南充微创除皱的价格爱生活

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这是关于一个女孩、女人、女性的成长漫画On A Claire Day:亲情、友情、爱情;家庭,朋友、婚姻,工作,生活……一切的一切~今日嘱咐:手牵手,一步两步三步四步望着天,看米饭一粒两粒三粒四粒连成线……!译者:koogle万圣节是西方传统节日。万圣节前夜,当夜幕降临,孩子们穿上五颜六色的化妆,戴上千奇百怪的面具。有的披上漆黑长衫,骑着“魔帚”,扮作女巫;有的裹上白床单装鬼;有的戴上画有骷髅旗的帽子扮成海盗…… Next to Christmas, Halloween is the most commercialized celebration in the ed States and Canada. This ancient festival originated far from North America however, and centuries before the first European set foot on the continent. The ancient Druids 督伊德教(古代高卢人与不列颠人的一种宗教)的教徒 who inhabited what we now call Great Britain placed great importance on the passing of one season to the next, holding "Fire Festivals" which were celebrated for three days (two days on either side of the day itself). One of these festivals was called Samhain (pronounced Sha-Von) and it took place on October 31 through to November 1. During this period, it was believed that the boundaries between our world and the world of the dead were weakened, allowing spirits of the recently dead to cross over and possess the living. In order to make themselves and their homes less inviting to these wayward spirits, the ancient Celts(凯尔特人)would douse (插入水中, 把弄熄, 弄湿)all their fires. There was also a secondary purpose to this, after extinguishing all their fires, they would re-light them from a common source, the Druidic fire that was kept burning at Usinach, in the Middle of Ireland. Samhain was considered to be a gateway not only from the land of the dead to the land of the living, but also between Summer and Fall/Winter. For the Druids, this was the last gasp (喘息, 气喘)of summer (it was also the Celtic New Year), so therefore they made sure it went out with a bang before they had to button down (把...弄清楚)for the winter ahead. They would dress up in bizarre costumes and parade through their villages causing destruction in order to scare off any recently departed souls who might be prowling (巡游)for bodies to inhabit, in addition to burning animals and other offerings to the Druidic deities(神, 神性). It is also a popular belief that they would burn people who they believed to be possessed, but this has largely been debunked (揭穿, 拆穿假面具, 暴露)as myth. This yearly festival was adopted by the Roman invaders, who helped to propagate (传播, 宣传)it throughout the rest of the world (and at that time, the Roman Empire was the world). The word "Halloween" itself actually comes from a contraction of All Hallows Eve, or All Saint's Day (November 1), which is a Catholic day of observance in honor of saints. This tradition was later brought to the North American continent by Irish immigrants who were escaping the Potato Famine in their homeland. In addition to the festival itself, the immigrants brought several customs with them, including one of the symbols most commonly associated with Halloween -- the Jack 'O Lantern. According to Irish folklore, there once lived a man named Jack who was known for being a drunk and a prankster(顽皮的人, 爱开玩笑的人). One night Jack tricked the devil into climbing a tree, and quickly carved an image of a cross on the trunk, trapping the devil. Jack then made him promise that, in exchange for letting him out of the tree, the Devil would never tempt him to sin again. He reluctantly agreed, but was able to exact his revenge upon Jack's death. Because of his mischievous ways in life, Jack was barred from entering heaven and because of his earlier trick, he was also barred from hell. So he was doomed to wander the earth until the end of time, with only a single ember(灰烬, 余烬) (carried in a hollowed out turnip.[植]芜箐, 芜箐甘蓝) to warm him and light his way. In Ireland, they originally also used turnips for their "Jack Lanterns", but upon arriving in the new world, they discovered that pumpkins were abundant and easier to carve out.- /200804/36478

