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As the season of sneezing and grabbing tissues begins with the autumn's first frosts, medical researchers have found that "granny's nostrums" to fend off colds may be scientifically proven.Although apparently common sense, straightforward connections between chilling and viral infection have been hard to prove, according to the common cold centre at Cardiff University--the world's only centre dedicated to researching and testing new medicines for the treatment of flu and the common cold.But the latest experiment reinforces theories that existing, latent infection can be activated when parts of the body, particularly the feet and nose, get wet and cold.All participants took off their shoes and socks and temperatures were monitored throughout the experiment.Ninety volunteers who spent 20 minutes with their feet in bowls of iced water have provided evidence that failing to wrap up warmly is directly linked to falling prey to sore throats and a bunged-up nose.Claire Johnson and Ron Eccles found that 29% of the volunteers developed cold symptoms within five days."When colds are circulating, many people are mildly infected but show no symptoms," said Professor Eccles, whose findings are published in today's issue of Family Practice magazine."But if they become chilled, this causes a pronounced constriction of the blood vessels in the nose and shuts off the warm blood that supplies the white cells that fight infection. ""Although the chilled subject believes they have 'caught a cold', what has in fact happened is that the dormant infection has taken hold."But they also suggested that another explanation could be that our noses are colder in the winter. Prof Eccles said: "A cold nose may be one of the major factors that causes common colds to be seasonal.""When the cold weather comes we wrap ourselves up in winter coats to keep warm but our nose is directly exposed to the cold air. Cooling of the nose slows down clearance of viruses from the nose and slows down the white cells that fight infection."The researchers said:" Parents should feel confident in telling children to wrap themselves up in those nose-protecting garment this winter." /200812/58540When it comes to vegetables, one method of cooking definitely does not fit all. For example, carrots can pretty much stand up to any style of cooking, but boil them, and you'll want to run in the opposite direction. Brussels sprouts, the scourge of nursery school students everywhere, are most delicious pan-roasted, but steam them, and you'll wind up with something you'd probably not want to feed to the pooch. Here's a short list of what to cook, and how.当谈到蔬菜,一种烹饪方法当然不能包打天下。例如,胡萝卜可用多种方法烹饪,而如果清煮,你会大失所望。幼儿园学生最不喜欢的甘蓝,用锅焖最美味,但如果蒸熟它,你很可能连都不想喂了。下面这些简短清单教您煮什么,怎么煮。 CabbageSlice, panfry, or sauté in olive or sesame oil with a tablespoon of butter.1.卷心菜切碎、用油炒。也可用少量橄榄油或芝麻油和一大汤匙黄油炒。 /201006/107135

跟人见面第一句肯定要打招呼,如果你还停留在"Hello?" "How are you?" "How do you do?"的层次上,那你可能要听不懂美国人说话了。   美国人喜欢说的是:  - How are you doing?  - I'm doing good.  How are you doing 这句话运用的最“出神入化”的要算是老友记里的Joey,他每次见到美女都会跟人家搭讪说“How are you doing.” /201004/101843

We should not hesitate too much during the first half of our lives, while we should not regret at what we've done during the other half. We should seize every opportunity to find a way out in our lives, for it goes off swiftly. We should say something urgent slowly, something serious clearly, something small humorously and something unsure cautiously. We should never say something that did not happen, something that you cannot do, something that does harm to others, and something that is disgusting. We should tell others our happiness in specific occasions and should not tell anyone our unhappiness. Do not easily say something about others. We should follow our own heart and interest, and fulfill what we should do instead of merely paying lip service and looking forward to the future. 人的上半生:不要犹豫;人的下半生:不要后悔;活在当下,把握每次的机会,因为机会稍纵即逝,为自己的生命找到出路!急事,慢慢的说;大事,清楚的说;小事,幽默的说;没把握的事,谨慎的说;没发生的事,不要胡说;做不到的事,别乱说;伤害人的事,不能说;讨厌的事,对事不对人的说;开心的事,看场合说;伤心的事,不要见人就说;别人的事,小心的说;自己的事,听听自己的心怎么说;现在的事,做了再说;未来的事,未来再说。 /201108/147726

