节食者意志最坚定,其中近四分之一的人坚持了一年。 相比之下,18至24岁之间的节食者最容易动摇,其中五分之一的人坚持不到一个月就放弃了。这项共有1446名男女参加的调查显示,近三分之二的英国人对自己的身材不满意,他们希望自己能能更苗条一些。对于女性来说,外表“重于一切”,超过一半的受访女性说她们减肥是为了能穿时髦的衣,另有三分之一的受访女性说减肥是为了让自己更有魅力。相比之下,男性则更为注重长期健康,超过三分之一的受访男性说他们减肥为了使自己更加健康。 /200803/30369哈医大一院可以做人流吗No advance for women in top U.S. jobsWomen in 2008 made no significant gains in winning more top US business jobs, according to a study released on Wednesday, but the head of the study said women are poised to make strides in the year ahead.The number of women who were board directors, corporate officers or top earners at Fortune 500 companies remained essentially unchanged, said the study by Catalyst, a nonprofit group that promotes opportunities for women in business.The percentage of companies with women on the board of directors was 15.1 percent this year, compared with 14.8 percent in 2007, Catalyst said.Also, the percentage of corporate officer positions held by women was 15.7 percent in 2008 and 15.4 percent in 2007, it said. The percentage of top earners in 2008 who were women was 6.2 percent, compared to 6.7 percent in 2007, it said.The research on the Fortune 500 companies was based on data as of March 31, 2008. The slight changes in the numbers are not considered statistically significant, Catalyst said.Nevertheless, given the changes in U.S. politics, the future for women in business looks more promising, said Ilene Lang, president and chief executive officer of Catalyst."Overall we're expecting to see change next year," Lang said. "When we look at shareholders, decision makers, the general public, they're looking for change."What they're basically saying is, 'Don't give us more of the status quo. Get new ideas in there, get some fresh faces,'" she said.Lang said President-elect Barack Obama's choices for cabinet and other leadership positions, which include women and minorities, former rivals and opponents, bode well for women in the corporate world."These are very, very inclusive teams," she said. "I think that can be a role model for leadership in other sectors."The Catalyst study also noted that minority women -- black, Asian or Latina -- comprised 3.2 percent of company directorships, compared with 3.0 percent in 2007. /200812/58676A law banning women from wearing trousers in Paris may finally be lifted more than two centuries after first being enforced。  The curious rule was first introduced in late 1799 by Paris' police chief, and stipulated than any Parisienne wishing to "dress like a man" must seek special permission from the city's main police station。  But a group of ten French MPs has now submitted a draft bill to parliament to remove the law, which has survived repeated attempts to repeal it。  The latest attempt to remove the outmoded rule was in 2003, when a Right-wing MP from President Nicolas Sarkozy's UMP party wrote to the minister in charge of gender equality. The minister's response was: "Disuse is sometimes more efficient than (state) intervention in adapting the law to changing morays." /201005/103239通河县妇女儿童医院做人流