近日发表在英国《神经学期刊》的文章称,IQ较低者容易患上一种常见的血管痴呆症。A lower IQ increases a person's risk of developing a common form of dementia(痴呆), a study found on Wednesday. The study published in the journal Neurology examined Scottish children who took a test of their mental ability in 1932 and found that those with lower IQs were more likely to develop vascular dementia decades later."In this case these people had the same backgrounds and exposure to environmental factors compared to their counterparts with higher IQs who did not get vascular dementia later in life," said John Starr, a geriatrician(老年病学专家) at the University of Edinburgh, who led the study."There is something about your mental ability that adds further to your risk of vascular dementia."Vascular dementia, the second most common form of dementia after Alzheimer's disease (脑萎缩(阿尔茨海默病)), is often associated with stroke. High blood pressure and smoking are risk factors.The team also looked at Alzheimer's but found no link between mental ability and that disease, suggesting there is no evidence for the idea that people with higher IQs have a "cognitive reserve" to draw on to delay onset of the condition.The researchers do not know why IQ may lead to vascular dementia but Starr said mental ability could indicate how well the brain functions in doing things like controlling blood pressure."It may be that IQ is a measure of system integrity," Starr said in a telephone interview. "The IQ may reflect something about the brain and the brain's control over vascular disease later on."The researchers studied 172 people with dementia who took the IQ test when they were 11 years old and compared them to people of the same age and gender of similar neighbourhoods and backgrounds.To control the study even more closely, they compared the people with dementia to people whose fathers had similar occupations and found that overall those with vascular dementia were 40 percent more likely to have low test scores. /200806/43072A man was hit by a cab in the street. He was brought to the hospital. His wife who was standing up by his bed, said to the doctor: ;I think that he is very ill.;  ;I am afraid that he is dead.; said the doctor.  Hearing this, the man moved his head and said: ;I#39;m not dead. I#39;m still alive.;  ;Be quiet, ; said the wife. ;the doctor knows better than you!;一个男人在街上被出租车撞倒送进了医院。他的妻子站在他的床前对医生说:“我想他伤得很厉害。”  医生说:“恐怕他已经死了。”  听到医生的话,这个男人转动着头说:“我没死,我还活着。”  妻子说:“安静,医生比你懂得多。”

South Korea’s growing obsession with plastic surgery became apparent when pictures of a group of aspiring beauty queens posted online prompted claims that cosmetic procedures have left all the contestants looking the same.一组韩国候选人的照片发布到网上后引起了热议,当你看到这组照片时,请不要太惊讶于她们惊人相似的容貌,因为整容手术已经风靡全韩。Pictures of the 20 Miss Korea 2013 finalists were posted on Reddit fuelling speculation that many of them had undergone surgery and prompting users to criticize the Asian nation’s growing trend to go under the knife. And their apparent similarity prompted Reddit user ShenTheWise to post their pictures online, suggesting that many of those vying for the Miss Korea title this year have had similar surgery二十位2013韩国的照片最近被传到了红迪网上,网络流传着大部分韩国都接受过整容手术的推测,网友还批评了这个亚洲国家人民爱“动刀子”的整容风潮。由于她们惊人相似的容貌,红迪网的用户ShenTheWise上传了她们的照片并表示她们中的大多数人一定是做了类似的手术。The popularity of surgery, particularly among the young, has been blamed by some on a desire to look more ‘western’ fuelled by an obsession with celebrity culture.年轻人都想要通过手术使自己看起来更加“西化” ,再加上对明星文化的痴迷,所以整容手术尤其是在年轻人中极为流行,这种风潮也被不少人谴责。“This is called the Korean plastic face look. In certain areas of Seoul, you would think all the women are sisters because they look so similar due to same surgeries.”“这被称作韩国的‘整容脸’。在首尔的某些地方,你会错把很多女人当成,因为她们经过手术后看起来太像了。”The pageant sparked controversy last year when pictures emerged of winner Kim Yu-Mi before she had undergone plastic surgery, with many claiming that cosmetic procedures give contestants an unfair advantage.