  读懂美国人的幽默(一) 有时候你听美国人讲笑话,你字字句句都听得懂,但是就是不知道为什么好笑。其原因是你并不了解笑话背后所蕴藏的文化背景及美国人对某些人、某些事的看法。就像如果你听到一个关于比尔盖茨或是克林顿的笑话,如果你不知道比尔盖茨是个富得流油的人,而克林顿是个特别喜欢沾花惹草的人,那么你就不可能真正听懂那些关于他们的笑话,或是觉得那些笑话好笑在哪里。 今天我想通过一些美国人的简短的小笑话来给大家讲讲大家平常听不到的美国文化。其实与其说是“美国文化”, 不如说是“美国人的偏见”。在英语里美国人管“戴着有色眼睛看人”中的那个“有色眼镜”叫做“stereotype (偏见、成见)”.在中国,我们也存在如此的成见。比如,我们通常会觉得上海人“精明”、北京人“能侃”、广东人“有生意头脑”,或是江南的女孩子长得水灵、等等。有的成见是好的,有的成见是存在歧视或是恶意的。有的成见有真实成分,而有的成见纯属子虚乌有。我今天要给大家讲的就是这个美国人的 “成见”。我的目的是让大家通过了解美国文化背景,能够理解美国人的幽默,自己懂就好了,不要再发明创造,也来编些笑话,搞不好,会很得罪人的,而且让别人觉得你这个人思想怎么这么狭隘,戴有色眼睛看人。 咱们先说这个:有关亚洲人和墨西哥人(在美华人喜欢称墨西哥人为 “老墨”)的笑话 问: How do you know when Asians are moving into your neighborhood? (你怎么知道亚洲人都搬到了你们的社区)答: When the Mexicans start getting car insurance.(当墨西哥人都开始上车辆保险)。你得知道两个文化点才能读懂这则笑话。1. 亚洲人在美国人眼中是 bad driver (驾驶技术很糟糕的司机)。2.墨西哥人比较穷,能不买保险就不买保险。所以这个笑话想表达的意思就是亚洲人开车技术差到连墨西哥人都要上汽车保险了。 为了改变美国人对亚洲人这个印象,我秧秧从自己做起,争取每次开车都给别人让道,在街上特别有礼貌。美国人除了觉得亚洲人开车糟糕,还觉得女人是bad driver,不知道在中国有没有这种讲法。因此作为一个亚洲女人,我就成了“worst of the worst (差中之差)了”。至于对这个墨西哥人的说法,就很有歧视和不友好意味了。在美国,的确有很多来自墨西哥的移民,而且有很大部分是非法移民。他们干的工作通常都是美国人自己不愿干的活,有脏又累,而且因为没有合法的身份而拿到很少的钱。所以,他们的生活水平不是很高。此外,由非法移民问题滋生出来的犯罪问题也是非常令美国政府头痛的。于是我们又有了下面这个算不上笑话的笑话: 问: Theres 3 mexicans in a car who's driving? (有三个墨西哥人在车里,谁在开车?)答: A COP。 (警察)大家不要再把这个笑话讲给别人听了,因为这样的笑话不仅没有那么好笑,而且非常伤人,尤其是如果听者是个拉丁美洲裔美国人。但是大家知道背后的含义,以后如果听到类似的讲法或是笑话,你就能明白了。 我还想给大家讲一些其他的关于美国人对亚洲人的印象。以下这个List所列的观点一般都是从美国主流媒体中提炼出来的。1.数学好。亚洲人数学好是出了名的。有些美国华裔在讲笑话时,就会自我取笑说,他上中学的时候,全年级就他一个亚洲人,但是他却是唯一数学不及格的。那种口气简直就像是太阳从西边出来了一样。 2.重视教育。在美国的亚裔家长和中国国内的没什么区别,也是把孩子的童年剥夺得一干二净。美国自从在某些大学实施起“affirmative action (反歧视行动,就是给出名额专门录取女性及少数民族等通常遭受不公待遇者)之后,亚洲人和白人一样就是首当其冲的受害者。你会想,亚洲人不是少数族裔吗?那么不是应该受到优待,被给予更多的名额上的关照吗? 错!因为大部分亚裔的在校成绩都特别好,所以在政策出台前,美国大学里,尤其是名校都已经充斥了亚裔,所以亚洲人与白人一样,不属于少数民族,不需要被保护。看来成绩太好也是祸啊!3.一般都会演奏某种或者不止一种乐器。 4.喜欢唱卡拉OK。5. 亚裔男生的形象比较nerdy。 (聪明绝顶--学业出色,人际交往能力不强,不太喜欢社交)。此外,在美国媒体眼中,亚裔男生喜欢与电脑相关的事物或是喜欢电脑游戏或是卡通漫画。 6. 在美国土生土长的亚裔女孩比较物质。来自亚洲国家的女孩子的风格都以可爱型为主。(所谓的日韩风,喜欢类似 Hello Kitty的小玩意儿)。7. 亚洲人对武术 (martial arts)都挺有研究。 亚洲人一直在美国被人称为是“model minority (模范少数族裔)。大部分关于亚裔美国人的stereotype都是积极、正面的。尽管如此,很多亚裔美国人仍然提出了“消除种族偏见”的说法。因为背上了那么重的荣誉,有时候在现实生活中是难以承受的。因为别人在了解你之前,先用那些偏见来定义了你,然后再去用stereotype去对你高标准、严要求。于是这种积极正面的“成见”就变成了一种负担,一种障碍。 /200909/83335

  He's gentle, unworldly, highly attentive and charmingly old-fashioned. The catch? The very things that make Keith so attractive to Sarah are symptoms of Asperger's. Anna Moore meets the couples living with this surprisingly common conditionSarah Hendrickx and Keith Newton sit tilted towards one other, laughing a lot and disappearing down the occasional alley of in-jokes, as couples do when they're still in that early, besotted stage.Sarah Hendrickx and Keith Newton at Sarah’s home in Hove. 'He's so gorgeous he could have anyone - but not for long,' she says.Keith has just arrived at Sarah's home in Hove and they're clearly delighted by the prospect of the next few days together. As always, Keith has switched off his mobile phone because, as he puts it, 'my time here is with Sarah'. They won't see anyone else - Keith has no friends of his own and doesn't feel comfortable socialising - but plan to eat lots of chocolate, walk and watch television. 'We spend a lot of time feeling smug,' says Sarah, 'because we see other couples who don't look very happy.'In a few days, though, Keith will drive back to Wickham, Hampshire, 50 miles away, where he lives alone and works as a computer programmer. This will always be the case. Despite meeting five years ago, they won't 'progress' as other couples do. They'll neither live together nor have children. Although there's only a year between them, at 39 Keith is so gangly, gawky, boyish and cute that he could be ten years younger than he is.Yet Sarah - who had a child at 19 and has two marriages behind her - is confident that few women could put up with him. 'God, he's so gorgeous he could have anyone - but not for long,' she says, laughing. 'Three or four months max… then, when the conversation turns to homes and babies and bank accounts, he'd be gone!' The two burst into laughter.It wasn't always like this. The couple met through internet dating and the first stage of their relationship was fiery and fraught. To Sarah, Keith was 'a puzzle'. He'd plainly state that their blissful weekends were enough for him, that he'd never live with her or even move nearer. Sarah frequently found him selfish, cold and distant. Keith found Sarah hard work, demanding and 'screechy'.advertisementUltimately, only one thing allowed them to start again from scratch - they uncovered the reason for Keith's 'insensitivity', his aloofness, the