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Conference lanyards are often made of nice sturdy woven webbing. They seem like they ought to have plenty of uses, like replacement shoelaces or camera straps. After enough conferences, they start to look like an awful lot of raw material. Even enough to make a bag. 开会用的吊牌大多是由漂亮而又结实的带子制成。它们应该有更多的用处,比如做鞋带或照相机带。开会开太多了,这么多吊牌留着也是个麻烦啊……对了,为何不废物利用,把它编成个包呢?以后去开会就带这个包去,绝对回头率100%。【动手来试试】 /201104/132984章丘市妇幼保健院收费好不好Being in a relationship pays in more ways than one. Aside from the obvious benefits of a daily intimate association, parents are more willing to dish out the pocket money if their child is involved with a significant other.   谈一场恋爱可谓是益处多多。最显而易见的便是能享受每天与恋人的亲密接触,如果子女与另一半坠入爱河,除此之外,父母也愿意拿出更多钱为子女的爱情买单。  When the new school year began this month, Lin Xingyun, a senior at Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications School of Humanities, received 20,000 yuan (,958) from her parents.  这个月新学期伊始,林星云(音译),一名来自北京邮电大学人文学院的大三学生从父母那里得到了两万元人民币,折合2985美元。  About 5,000 yuan of that was for her annual tuition fees, and 8,000 was for living expenses, but about 7,000 yuan was effectively to cover the cost of maintaining her relationship.  这其中有5000元的学费,还有8000元的生活费。剩下的7000元都将用作经营恋情的开销。  After falling in love with a schoolmate in her second year at university, her mother began giving her more money, about 30 percent more than the year before."After finding a boyfriend, my parents loosened up," Lin said.  自从林星云念大二时与本校的一名校友谈恋爱后,她妈妈就开始给她更多的零用钱,大约比往年多30%。林星云说:“有了男朋友之后,我父母变得大方了,对零用钱限制放宽了。” /201009/114691济南市第八人民医院在那每个人都向往永恒的爱情。而事实上,日常生活中有许许多多的"绊脚石"正在悄然无声地影响着恋人们的爱情。认识到这些“绊脚石”(wrecker)后,我们又能采取哪些措施呢?英国《每日邮报》顾问Andrew Marshall问道:“爱情的保质期比以前更短了么?人们分手的频率更快了么?”阅读下文,专家将为你爱情变量表中的上升和下降趋势,教你如何阻止爱情变质。 Relationships are changing faster than ever before? and so are the triggers for break-ups, says counsellor Andrew Marshall. Here is the authoritative guide to what's going up and what's going down in the argument charts and how to stop your relationship being derailed:1. 降低期望值(上升趋势) One: Low Expectations (GOING UP)我们“期望”爱情失败。“男人没一个好东西”和“女人都神经错乱”的想法已经从好友间的玩笑变成了自我应验的预言。我们等着新男友/女友犯错误,然后再将错误放大。 We expect relationships to fail. The "all men are bastards" mind set and "all women are bunny boilers" mentality has sp from being a joke with our mates into a self-fulfilling prophecy. We wait for our new boyfriend or girlfriend to trip up and then zoom in on their mistakes.解决方法:如今,人们对不完美事物的容忍度大不如前。但是,如果我们能秉持坚持不懈的态度,更加相信自己,或许,我们不仅能解决这些潜在问题,更能收获一份亲密、美好的爱情。 Solve it: Today we are less willing to tolerate anything that is not 100 per cent perfect. Yet if we all hung in longer and believed in ourselves more, we would address the underlying issues and reap the rewards of a truly intimate and satisfying relationship. /201008/110914【中英对照】1. Compliment three people every day.每天问候3个人。2. Watch a sunrise. 看日出。 3. Be the first to say "Hello."首先向别人打招呼。4. Live beneath your means.靠自己的力量生活。5. Treat everyone as you want to be treated.像自己希望得到善待一样善待他人。6. Never give up on anybody; miracles happen.不对任何人绝望;奇迹随时会发生。7. Remember someone's name.铭记每个人的名字。8. Pray not for things, but for wisdom and courage.不要祈求得到什么东西,但可以祈求智慧和勇气。9. Be tough-minded, but tender hearted.意志要坚强,但心地要善良。10. Be kinder than you have to be.要比自己本质更仁慈。 /200906/72980济南90医院宫颈炎

济南人工无痛人流价格济南市阳光女子无痛取环Search engine to use online queries to predict health trends before official health bodiesGoogle aly has a window into our souls through our internet searches and it now has insight into our ailing bodies too.The internet giant is using its vast database of individual search terms to predict the emergence of flu up to two weeks before government epidemiologists.Google Flu Trends uses the tendency of people to seek online help for their health problems.By tracking searches for terms such as 'cough', 'fever' and 'aches and pains' it claims to be able to accurately estimate where flu is circulating.Google tested the idea in nine regions of the US and found it could accurately predict flu outbreaks between seven and 14 days earlier than the federal centres for disease control and prevention.Google hopes the idea could