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抚顺市矿务局职工医院电话号码抚顺第一人民医院看男科医院When men see red, they see hot: studyThe popular ballad "Lady in Red" is poised to take on a whole new meaning: a study published Tuesday showed that the color red makes men see women as hotter or, more scientifically put, more attractive.Researchers from the University of Rochester in New York conducted five psychological experiments to demonstrate that the color red makes men feel more amorous toward women.In the experiments, groups of young men looked briefly at a picture of a moderately attractive woman printed on a red background, and the same woman then on a white, grey or green background. They also looked at a woman in red clothing, and the same one in blue clothing.The men found the lady with a red background more attractive, both physically and sexually.Comparing the woman in a red shirt to the same woman dressed in blue, men said they were more likely to ask the lady in red on a date and to lavish more money on her.As part of one of the experiments, as well, the researchers sought to see whether a group of women were similarly more attracted to the woman shown against a red backdrop than a background of a different color. They were not.What the researchers call the "red-sex link" could have roots in humans' biological heritage.For instance, among primates, females display more red on parts of their body when they are nearing ovulation, probably to attract the male of the species."Research has shown that male primates are indeed particularly attracted to female conspecifics exhibiting red," the study says.To the authors of the study, University of Rochester psychology professor Andrew Elliot and post-graduate researcher Daniela Niesta, the experiments' findings confirm what "women have long suspected and claimed: that men act like animals in the sexual realm."And, they added, the fact that men are moreturned on by women in red also confirms that, although men like to think that they respond to women "in a thoughtful and sophisticated manner, it appears that at least to some degree their preferences and predilections are, in a word, primitive." 本周二公布的一项研究显示,“红衣女郎”在男性眼中更加性感迷人,说得再科学点,就是更具吸引力。由此说来,经典名曲《红衣女郎》又有了一个全新的含义。纽约罗切斯特大学的研究人员通过五组心理实验明了这一道理,即穿红色衣的女性更受男性青睐。在实验过程中,研究人员让五组年轻男性快速浏览一张以红色为背景、相貌平平的女人的照片,然后再将背景分别换成白色、灰色或绿色。此外,研究对象还看了同一个女人分别穿红蓝两种颜色衣的照片。实验结果表明,这些男性觉得红色背景照片上的女人更加迷人——无论是外表还是性感度。而在对比同一个女性穿红蓝两色衣的照片时,研究对象称他们更倾向于与穿红色衣的女性约会,愿意为她花更多的钱。此外,研究人员还对一组女性做了同样的实验,结果发现女性对于红色没有特殊的偏好。这种现象被研究人员称为“红色-性关联”,它可能源于人类的进化传统。比如,雌性灵长类动物临近排卵期时,身体的某些部位会泛红,这可能就是一种求爱信号。“有研究明,雄性灵长类动物的确更偏爱‘红色’雌性。”研究小组成员、罗切斯特大学的安德鲁#8226;伊利奥特教授和研究生丹妮拉#8226;涅斯塔说,实验结果实了“女性长期以来的疑惑和主张”:男人在性方面表现得跟动物相似。此外,研究人员称,“男性易被红衣女性吸引”的研究结果进一步明:尽管男性认为他们对待女性“体贴稳重”,但至少从一定程度上来说,男性的喜好和偏爱是很“原始”的。Vocabulary: ovulation:排卵turn on:变得兴奋 /200810/54466抚顺妇保院怎样预约 About three years ago Eva Salem got into some trouble with a crocodile. It snapped her hand in its jaws. In a panic, she managed to knock out the crocodile and free herself. Then, she woke up."I imagine that's what it's like when you're on heroin. That's what my dreams were like—vivid, crazy and active," she says. Salem, a new mother, had been breast-feeding her daughter for five months before the croc-attack dream, living on four hours of sleep a night. If she did sleep a full night, her dreams boomeranged, becoming so vivid that she felt like she wasn't sleeping at all.Dreams are amazingly persistent. Miss a few from lack of sleep and the brain keeps score, forcing payback soon after eyelids close. "Nature's soft nurse," as Shakespeare called sleep, isn't so soft after all."When someone is sleep deprived we see greater sleep intensity, meaning greater brain activity during sleep; dreaming is definitely increased and likely more vivid," says neurologist Mark Mahowald of the University of Minnesota and director of the Minnesota Regional Sleep Disorders Center in Minneapolis.The phenomenon is called REM rebound. REM refers to "rapid eye movement," the darting of the eyes under closed lids. In this state we dream the most and our brain activity eerily resembles that of waking life. Yet, at the same time, our muscles go slack and we lie paralyzed—a toe might wiggle, but essentially we can't move, as if our brain is protecting our bodies from acting out the stories we dream.Sleep is divided into REM and four stages of non-REM; each has a distinct brain wave frequency. Stage one of non-REM is the nodding off period where one is between sleeping and waking; it's sometimes punctuated with a sensation of falling into a hole. In stage two the brain slows with only a few bursts of activity. Then the brain practically