fact that he could see no future with Sarah nor seemed to want one: Keith has Asperger's syndrome (AS).Such a late diagnosis is not uncommon. Asperger's - a developmental condition that falls within the autism spectrum - was identified more than 60 years ago but became a standard diagnosis only in 1992 when it entered the World Health Organisation's diagnostic manual. As a result, the majority of adults with the syndrome almost certainly grew up without knowing they had it.Estimates vary enormously as to the prevalence, but one in 100 people is thought to be on the autism spectrum, and it is more common in males by a ratio of nine to one. People with AS normally have above-average intelligence but great difficulties with empathy, communication and social interaction.People with AS struggle to understand the unwritten social rules that help most of us act and speak appropriately. They find it hard to decipher figures of speech, facial expressions and tones of voice, and are frequently (but unintentionally) concise and literal to the point of rudeness. Since the 'real world' becomes an extremely stressful place, many retreat into their own safe haven of routine, solitude and obsessive special interests.Today AS is likely to be recognised in a child, and his school will be told he needs special support. Twenty years ago, however, he'd be the 'geek' who didn't quite fit but was left to get on with it. And that struggle has continued into adulthood. For someone with AS, the minefield of relationships, marriage and parenthood can be the hardest part of all.Louise Corbett manages the National Autistic Society (NAS) helpline and confirms that more calls are coming from couples who have recognised Asperger's in their relationship.'When I started six years ago most of our calls were made by parents about their children,' she says. 'Now we get more adult-related calls than child-related.' As Asperger's seems to run in families, many women identify it in their husbands - or their husbands see it in themselves - only after their child has been diagnosed and they've the literature. 'They call in absolute shock,' says Corbett. 'Often they've been experiencing difficulties for years without knowing why. There's no way around it: Asperger's can be very hard to live with.'Maxine Aston, the author of Aspergers in Love (Jessica Kingsley, pound;14.95), is one of the few counsellors to work specifically with couples affected by AS. Her surveys and questionnaires from the past decade suggest that 75 per cent of such couples seek counselling. 'I'd almost say AS was a "relationship disorder",' she says. 'It affects communication, interaction and the ability to empathise. Any research will tell you they're the key ingredients for a successful relationship.' In Aston's experience - and desperate clients come from as far as Japan, New Zealand and Canada - Asperger's relationships follow a common pattern.'A huge number seem to meet on dating websites,' she says. 'For someone with AS it's the perfect route.' Where once many people with AS were effectively barred from the dating game, the internet now provides the perfect point of entry (it has, as Aston puts it 'opened the floodgates').Bypassing the enormous challenges involved in chatting someone up, it allows you to make a checklist and then select according to criteria. Although many people with AS are unemployed or underemployed, others are at the top of their profession. 'On paper they look amazing,' says Aston. 'Doctors, IT consultants, engineers, solicitors… They could be in their forties but have never married - so no baggage. The internet also allows them to build a rapport by email,' she continues. 'When they meet, women are often very charmed by this polite, gentle man with an old-fashioned appeal.'This was certainly true for Sarah who found Keith completely different to anyone she had known. 'At the end of our first date he kissed my cheek and shook my hand,' she recalls. 'So different to all the guys that ply you with rioja. Keith seemed so untouched by needless fashion and peer pressure - I thought he was a Buddhist!'advertisementHowever, in Aston's experience, this appeal can wear thin. 'Women fall in love and want to nurture this unworldly, slightly vulnerable man and help him grow up. As the relationship settles, though, they often find their own emotional needs aren't being met.'Someone with AS probably has good intentions,' she goes on. 