also be used to help track other diseases. Flu Trends is limited to the US.Jeremy Ginsberg and Matt Mohebb, two software engineers involved in the project, said: "Patterns in Google search queries can be very informative."In a blogpost on the project they wrote: "It turns out that traditional flu surveillance systems take one-two weeks to collect and release surveillance data but Google search queries can be automatically counted very quickly."By making our estimates available each day, Flu Trends may provide an early-warning system for outbreaks of influenza."They explained that private information health would be kept confidential. " Flu Trends can never be used to identify individual users because we rely on anonymised, aggregated counts of how often certain search queries occur each week."A paper on the project has been accepted by the respected journal Nature."This seems like a clever way of using data that is created unintentionally by the users of Google to see patterns in the world that would otherwise be invisible," Thomas Malone, a professor at the MIT Sloan school of management, told the New York Times. 在官方的健康组织还没有发布健康趋势之前,搜索引擎就能利用网上的搜索查询内容来预测它。在我们用Google进行网上搜索的时候, 她已经打开我们心灵的窗户,现在她又要洞察我们的病体。这个互联网的巨人正在利用她收集到的无数个人搜索词汇数据赶在政府流行病学家之前两个星期来预测流感的出现。Google流感趋势项目就是利用了人们在网上对他们的健康问题寻求帮助的趋势来预测流感。通过追踪像“咳嗽”,“发烧”和“疼痛”这样的词汇,它表明已经能够准确地判断流感在哪里扩散。Google在美国的九个地区就这一观点做了测试并且发现她比联邦疾病控制和预防中心提前了7到14天准确预测了流感的爆发。Google希望这一发现同样能帮助预测别的流行病。流感预测目前也只是限于在美国。参与这一项目的两名软件工程师Jeremy Ginsberg 和Matt Mohebb 说, “ Google搜索显示的数据分布模式非常有价值。” 他们还在关于这一项目的日志中写到: 结果是传统的流感监测系统要用一到两个星期来收集和发布监测数据而Google搜索查询统计却是在很短的时间内自动完成的。“通过我们每天的评估,流感趋势项目可以为流感的爆发提供一个早期预警系统。”他们还解释说,会为私人的健康信息保密。“流感趋势项目绝不用来透漏个人使用者的身份,因为我们依靠匿名的汇总的计数来知道一定的查询内容在每个星期发生的频率。”著名期刊《自然》已经准备刊登关于这一项目的论文。麻省理工学院斯隆商学院的教授Thomas Malone在接受《纽约时报》采访时说,“使用Google 用户无意创造的数据来看世界上原本看不见的模式,这看起来是一个聪明的做法。” /200811/56945聊城市检查全身多少钱The claim: Cell phones cause brain cancer.One Swedish study published last year found a link between long-term use of the older analog cell phones and brain cancer; research in rats has shown a link between cell-phone radiation and potentially cancer-causing DNA damage.The counterclaim: Cell phones are safe.The largest study to date, published last February in the Journal of the national Cancer Institute, surveyed 420,000 cell-phone users from 1992 and 20055 and concluded there was no evidence of a brain-cancer link. Two smaller studies, published last December in the Journal of the American medical Association and the New England Journal of Medicine, came to similar conclusions.Expert analysis:Cancer experts feel that cell phones are safe for short-term use--but note that more long-term research is needed. "Studies show that using cell phones for ten or fifteen years doesn't seem to increase brain cancer risk, but we don't have any research that goes beyond that," says Gansler. He points out that the analog phones in the Swedish study emit much more radiation than today's digital ones. And as for laboratory studies, " Results are much different in a test tube or a rat than they are in humans," he adds. But other experts are more cautious. "Brain tumors grow slowly and may not be detected for more than a decade," warns Henry Lai, Ph.D., professor of bioengineering at the University of Washington, in Seattle.The bottom line:Until 20-or 30-year studies are available to demonstrate cell-phone safety, take some precautions. Start with a hands-free headset, which may minimize exposure to radiation. Keep your phone away from your body when you're not using it. Joshua Muscat, Ph.D., of the American Health Foundation in Valhalla, New York, also recommends using the newer digital phones, which have less radiation than analog. Don't use it when signal strength is poor, since that means the phone has to work harder, causing it to emit more radiation. And keep your kids off cell phones, since researchers don't know how radiation affects a developing brain. As for devices that claim to protect against radiation," There's no evidence that they work," says Muscat. /200812/59213济南第七人民医院体检收费标准

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