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Elderberry莲灰An old folk remedy, extract from these dark berries appears to block flu viruses in test tube studies. And a few small studies done in people show it may help you recover more quickly from flu. But scientists caution that further study is needed. The fruit itself is rich in antioxidants and may also have the ability to fight inflammation.民间有种偏方,灰莲的提取物可以预防流感。最近的研究显示灰莲能让人从感冒中恢复得更快。但科研人员认为其功效还需进一步研究。这种水果本身富含抗氧化剂,这或许能抵抗炎症。 /201011/119057浙江金华丽都是公立的吗浙江省中心医院电子病历Our children, of course, are priceless. But they do have a cost: about a quarter-million dollars.我们的孩子当然是无价之宝。但养育他们确实是需要成本的:大约25万美元。A new government report estimated that a middle-income family with a child born last year will spend about 221,000 raising that child from birth through age 17, according to the Associated Press. (The number rises to some 292,000 when adjusted for inflation.) The figures don't count the cost of college or childbirth.据美联社报导,一份新的政府报告估计,一个中等收入家庭将去年出生的孩子抚养到17岁将花费大约22.1万美元。(经通胀调整后的数字约为29.2万美元。)这一数字不包括孩子上大学的费用或生孩子的费用。Annual child-rearing expense estimates ranged between 11,610 and 13,480 per-child in married, middle-class family with two children.有两个孩子的中产阶级家庭每年平均在每个孩子身上花的钱大约在11,610美元至13,480美元。The report, by the USDA's Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, said that housing was a family's single largest expense, followed by food and the costs of child care and education.美国农业部的营养政策与宣传中心发布的这份报告说,住房是家庭最大出,其次是食品和孩子的抚养及教育费用。Money spent on child-related costs increases as a family's income goes up. For instance, those with an income between 57,000 and 99,000 spend about 221,000 and those with higher incomes are expected to spend roughly 367,000 through age 17. Costs of raising a child are highest in the urban northeast and lowest in the urban south and rural areas.用在孩子身上的开随家庭收入增长而增加。举例来说,收入在5.7万美元至9.9万美元之间的家庭将孩子养到17岁大概要花22.1万美元,而收入更高的家庭大约花费36.7万美元左右。东北部城市养育孩子的花费最高,南部城市和农村地区则最低。We've written before about the decision to add to the family in tough economic times. How much thought did you give to the cost of raising children in your decision to have a family or to have additional children? What are your biggest costs in raising your children?此前我们讨论过经济困难时期家庭所需要做的决定。在决定要孩子或是多生孩子时,你有没有考虑过养育孩子的成本?你抚养孩子最大的开是什么? /200908/81739People's choice of the Top 10 Best-Dressed Women of 2009 are 《人物》杂志年度“十大最佳穿着女性榜”如下:Kate Winslet - Best Red Carpet 凯特·温丝莱特:最佳红毯着装Vanessa Hudgens - Best Hippie Chic 凡妮莎·哈金斯:最佳嬉皮风Reese Witherspoon - Best Short Dresses 瑞茜·威瑟斯彭:最佳短裙Cameron Diaz - Best Jeans 卡梅隆·迪亚兹:最佳牛仔装Michelle Obama - Best Accessible Glamour 米歇尔·奥巴马:最具亲和力着装Freida Pinto - Best Use of Color 芙蕾达·平托:最佳色搭配Taylor Swift - Best Sparkle 泰勒·斯威夫特:最闪亮穿着Nicole Richie - Best Maternity 妮可·里奇:最具母性Beyonce - Best Street Chic 碧昂斯:最佳街头风Kim Kardashian - Best Bikinis 金·卡戴珊:最佳比基尼装British actress Kate Winslet lead the pack of People magazine's 10 best-dressed women of 2009, with US first lady Michelle Obama chosen for "best accessible glamour."《人物》杂志日前公布2009年度“十大最佳穿着女性榜”,英国女影星凯特·温丝莱特荣登榜首,美国第一夫人米歇尔·奥巴马获“最具亲和力穿着奖”。Although the list, released Wednesday, does not have numerical ranking, Winslet, 33, who won an Oscar in February for playing a dour Nazi in "The Reader," was deemed to be the best-dressed woman on the red carpet on 2009 "with her unique brand of sexy sophistication, modern Hollywood glamour and those enviable curves."虽然这份于本周三公布的榜单并没有具体的排名,但凯特·温丝莱特则“凭借其特有的成熟性感气质,现代好莱坞的魅力以及令人艳羡的曲线身材”获评2009年度“最佳红毯穿着女性”。