'He wants to make her happy but can't the signs. At the beginning of the courtship the woman could become his obsession and she has probably never experienced such attention. Five years down the line, when he has focussed on something else and returns from work, yet again forgets to say hello and goes to the garage to take the car apart, things are very different. Women often say to me, "He's either got Asperger's or he's the most selfish man on the planet."'Another problem can be the isolation. People with AS frequently have sensory difficulties - loud noise, strong smells and bright lights can be almost painful. This, coupled with difficulties in social interaction, means that parties, family gatherings and big birthdays drop off the radar.'I once saw a couple in their eighties who, after 50 years of marriage, realised what the problem was,' says Aston. 'They decided to stay together, but she bought a cottage up the road and he visited for meals. She could have friends and family over and he had space for his routine and interests. Quite a few couples decide to stay together but live apart.'Penny Jones, an accountant from Oxford, tried this, following the diagnosis of her husband Chris, an IT consultant, six years ago. Chris learnt about AS through a television programme while he was off work with stress. He subsequently saw a specialist who placed him high on the Asperger's scale.'We got together in 1995 and he'd always been very unusual,' says Penny. 'There are lots of positives about Asperger's. I like its straightforwardness. There's no game-playing. Chris was the first person I had met who just let people be themselves. Most men want you to be a bit more like this or more like that. Chris just accepts you. He's also very intelligent - he has an IQ of over 150 - and very funny.'However, AS was hard to live with. 'He did lock himself in the room with the computer,' she says. 'We were under the same roof but not together. Rarely did we share the preparation and clearing away of meals because Chris couldn't stand the noise of cutlery and crockery.'When their children were born - Luke is nine and Beth is seven - Chris found the chaos of family life even more difficult. 'It wasn't predictable and calm enough. Family holidays we gave up on,' she says. 'He would try his best but by day three, without his familiarity, his routine, his computer, you could see all his systems shutting down. Then he'd spend each day with a large crate of beer in front of the television while I took the children out. Chris drank vast quantities to cope with Asperger's - that was another problem.'When Chris moved out, the plan had been that they would remain a couple, but in the end this didn't work out. 'He drank far less and was clearly so much happier in his own space,' says Penny. 'He would spend a few hours with us, then go home to his bolthole and not talk to anyone for 24 hours. In the end, I couldn't cope with the massive periods of time alone.' The couple divorced last year.Conventional counselling isn't recommended for AS couples - in fact, it frequently makes things worse. 'Counselling works on empathy,' says Maxine Aston, 'helping you understand each other's point of view. That won't happen if you have AS. You might be told to spend ten minutes a day talking about your emotions. Someone with AS can't do it, feels pressurised and disappointment sets in.' For this reason, the NAS has a (small) database of couples counsellors who specialise in AS - of which Aston is one.There are many strategies that can help. One is to write things down instead of saying them. Another is for the non-Asperger's half in the relationship to spell things out in no uncertain terms. ('I am feeling sad and would like a hug'), rather than hope their partner will the cues. However, the key is understanding the Asperger's label, accepting its limitations and adjusting expectations. 'It's almost like blaming it on the Asperger's,' says Aston.The diagnosis that saved Keith and Sarah almost happened by accident - Sarah got a job working with ASpire, a charity that supports adults with Asperger's. The more she learnt, the more she recognised in Keith. 'At first, I thought it was just a mad, crazy Sarah idea,' he says. 