香坊区妇幼保健院该怎么走哈医大三院妇科咨询A council has become the first in London to rule that smokers will no longer be able to foster children.Redbridge Council's cabinet agreed Tuesday night to a ban on placing children with foster carers who smoke unless there are exceptional circumstances.The local authority in northeast London said the decision, which will come into force in 2010, was made to protect children from the "damaging effects of passive and second-hand smoke."Other councils around the country have introduced similar measures, particularly relating to very young children, but Redbridge's ban is thought to be the most far-reaching."We know this is a difficult issue because some people will feel it is an intrusion on personal freedoms," said Councilor Michael Stark."But we also know that smoking increases the risk of serious illness in childhood. On balance, we have decided children in our care shouldn't grow up breathing second-hand smoke."The council cited scientific evidence that showed passive smoking caused lung cancer and childhood respiratory disease.Existing smokers will be told of the new policy and given help to quit.The Fostering Network, a charity which represents groups involved in fostering, said it believed no child under five should be placed with carers who smoked.However the charity, which estimates there is a shortfall of some 10,000 carers, said it did not want potentially good foster parents to be put off because they had an occasional cigarette.Tobacco lobby groups said the move was part of an "ongoing campaign to stigmatize smokers.""It's going to exclude people who could be outstanding foster parents," said a spokesman for pro-smoking group Forest."It sends out an insidious message that smokers in general are unfit parents and I don't think any politician has the right to do that." 英国伦敦某区政府日前通过一项禁令,规定吸烟者不可收养小孩。这一禁令在伦敦还是首例。位于伦敦东北部的雷德布里奇区内阁于上周二晚通过该禁令。禁令规定,除非有特殊情况,否则吸烟者不可收养小孩。雷德布里奇区政府称,决定颁布这一禁令是为了让儿童免受被动吸烟或 “二手烟”的危害。该禁令将于2010年开始实施。英国其他一些地方政府也采取了类似的禁烟措施,尤其针对一些年龄很小的孩子。但雷德布里奇的这项禁令被认为是其中影响最大的。议员迈克尔-斯塔克说:“我们知道这是一个艰难的决定,因为一些人会觉得这侵犯了他们的个人自由。”他说:“但同时,我们也很清楚吸烟会增加儿童患疾病的风险。经过权衡后,我们决定,不应该让生活在我们这一辖区的孩子受到二手烟危害。”雷德布里奇地区政府称,有科学据表明,被动吸烟会导致肺癌和儿童呼吸道疾病。该区政府将告知吸烟者这一新政策,并会帮助他们戒烟。儿童领养慈善机构“领养社区”称,五岁以下的儿童的确不能由吸烟者领养。但该组织称,他们也担心一些条件很好但偶尔吸烟的人也会因此被拒之门外。目前该机构还需要约1万名领养者,烟草业游说团体称,此举是“对吸烟者的一种污辱’”。吸烟持组织Forest的发言人说:“这项禁令会把一些很出色的领养者拒之门外。”“这等于是在说,吸烟的人都不适合做父母。可谁都没有剥夺别人做父母的权利。” /200811/55689哈医大一院妇产科怎样A public toilet in Munich which has been transformed into an art museum has attracted hundreds of people in the first days after opening, a spokesman for the city's tourism agency said on Thursday.Built in 1894, the toilet house was originally constructed to serve nearby households which lacked necessary facilities.After being in use for over a hundred years, the toilets were locked up in 1992 because they were very rarely used."On the night we opened, around 800 people came to see our work," initiator of the museum project, Mathias Koehler told reporters.He said that a toilet was a great place for artistic expression because art is a form of relief in the same way that going to the toilet is.The art exhibited is mainly graffiti often with a political theme. Examples include images of Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel flanking a urinal in the corner of the room.Four artists contributed their work to the exhibition.Although the 70-square meter museum is only temporary, Koehler said he could not rule out making it permanent if public interest remains high. (德国)慕尼黑市旅游局的一位发言人于上周四称,慕尼黑的一家公厕被改造成艺术物馆后,在刚开放几天内就吸引了数百人前来参观。这个公厕建造于1894年,最初是为解决附近居民上厕所难的问题而建。在被使用100多年后,这个厕所于1992年被停用,因为现在已经很少有人使用它。物馆改造工程发起人玛西亚斯#8226;科赫勒在接受记者采访时说:“物馆开放当晚,约有800人前来参观。”他说,厕所是艺术表达的绝佳场所,因为艺术和上厕所一样,都是一种放松形式。此次厕所艺术展的多数展品是一些政治主题的“涂鸦”作品,比如,(美国总统民主党候选人)巴拉克#8226;奥巴马和德国总理安吉拉#8226;默克尔的画像就出现在屋内角落处的一个便池旁。共有四位艺术家为此次展览贡献作品。尽管这家面积只有70平米的厕所物馆目前只是临时性的,但科赫勒表示,如果公众热情一直很高,他不排除这个物馆会长期存在的可能。 /200811/55021哈医大医院人流要多少钱

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