33岁的温丝莱特凭借其在《生死朗读》中饰演的冷酷的纳粹分子一角于今年二月斩获奥斯卡大奖。People named Reese Witherspoon as having the "best short dresses," "High School Musical" actress Vanessa Hudgens as best hippie chic, and Freida Pinto, the Indian star of Oscar-winning movie "Slumdog Millionaire," for having the best use of color.此外,瑞茜·威瑟斯彭获评“最佳短裙奖”,《歌舞青春》女星凡妮莎·哈金斯获评“最佳嬉皮风奖”,出演奥斯卡获奖影片《贫民窟的百万富翁》的印度女星芙蕾达·平托则获“最佳色搭配奖”。Brad Pitt, "Twilight" actor Robert Pattinson, and Bradley Cooper of "The Hangover" and "Nip/Tuck" fame were among the best-dressed men of the year. People said their attention to details like a scarf, pin or skinny tie "took their looks beyond basic."布拉德·皮特、《暮光之城》男星罗伯特·帕丁森、出演《宿醉》和《整容室》的男演员布莱德利·库珀获评年度最佳穿着男性。《人物》杂志称,他们对于围巾、胸针以及窄领带等细节的关注让他们“看起来与众不同”。Teen country singer Taylor Swift was dubbed "best sparkle."十几岁的乡村女歌手泰勒·斯威夫特获评“最闪亮衣着”奖。The annual best- and worst-dressed double issue, on newsstands Friday, also acknowledged the impact on fashion of the Emmy-award winning TV series "Mad Men," set in the 1960s, whose cigarette pants and sheath dresses have inspired new designs by Michael Kors and Tory Burch.《人物》杂志的年度“最佳着装”和“最差着装”合刊于本周五上架。杂志还肯定了以上世纪60年代为背景的艾美奖获奖电视剧《广告狂人》对于时尚的影响,剧中演员所穿的烟管裤和无袖紧身裙激发了迈克·柯尔和托里·伯奇的设计灵感。The People magazine special issue also looked at some of the fashion flops of 2009. Former "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul and actress Renee Zellweger were cited as having the worst red carpet dresses.本期《人物》特刊还回顾了2009年的一些时尚败笔。前“美国偶像”评委宝拉·阿布杜和女星芮妮·齐薇格被评为最差红毯着装明星。Singer Jessica Simpson's January appearance in unflattering high-waisted "mom jeans," which triggering a heated debate about weight issues in Hollywood, was among the "most memorable moments of the year," People said.歌手杰西卡·辛普森于今年一月身穿一条不讨巧的高腰“老妈裤”亮相,在好莱坞引起了一阵有关体重问题的热议。《人物》杂志称她当时的形象堪被列入“全年最难忘瞬间”。 /200909/85475浙江省妇幼保健官网预约免费

金华人民医院有没有位置金华中心医院做抽脂手术多少钱It has long been accepted that talking to plants can help them flourish, but have you ever wondered what they'd say in response?Well a plant in Japan has its own blog that may help you understand."Midori-san," a 40 cm (16 inches)potted plant on a cafe counter in Kamakura, near Tokyo, blogs every day with the help of a sensor that measures electric signals and a computer algorithm that translates them into Japanese.The plant, a hoya kerrii, is commonly called a "sweetheart plant" because of its leaf shape."We were initially interested in what plants are feeling and what they are reacting to where we can't see," said Satoshi Kuribayashi, a researcher involved in the project at Japan's Keio University.The strength of electronic signals on the surface of Midori-san's heart-shaped green leaves, which react to light and human touch, are measured by a sensor attached to the plant, and this data is sent to a computer in the cafe.The computer uses an algorithm to translate the signal data, as well as other factors -- including weather and temperature -- to translate them into words, which are automatically posted on Midori-san's blog (http://plant.bowls-cafe.jp/index.php)"Today was a sunny day and I was able to sunbathe a lot... I had quite a bit of fun today," Midori-san, whose name means "green" in Japanese, posted on Oct 16.The latest entry s: "It was cloudy today. It was a cold day."Kuribayashi said he hopes that in the future, the blog will reflect even more accurately of Midori-san's feelings.Blogging with computers and mobile phones is popular in Japan, which had the greatest number of blog posts by language at 37 percent, followed by English and Chinese posts, a study from blog search engine Technocrati in 2007 showed. 