'But as I researched it, the similarities became too great to ignore.'advertisementLearning about AS, he says, was 'life-changing'. Suddenly what Sarah describes as his 'isolated, biscuit-eating life' made sense. Keith had been bullied at school and gone through university with no friends at all. He'd had only two jobs in his life doing the same thing and two very short-lived relationships (the first at 31). 'From an early age you try to join the world, but gradually, with rejection and not being able to understand social situations, it becomes too taxing,' he says. 'I wanted relationships with women but didn't have the confidence, the tools or the means.'In Sarah, Keith has found the perfect partner. She works with AS adults for a living and now understands his thought processes and almost speaks his language. She can foresee stressful situations, accepts his frequent need to be alone and rarely asks for more than Keith can give.In return, she has a charming, quirky, logical and attentive partner who is still touchingly old-fashioned - he always opens doors for her, carries her shopping and whips off her glasses to clean them if he sees they are dirty. Most importantly, the two clearly love each other's company, share the same sense of humour - and have co-written a book, Asperger Syndrome - A Love Story (Jessica Kingsley, pound;12.99), to show that happy endings are possible, even if they're not quite the endings originally envisaged.There are no plans of marriage or moving in, and Keith certainly doesn't think he could cope with children. But they seem like soul mates. 'With Sarah, I get acceptance and understanding,' says Keith. 'I don't necessarily want to join the rest of the world - but I'd like someone to join me in mine. I'd like to know at the end of my life that there's been one person who got me. That's what Sarah does for me.' /200809/47533。

  The research shows men who spend even a few minutes in the company of an attractive woman perform less well in tests designed to measure brain function than those who chat to someone they do not find attractive.一项研究表明,男性在与迷人的女性聊上几分钟后,在脑功能测试中的表现要逊色于那些仅和相貌平庸的女性聊过天的男人。Researchers who carried out the study, published in the Journal of Experimental and Social Psychology, think the reason may be that men use up so much of their brain function or "cognitive resources" trying to impress beautiful women, they have little left for other tasks.研究结果发表在《实验与社会心理学期刊》上,研究人员认为也许是因为男性在想法设法吸引漂亮女性时,消耗了太多的脑功能或“认知资源”。The findings have implications for the performance of men who flirt with women in the workplace, or even exam results in mixed-sex schools.该发现或许可以有助于理解在工作场所与女性调情的男性的表现,或者甚至在男女混合学校的考试成绩。Women, however, were not affected by chatting to a handsome man.然而女人则不会因为和帅哥聊天而受到影响。This may be simply because men are programmed by evolution to think more about mating opportunities.这也许不过是因为男人在进化时就被设定为要为“交配机会”多操心一些。Psychologists at Radboud University in The Netherlands carried out the study after one of them was so struck on impressing an attractive woman he had never met before, that he could not remember his address when she asked him where he lived.荷兰内梅亨大学的心理学家们作此研究缘起他们中的一位在与一个从未谋面的美女搭讪时遇到了麻烦,当她问起他住哪时,他居然忘记了自己的住址! /200912/91780

  怎样才能既时髦又舒适?Look cool and feel comfyHow to look cool and feel comfy?Today's fashions, such as slinky stilettos,skin-tighthipster jeans and cute hand-held purses, may look sharp but may not be all that great for your body .These tips will help you stay fashionable and comfortable:1. Wear high heels, but bring along a pair of flats to change into should your feet start screaming in pain.2. If shoes are uncomfortable when you stand, they're likely to feel even worse when you walk. The wrong shoes can affect the body's centre of gravity.3. While sitting for any length of time, take frequent standing breaks to alleviate atrophy of the hamstring muscles.4. If you like tight clothes, choose items that allow you to perform daily tasks with ease. These days, body-hugging clothes are mostly made ofstretchfabric - hooray!5. When carrying a bag or briefcase, switch sides frequently to avoid placing the bulk of weight on only one side of your body.6. Empty junk and other unnecessary items - old receipts, business cards, gum wrappers, etc - from your bag to make it lighter.7. Guys, if you're driving or sitting for long periods, remove your wallet or card holder from your back pocket. 