shuts off in stages three and four and shifts into slow-wave sleep, where heart and breathing rates drop dramatically.Only after 70 minutes of non-REM sleep do we experience our first period of REM, and it lasts only five minutes. A total non-REM–REM cycle is 90 minutes; this pattern repeats about five times over the course of a night. As the night progresses, however, non-REM stages shorten and the REM periods grow, giving us a 40-minute dreamscape just before waking.The only way scientists can study REM deprivation is by torturous sleep deprivation. "We follow the [electroencephalogram] tracing and then when we see [subjects] moving into REM, we wake them up," says psychologist Tore Nielsen, director of the Dream and Nightmare Lab at the Sacré-Coeur Hospital in Montreal. "As soon as you start to rob them of REM, the pressure for them to go back into REM starts to build." Sometimes Nielsen will have to wake them 40 times in one night because they go directly into REM as soon as they are asleep.Of course there is non-REM rebound as well, but the brain gives priority to the slow-wave sleep and then to REM, suggesting that the states are independent of each other.In a 2005 study published in Sleep, Nielsen showed that losing 30 minutes of REM one night can lead to a 35 percent REM increase the next night—subjects jumped from 74 minutes of REM to a rebound of 100 minutes.Nielsen also found that dream intensity increased with REM deprivation. Subjects who were only getting about 25 minutes of REM sleep rated the quality of their dreams between nine and eight on a nine-point scale (one being dull, nine being dynamite).Of course, REM deprivation, and the subsequent rebound, is common outside the lab. Alcohol and nicotine both repress REM. And blood pressure drugs as well as antidepressants are also well known REM suppressants. (Take away the dreams and, curiously, the depression lifts.) When patients stop the meds, and the vices, they're rewarded with a scary rebound.But the persistence of REM begs the question: Why is it so insistent? When rats are robbed of REM for four weeks they die (although the cause of death remains unknown). Amazingly, even though we spend about 27 years dreaming over the course of an average life, scientists still can't agree on why it's important.Psychiatrist Jerry Siegel, head of the Center for Sleep Research at the University of California, Los Angeles, recently proved that REM is nonexistent in some big-brained mammals, such as dolphins and whales. "Dying from lack of REM is totally bogus," Siegel says. "It's never been shown in any species other than a rat."Some theories suggest that REM helps regulate body temperature and neurotransmitter levels. And there is also evidence that dreaming helps us assimilate memories. Fetuses and babies spend 75 percent of their sleeping time in REM. Then again, platypuses experience more REM than any other animal and researchers wonder why, because, as Minnesota's Mahowald puts it, "Platypuses are stupid. What do they have to consolidate?"But, given that rats run through dream mazes that precisely match their lab mazes, others feel that there must be some purpose or meaningful information in dreams.John Antrobus, a retired professor of psychology and sleep research at the City College of New York says that dream content is tied to our anxieties. But he never found the extreme vividness in REM rebound that others assume is there, based on a higher level of brain activity which likely means more action-packed dreams."The brain is an interpretive organ, and when regions are less connected as they are in sleep, we get bizarre narratives," he says. "But its purpose? For that we have to ask what is the purpose of thought. We can't answer one without answering the other." /200809/48445"Slumdog Millionaire", the rags-to-riches movie that took the Oscars by storm, also produced two of the most influential words of the 2008 Hollywood awards season, a language monitoring group said on Thursday."Jai Ho!", Hindi for Let There be Victory and the title of the movie's Oscar-winning best song, and "Slumdog" -- the controversial term coined by the filmmakers for young slum-dwellers in Mumbai -- were named the top "HollyWords" of the year that closed with last Sunday's Oscars.The Global Language Monitor, which uses an algorithm to track the frequency of words and phrases in the world's print and electronic media, said it was rare for two words from the same movie to be ranked in its annual list."Slumdog Millionaire" crowned its awards sweep by winning eight Oscars, also including best picture and director.Last summer's "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" inspired the new expression "Nuke the Fridge" -- a phrase coined on the Internet to describe a moment when a cinematic franchise has run its course.The phrase came in third on the list, followed by "Hmong" -- a mountain dwelling people in Laos -- from the Clint Eastwood movie "Gran Torino"."What doesn't kill you makes you....stranger", the Joker's twist on German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche's epigram that was spoken by Heath Ledger in Batman blockbuster "The Dark Knight" was also among the Top Ten. along with the line "There are no coincidences" from the animated movie "Kung Fu Panda."coin: to make; invent; fabricate(创造或杜撰新词、新语等) /200903/63522抚顺抚顺治疗前列腺需要多少钱

抚顺有男科医院吗On October 28, Allure of the Seas, world's biggest cruiseliner was handed over to Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd by STX Europe's shipyard in Turku, Finland. 10月28日,芬兰图尔库STX 欧洲船厂将世界上最大游轮“海洋魅力号”交付皇家加勒比游轮有限公司。 Allure of the Seas is 361 meters long, has the gross tonnage of 225,000, 2700 staterooms, 16 decks and can accommodate about 6400 guests and a crew of 2200. “海洋魅力号”长361米,排水量达22.5万吨,共有16层甲板和2700个客舱,可搭载6400名游客和2200名船员。 /201011/117076抚顺市钢铁公司职工医院治疗前列腺疾病哪家医院最好 Is it really? Well, according to Dr. Mao over at Yahoo Health, this is quite true. He also presents some practical things that we could all do to help the environment and be healthier at the same time. Seeing as we have just recently celebrated Earth Day, this topic is quite appropriate, don’t you think? Let’s take a look at some of Dr. Mao’s suggestions.Less Plastic, More HealthLightweight, durable and versatile, plastic is everywhere in our modern world; this is bad news for the environment and our health.He lists down a lot of things at home which are made of plastic. This prompted me to look through some of my things and he is right! Heck, even this laptop I am using has a lot of plastic parts. So what’s bad about plastic?According to Dr. Mao, “many plastics release vinyl chloride and other harmful estrogen-like substances that can lead to cancer, birth defects, hormonal imbalance, and lung and liver disease.”He might be right or he might be overstating things a bit but it wouldn’t hurt to use less plastic.Some practical suggestions? Instead of using plastic containers as the default, why not use glass ones instead? I also like the wooden and ceramic variations as well.Let’s look at a few more things next time. 这是真的吗? 好,通过毛士在雅虎健康网上说的,这的确是真的,他也举了几个我们能够做的实际事情保护环境,同时这些事情更有益于健康.鉴于我们刚刚庆祝的地球日 ,这个话题是比较合适的,你不觉得吗?让我们看看毛士的一些建议吧.少一点塑料,多一点健康。轻便,耐用以及多功能的塑料在现代社会随处可见,这对我们的环境和健康非常不利。他列举了一些在家使用的塑料制品。这促使我审视一些我的东西,我发现他说的对!令我来气的是我的笔记本电脑也用了许多的塑料零件。那么,关于塑料有什么不好呢?毛士说许多的塑料能释放氯乙烯和其他的有害的的雌性激素,人吃了能够致癌,导致出生缺陷,激素不平衡以及肺病和肝。他说的也许对或者是夸张了一点,但这并不对少用塑料的人造成伤害。还有其他的一些实际的建议吗?,既然不用塑料容器是默认,为什么不用玻璃代替呢?我同样喜欢木制的和陶瓷替代品。 /200806/42591抚顺市钢铁公司职工医院专家预约

抚顺非淋菌尿道炎怎么治疗1. Charles Darwin married his first consin.查尔斯达尔文娶了嫡亲表为妻。2. Officially, the longest war in history was between the Netherlands and the Isles of Scilly, which lasted from 1651 to 1986. There were no casualties.据官方记载,历史上最长的战争是荷兰与锡利群岛之间的战争,从1651年持续到1986年,但没有一例人员伤亡。3. King Richard II invented the handkerchief.英格兰国王查理二世发明了手帕。4. Albert Einstein was offered the role of Israel's second President in 1952, but declined.艾伯特·爱因斯坦1952年曾受邀担任以色列第二任总统,但他谢绝出任。5. New Zealand was the first country to enfranchise women. It gave them the vote in 1895.新西兰是第一个给予妇女选举权的国家,时间为1895年。6. Tomatoes were considered poisonous for many years in Europe and they were grown for ornamental reasons only. In fact, the leaves and stems of tomatoes are poisonous (but they can be used in moderation for food flavoring).欧洲人曾有很多年都认为西红柿有毒,于是它们只被作为观赏植物来种植。事实上,西红柿的叶子和茎确实有毒(但调味时可以适量使用)。7. Soon after building started in 1173, the foundation of the Pisa tower settled unevenly. Construction was stopped, and was continued only a 100 years later. Therefore, the leaning tower was never straight.比萨斜塔自1173年开始建造,不久之后就出现了地基不平的问题。工程暂停,直到100年后才复工。因此,倾斜的塔身从来就没直过。8. Ancient Egyptians used slabs of stones as pillows.古埃及人用石板做枕头。9. People have been wearing glasses for about 700 years.人类戴眼镜的历史已有大约七百年之久。10. King Charles the Second often rubbed dust from the mummies of pharaohs so he could "absorb their ancient greatness".英格兰国王查理二世时常擦拭法老木乃伊上的尘土,为了“吸收他们古老而伟大的智慧”。 /200908/82958 With those two tips in mind, here are 30 ways to enjoy life. Pick the ones that work for you:1.Enjoy your meal. Don’t just eat. Taste it and appreciate its richness. 2.Learn to cook. 3.Feel music and not just listen to it. 享受每一顿美食,不要狼吞虎咽,好好地咀嚼。学习烹饪感受音乐 /201001/94918抚顺阴茎手术抚顺市第三医院泌尿系统在线咨询



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