大家都知道,与植物说话有助于促进它们的生长,但你有没有想过它们会怎样回应?现在,日本一颗植物的“客”或许能为你解开这个疑问。日本一颗名叫“绿(Midori-san)”的盆栽植物每天在一个传感器和电脑的帮助下“写”客,传感器的作用是测量电子信号,而电脑则通过一个运算程序将这些信号翻译成文字。这株盆栽植物生长在东京附近镰仓市一家咖啡厅的柜台上,高40厘米(16英寸)。这颗植物是一株心形球兰,因其叶子呈心形,常被称为“开心草”。日本庆应义塾大学参与该项目的研究员栗林说:“最初我们是想了解植物的‘情绪变化’,以及在人不知晓的情况下,会做出怎样的回应。”“绿”的心形绿叶被光照射和人触摸后会产生回应,而它所携带的传感器则能够测量其叶子表面的电子信号的强弱,然后再将这些数据传输到咖啡馆的一台电脑上。电脑通过一个运算程序将这些信号数据以及天气和温度等其它信息转化成文字,然后将其贴在:“绿”的客(http://plant.bowls-cafe.jp/index.php)上。“绿”在本月16日的客中写道:“今天阳光明媚,美美地享受了日光浴,真开心哪。”最近的一篇客写道:“今天多云,有点冷。”栗林士说,他希望今后这个客能更准确地反映“绿”的“心情”。日本人很喜欢用电脑和手机写客,根据Techocrati客搜索引擎去年的一项统计数据,日语客占全球客总数的37%,居世界首位,其次是英语客和中文客。 /200810/54473Yoga exponents are being caught out by the activity's relaxing and low impact image with more than one in four injured during sessions.A failure to warm up and prepare adequately for the exercise has been identified as causing the surprising injury rate.The risks of yoga are contained in a sports injuries report to be released today.The research, commissioned by Medibank Private, found sports injuries cost the Australian community more than .8 billion in the past year. The medical bill was 0 million more than the previous year.Footballers were the most likely to be hurt and those aged between 18 and 24 were at greatest risk of breaking down.Sports physician Dr Peter Larkins said yoga was not inherently dangerous but the injury rate showed many participants were not doing it correctly."You have to get the correct program and advice. There are a lot of stretching manoeuvres and maybe some are trying it at 38 thinking they are 18," he said."Yoga has become the new aerobics and some people are getting it out of a book or . Participants need to ensure that they don't overdo it, particularly when starting a new health and fitness regime."Nicole Walsh, the owner of Body Mind Life yoga studio, said she had not experienced the injury rate found in the survey.She said students of Bikram yoga complete warm up breathing and stretching exercises before progressing. The increased room temperature also made injuries less frequent.The report found 5.2 million injuries were incurred on Australian sporting fields and courts in the past 12 months requiring almost 25,000 hospital admissions and 250,000 emergency department presentations.An alarming 3.6m injuries were untreated.Ankle, foot and achilles tendon injuries are the most common accounting for 20 per cent of all sporting injuries.The warning from fitness experts to warm up and cool down had failed to reach the masses with only 38 per cent of survey respondents saying they regularly completed pre and post sport regimes. /200812/59104浙江省金华市二院有哪些专家America 美国 An American woman living in Wisconsin volunteered to tutor1 English to a Japanese woman who had moved into the same community. “Before each lesson, and on each and every visit,” the American reported, “the Japanese lady brought me a gift — a book, some paper sculpture, flowers, or candy. It was embarrassing.”  一位居住在威斯康星州的美国女士自告奋勇辅导刚搬进同一社区的一位日本女士学习英语。她指出:“那位日本妇女每次上课、每次拜访都带礼物给我,一本书、纸刻品、花或是糖果,真令我尴尬。”  Unknowingly, this American was experiencing a vestige of protocol rooted centuries deep in the Japanese culture.  这位美国女士不知不觉领教了日本几百年来根深蒂固的文化传统。  