时髦细高跟鞋、时尚紧身牛仔裤和可爱手提包等如今的时尚饰看起来很时髦,但对你的身体可不一定有好处。不过,下面的小提示可以让你既时髦又舒适。1. 穿高跟鞋时带一双平跟鞋,感到脚痛的时候换上。2. 如果穿鞋站着都不舒,那走起路来会更难受。穿不舒的鞋会影响身体的重心。3. 坐了一段时间之后,时不时的站起来活动一下,可以避免腿部肌肉萎缩。4. 如果你喜欢穿紧身的衣,那穿着它干活一定要舒。值得庆幸的是,如今的紧身衣大多是用弹性面料制成的。5. 拎手提包或公文包时,两边要频繁的换着拎,避免让身体的一侧负担过重。6. 把包里的旧收据、商务名片、口香糖包装纸等垃圾和其他一些不需要的东西清理掉,减轻包的重量。7. 如果你要长时间开车或要坐很久,记得把钱包和名片夹从裤子后面的口袋里拿出来。Vocabulary:skin-tight : 紧身的stretch : made of an elastic material(具有弹性的) /200803/32064Five Reasons Why Your Man is Cheating on YouLadies Some Reasons Why Your Man Is Cheating.Face it ladies alot of men love to cheat and we always want to know the reasons why they did what they did, but the truth is that the relationship might be lacking in one area or another. If you want to know some reasons why your man cheated on you just continue ing down below.1. Men Need Alot Of Spice- Men crave alot of spice in their life they need variety in all areas of their life. You see when a man’s sex life tends to become a repetitive routine they start to look for more spice in their sex life and that is one reason why men tend to cheat on their partners. You need to keep your man guessing or else they will start to wander which often leads to alot of heartache in the end.男人渴望自由:男人希望多姿多的变化不定的生活。当生活开始安定,一成不变的时候,他们开始寻找新的变化。 /200911/89612西式糕点的起源:  古埃及、古希腊和古罗马是世界上较早开始制 作面包和蛋糕的国家。古埃及有一幅绘画,展示了公元前1175 年底比斯城的宫廷焙烤场面—有组织的烘焙作坊和模具在当时已经出现。据统计,当时古埃及帝国的面包和蛋糕品种已达16 种之多。而古希腊则最早将甜味剂加入食品。早期糕点所用的甜味剂是蜂蜜,蜂蜜蛋糕香甜松软,曾一度风行欧洲。古希腊人还制作了一种嵌有葡萄和杏仁的塔(tart,果馅饼),这也许是最早的蛋糕塔。在古罗马时代,随着焙烤技术的进步,点心变得更加精致化,奶酪蛋糕便源于这一时期。  布丁类:  布丁(pudding)是一种冷冻的甜品,类似果冻,主要材料为鸡蛋。它是一种英国的传统食品。现在布丁的制作方法是由当时的萨克逊人所传授下来的。中世纪的修道院则把“水果和燕麦粥的 混合物”称为“布丁”。这种布丁是在16 世纪伊丽莎白一世时代出现的,它由肉汁、果汁、水果干及面粉一起调配制成。17 世纪和 18 世纪的布丁是用蛋、牛奶以及面粉为材料制作而成。  · 绿茶布丁:Green Tea Pudding  · 芒果布丁:Mango Pudding  · 香草布丁:Vanilla Pudding  · 焦糖布丁: Cream Caramel / Caramel Custard /200912/90941

  How often do you have a really strong gut instinct and it proves to be wrong? How often do you override that instinct and then kick yourself later on? My guess would be that if you’re anything like the people that come to me for life coaching the answers are hardly ever and always.Everybody knows intuitively that they have solid instincts. I have never met anybody either professionally or socially that says. “My gut feeling is terrible, I’m always getting in a mess by listening to myself, what can I do about it?” How weird is that? It seems to me it’s a universal truth.Although at this point I have to confess I only know a small percentage of people when we look at it from a global perspective. In fact, we are probably talking about 0.000005% of the population; so statistically speaking it’s about as accurate as a blind baseball pitcher with Meniere’s disease.Having said that, I’m prepared to bet that you don’t disagree with me. In fact, I’ll go as far to say that if you can honestly say you believe your gut instinct lets you down on a regular basis, drop me an e-mail and I’ll mail you a copy of my book with instructions on how to operate it, because you’re going to need them.The conscious human mind can only deal with 7 + or – 2 pieces of information at once. Until you this sentence you almost certainly aren’t aware of your left foot. But hey, presto, now you are! Way to go on shifting your awareness like a Zen Master. If you lost your foot in a freak fairground accident last week I apologize for my lack of tact. I hope you can forgive me and please accept my best wishes for a speedy recovery hoppy.The fact is, you have to constantly delete information from your conscious mind, otherwise you’d go into sensory overload. Try and do it now if you have any doubt. Place your awareness in your right hand, now your left hand too. Now move to your feet and remain aware of your hands. Easy? Maybe, but that’s still only 4, so try thinking about what your lower back feels like without letting your attention move from your hands. By now you will be starting to struggle, but if you’re not keep going and you soon will be.Think of your conscious mind as being like the RAM on your computer. It does lots of good stuff and it’s nice to have around and all that, but hey c’mon, it’s no hard drive! That is like the difference between your conscious and unconscious mind.Your unconscious mind can do lots of stuff easily without you ever having to intervene. I presume your heart is beating, your food is being digested, and you do not have to remember to blink your eyes or maintain your blood pressure, right? If not you maybe dead, so stop ing now and call for an ambulance and/or an undertaker.What happens when you get a strong gut feeling is that your unconscious mind is trying to tell you what it thinks in the only way it knows how, with feelings. It can’t talk to you because it’s unconscious, hence the rather obvious name. It has done lots of calculations, looked at all the permutations, given it serious consideration and is now shouting “Whoa there big fella, it aint a great idea to poke that skunk with a stick” Of course the ‘shout’ can manifest itself in any number of ways. You may get sweaty palms, a nauseous feeling or just a sense of something not being quite right.So what do most people do when they get a strong gut feeling?That’s right, they override it. Because it doesn’t make logical sense on the surface, skunk poking notwithstanding, it tends to get dismissed. A feeling is just that, a feeling, it can be hard to put into words. When we can’t explain logically why we think something is a bad or even for that matter a good idea, we can tend to either ignore it completely or use faulty logic to dismiss it out of hand.Some people (kinesthetics) find to very easy to tune into their feelings, but truly kinesthetic people account for less than 15% of the population. If you’re not one of the lucky few then you’ll have to pay extra special attention. Tune in to your body more often and start to recognize the patterns an when it’s trying to tell you something.If your unconscious is saying don’t take that job, go on that date, poke that skunk - take heed. It knows what it’s talking about and it has your best interests at heart. The alternative it to disregard it as some weird nebulous feeling that’s come out of nowhere and almost certainly live to regret it. /200901/606491. 采一轮松间明月供你观赏,织一件秋日的凉爽为你披上,斟一杯月宫的琼浆醉你心上,做一份仲秋的祝福圆你梦乡。  An inter-mining Mingyue for your viewing, weave a cool autumn you covered, as appropriate pieces of glass Moon Palace drunken your heart, and do a blessing Zhong Yuan your dreams.2.又是一年月圆夜,月下为你许三愿:一愿美梦好似月儿圆,二愿日子更比月饼甜,三愿美貌犹如月中仙。2001 is a full moon night, on three-under for you to: a child to dream of a round like, two days more than willing to sweet cakes, like beauty to three months cents.3.这个最美丽的节日,想送你最特别的祝福。The most beautiful holiday, you want to send a special blessing. /200909/85673

  在睡前的一段时间里你吃喝了什么对你的睡眠质量有着很大的影响。   1. Eating too much or too little can disrupt sleep. A light snack at bedtime can promote sleep, but too much food can cause digestive discomfort that leads to wakefulness.  吃太多或者吃太少都会扰乱睡眠。睡前吃一点小点心可以促进睡眠,但是吃太多就会引起消化不良导致失眠。   2. Alcohol is a double edged sword. Small amounts of alcohol can help you to fall asleep. But as the body metabolises the alcohol, sleep may become fragmented. Alcohol can dehydrate you, leaving you tired the next day.   饮酒是双刃剑。少量的酒精可以帮助你入睡。但是当身体开始新陈代谢酒精时,睡眠就会开始断断续续的。酒精会让你身体脱水,第二天就会变的很疲惫。 3. Caffeine can disturb sleep. For some people, any food or beverage with caffeine in it can disturb sleep. If you are sensitive to caffeine, avoid it in the afternoon and evening.   咖啡因会打扰睡眠。对一些人来说,任何带有咖啡因的食物都可能打扰到睡眠。如果你对咖啡因敏感的话,在中午和晚上就避免饮用。   4. Cut the fat. If you have a high-fat meal in the evening or eat foods that cause you indigestion and heartburn, your sleep can be disturbed.   减少脂肪摄入。如果你在晚上吃了太多肉会引起你消化不良内脏不舒的话,你的睡眠质量会很差。 5. Do not eat late at night. Sufferers from heartburn or acid reflux should avoid late, heavy meals that delay the emptying of the stomach.   不要在深夜吃东西。想要避免内脏不舒胃酸上涌等症状久应该避免在深夜还吃很多难以消化的食物。  6..Drinking fluids too close to bedtime can cause problems. Avoid fluids after dinner to reduce the need to go to the bathroom during the night.   睡前喝太多东西也会出问题。避免晚饭后喝太多东西可以降低晚上起夜上厕所的困扰。 /201008/111841

  【中英文对照】A cup of freshly ground coffee is what it takes to get some people moving in the morning.清晨起来,一杯新鲜的研磨咖啡可以让人精力充沛。But, according to a study, it may be the aroma rather than the coffee itself that does the trick.但一项最新的研究表明,这种功效可能是咖啡的香气而不是咖啡本身产生的。Researchers believe that the aroma of roasted coffee beans can soothe frayed nerves--and that just the whiff could be enough to reverse the effects of a poor night's sleep on the brain.研究人员相信,烘培咖啡豆的香气可以安抚紧张的神经——而且只是一点点香气就可以缓解整夜失眠对大脑造成的影响。Aroma: Just smelling coffee can help cure tiredness better than drinking a cup香气:仅仅闻咖啡比喝一杯咖啡更能帮助缓解疲劳。They said that chemicals extracted from coffee and pumped into the air may one day be used as a way of reviving tired people.他们说,早晚有一天可以通过提取咖啡中的化学物质并释放到空气中,来缓解人们的疲劳。 /200906/73637。