In America, lavish, extravagant gifts are definitely out. An appropriate alternate to a gift is to take the deserving person to dinner, or to an entertainment or sporting event. On the contrary, gift giving is an institution and a revered custom in Japan. According to Business Tokyo magazine, among the Japanese “gift giving is a necessity, not merely a nicety as in the West.” In Japan the proper gift is thought to express the giver's true friendship, gratitude, and respect far better than words can. So if you plan to visit Japan or to have Japanese visit you here, be prepared.  在美国,赠送贵重的礼物是行不通的,比较合适的礼物是带上你要感谢的朋友去赴宴或参加体育活动。与之相反的是,在日本送礼是一种制度,一个优良惯例。据《东京商业杂志》所言,“日本人送礼至关重要,而不像西方仅把它当作一件不起眼的事。”在日本,恰当的礼物意为表达送礼之人诚挚的难以言表的友好、感激及尊重之情,所以如果你准备前往日本或有日本朋友前来拜访,一定要做好准备。  So you know gift giving plays a very important role in nowadays society. Now let's see what's happened in other countries.  你看,当今社会,送礼发挥着重要作用。现在我们来看看其他国家的情况。Australia 澳大利亚  Australia is known for its friendly informality and lack of pretentiousness8. So modest gifts, such as a business diary, a paperweight, or a coffee mug might be presented as a memento9 of a visit of business meeting. At a trade show, T-shirts, ties, baseball caps, or a pin may be appropriate mementos. Anything more than these types of gifts could cause embarrassment.  澳大利亚以其友好,不拘礼节及坦诚而闻名,所以在参加商务会议时,送上一个商用记事本、纸镇或一个咖啡杯再合适不过了。在商业展览上,赠送T恤衫、领带、棒球帽或者一个大头针最合适做纪念品了。若送比这些东西贵重的礼品反而会致人尴尬。Greece 希腊  The most common form of showing appreciation in Greece is probably an evening's entertainment. If you do present a gift, avoid personal items, such as ties and shirts. If you are invited to a Greek home, flowers or a cake for the hostess are an appropriate gift.  在希腊,表达感激之情最常见的方式可能就是晚间活动。如果你要送礼,不要送一些过于亲昵的东西,比如领带衬衣之类。如果希腊人邀请你去其家做客,给女主人送上鲜花或者蛋糕就很合适了。Germany 德国  A West Virginia executive, visiting Germany for the first time, was invited to the home of his largest customer. He decided to be gallant4 and bring his hostess a bouquet of flowers. He selected a dozen red roses.  一位西弗吉尼亚主管第一次去德国,其最大的客户邀请他上门拜访。他想献殷勤,于是给女主人带了一束鲜花,选的是一打红玫瑰。  Oops! Terrible mistake! Social gift giving is popular and well-established in Germany but has certain do's and don'ts.  噢!这个错可犯大了!交际中送礼在德国早已司空见惯,为世人所接受。不过什么可送什么不可送可是大有学问的。  Flowers are often taken to a hostess of a dinner party at her home, but there are three taboos to remember: 1)red roses signify a romantic interest, 2)an even5 number of flowers signifies bad luck, as does the number thirteen, and 3)always unwrap the flowers before presenting them. This West Virginia was making what amounted to a pass at his customer's wife.  如果晚宴设在女主人家中,常见的就是给她送花。不过有三个禁忌一定得记住:1)红玫瑰象征着心仪对方;2)偶数鲜花寓意着倒霉,13朵也是如此;3)献花之前不要包扎。这个西弗吉尼亚人送红玫瑰让人以为他对客户的妻子有意思呢!  When visiting a German home, gifts that reflect your home country are popular, and you might want to bring small gifts for the children of the family you are visiting.  登门拜访德国人时,带上能反映你祖国特色的礼物将大受欢迎!也可以给主人家的孩子带上点小礼物。  Gifts are customarily6 wrapped and many Germans spend considerable time designing elegant wrappings. Most shops offer gift-wrapping services, too.  礼物一般得包扎,很多德国人会花上一定的时间设计个优雅的包装。大多数商店也会提供包装务。Italy 意大利  When you are invited to a person's home for dinner, it might be nice to bring flowers or a box of chocolates for your hostess, although it is just as considerate to have the flowers sent the next day.  Yellow roses can signify “jealousy.” And in Italy never send chrysanthemums7, since they suggest death.  当你受邀至某户人家共进晚餐时,为女主人带上几束花或者一盒巧克力就可以啦,不过当然你要是第二天再送花的话,也可算是考虑周到了。  黄玫瑰寓意着“嫉妒”。在意大利人们从来不送菊花,因为这暗示死亡。 /200903/64225金华丽都整形美容医院丰臀怎么样

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