  You’re waiting for something to change in your life before you can be happy. You might think if only you had a different partner (or one at all), a better job, or kids that did their homework then surely you’d be happy. Surely then you’d wake each morning with the glow of one living a life worth loving. Enough! Here are 7 ways to get started:你在等待你生命中出现转机,然后你才能开心。你可能认为只有等你有了一个不同的搭档 (或是所有的一切),一个更好的工作,或者是孩子完成了他们的家庭作业之后你才能开心。这样你才能每天醒来的时候伴着一缕希望。 够了!这里有5种方法让你开始新生:1. Be present – You must be aware of your current existence and that you have control over your perspective. Whether you’re willing away early morning grouchiness or seeing a messy house as a chance to teach teamwork, your choice of perspective will make all the difference between just living and loving.1. 活在当下 – 你必须意识到你的现在,你可以掌控自己的观点。无论你是想逃离晨间抱怨或是见到一团糟的屋子,作为一次团队精神教育。你对观点的选择会在生活和爱产生不同的结果.2. Practice gratefulness – Every day, no excuses. Pretend to be grateful if you must. It’s one of those things that catches up to you quickly as life reciprocates your emotional generosity. Seeing the good in your life will allow you to keep your heart fed while you work to change the more unsavory parts. Try it. Live it. You’ll love it.2. 学会感恩 – 每天都要感恩,不要用任何借口逃避。 如果有必要的话装也要装着感恩。这是一样能迅速赶上你就像生活回报你在感情上的宽容。当你尝试改变生活中不好的地方时,发现生活之美会让你的心暖洋洋。尝试一下,这样的生活,你会爱上的。3. Pursue balance - As a person given to extremes this has always been a tough one for me. I’ll go from taking great care of myself and communicating well to abandonment and silence as I let work consume me. The pursuit of balance requires constant adjustment as your life shifts but every time I really try for the middle I end up happier about my life. And that’s truly the point.3. 寻求平衡 - 做一个极端的人对我来说很艰难。我将会更加关怀我自己,从联络能力良好到置之不理再到保持静默,就好像我让工作毁了我自己。这种对平衡的追求要求随着你的生活转变不断进行调整,但是每次我试着求得平衡,我的生活就更加开心,这才是最重要的。 /201101/122595

  Women Steer More Charitable Giving摘要:女性掌管着美国一半以上的财富,同时正将越来越多的钱投入慈善事业。Women control more than half of the nation's wealth, and are channeling more of that money into philanthropy.As affluent women take charge of family or business giving decisions, they are directing more donations toward historically underfunded causes. Some are joining forces to make their philanthropic dollars go farther.Last week, 100 wealthy women, including Jennifer Buffett, daughter-in-law of billionaire investor Warren Buffett, and Walt Disney Co. scion Abby Disney, said they would each give million or more to grant-making organizations focused on women and girls.As part of an initiative called Women Moving Millions, launched by sisters Helen Lakelly Hunt and Swanee Hunt in partnership with the San Francisco-based Women's Funding Network, more than 6 million have been pledged to benefit 43 organizations world-wide.A sizable group of women are 'waking up to the fact that we have the voice, power and money to bring to the table,' says Ms. Buffett, who heads the NoVo Foundation along with her husband, Peter.Propelled by a hefty 2006 pledge from Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. class B shares, the foundation focuses on causes that empower young women and girls. Peter and Jennifer Buffett are co-chairmen of the foundation's board, but Ms. Buffett oversees policy and program development and serves as NoVo's president.The economic clout is aly there: Women control almost 60% of the nation's wealth and 80% of purchases, while occupying about half of the managerial and professional jobs in the U.S., according to research from OppenheimerFunds Distributor Inc.The key for affluent women now is to recognize that ability, influence and access and do something with it, says Andrea Pactor, the associate director of the Women's Philanthropy Institute at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.Women are more likely than men to be donors to charity and give more than their male counterparts, particularly at the highest income range, she says. /200905/71292

  Boat BathtubUnique boat shaped bathtub made by Dutch designer Wieki Somers. 船型浴缸由荷兰设计师Wieki Somers设计的独特的船形浴缸。 /201104/132775

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