去年,2012年韩国冠军金有美整容前照片的曝光引起了很大争议,很多人说整容手术对于这类选美比赛并不公平。While the popularity of cosmetic surgery in South Korea may come as a surprise to many, the industry there is in fact booming. Last year, 20 per cent of women aged 19 to 49 in the capital city of Seoul admitted to going under the knife.虽然韩国整容手术的流行度也许会使很多人震惊,但其实整容业在那里已经发展得十分成熟了。去年,首都首尔20%的19至49岁女性都承认自己曾“动过刀”。 /201305/241563The need to smile all day at work is turning young South Koreans towards a surgical procedure that lifts the corners of their mouths.韩国人希望工作时能够整天面带微笑,这一需求令年轻的韩国人求助于一种可以令嘴角上扬的手术。Cosmetic surgeons in Seoul say they are seeing a sudden rise in demand for the so-called smile surgery this year among men and women in their 20s and 30s, most of whom are concerned about facing criticism at work because of their expressionless miens.首尔的整形医生说,今年二三十岁的男女对所谓的“微笑手术”的需求剧增,他们大部分人担心自己会因为工作时面无表情而受到批评。#39;Even when you are looking like your normal self, people keep asking you: #39;Why are you frowning?#39;#39; said Kwon Taek-keun, a plastic surgeon in practice for 20 years and known in professional circles as the first in the country to popularize the procedure. #39;That#39;s a lot of stress.#39;拥有20年执业经验的整形医生权宅根(Kwon Taek-keun)说,就算你看起来与平时的自己没有两样,人们也会不断地问你:你为什么皱眉头?这会带来很大压力。他在专业整容圈内是众所周知的韩国第一个推广整容的人。The pictures and clips that Dr. Kwon#39;s clinic, Aone Plastic amp; Aesthetic Surgery, posted online have caused a controversy in recent days, attracting derision from some media reports and the blogosphere, and comparisons to the Joker character from the Batman series.权宅根的诊所Aone Plastic amp;Aesthetic Surgery在网上发布的照片和视频近几天引发了争论,遭到了一些媒体报道和客圈的嘲讽,有人甚至将其比作“蝙蝠侠”系列影片中的“小丑”。But the cosmetic surgeons who carry out the procedure argue people, young and old, come psychologically scarred by hurtful remarks about their naturally downturned lips, especially if they have customer-facing roles. Services-industry workers such as flight attendants and consultants frequent the clinics, according to the surgeons.但给人做嘴角上扬手术的整形医生称,无论年轻人还是老年人,人们都会因别人对其天生下垂的嘴唇的伤人而在心理上留下伤疤,特别是如果他们从事与客户打交道的工作时。据整形医生说,空乘和顾问等务业从业者常常光顾这类诊所。Known in the West as #39;Valentine anguloplasty#39; after the heart shape of the removed muscle tissues at the lip#39;s edge, the smile surgery was first developed as a part of an overall anti-aging face lift, Dr. Kwon and other surgeons say. Tightening the drooping face parts didn#39;t restore the lips to the original upturned position, making an extra procedure necessary, they said.权宅根和其他整形医生说,“微笑手术”在西方被称为“瓦伦丁嘴角成形手术”,得名自手术中从嘴唇边缘去除的心形肌肉组织,这种手术最初是作为整体抗衰老面部拉皮手术的一部分。他们说,将下垂的面部组织变得紧致的手术无法将嘴唇恢复到原来的上扬状态,因此需要做额外的手术。#39;It is going against gravity, #39; said Dr. David Song of Golden View Plastic Surgery. He added that he observes the patient in different poses, such as in a seated position or while lying down, to get the most natural angle for the lips. #39;We#39;re restoring the original lip line.#39;Golden View Plastic Surgery整形诊所的医生David Song说,这是在对抗重力的作用。他还说,他会观察病人摆出各种姿势,比如坐着或躺着,以便得到最自然的嘴角上扬角度。他说,我们是在修复本来的唇线。Though South Koreans are some of the most avid users of plastic surgery in the world - the country has the world#39;s highest number of cosmetic surgery procedures per capita, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons - the area around the mouth was relatively unexplored, the surgeons say.尽管韩国人可以说是全球最热衷于整容的,国际美容整形外科学会(International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons)的数据显示,韩国人均整容手术数量在全球排第一,但整形医生说,嘴巴周围的区域相对来说尚未开发。The age demographic of clients asking about the smile surgery became substantially younger, the surgeons say, after some celebrities#39; smiles began attracting public scrutiny earlier this year. Few have admitted to going under the knife for a perkier expressions.整形医生说,今年早些时候,一些名人的笑容开始吸引公众的关注,之后咨询“微笑手术”事宜顾客的年龄构成大大降低。几乎没有人公开承认为了获得更有魅力的笑容而不惜挨刀子。But some clinics now publicize more than 15 different procedures for the lip and the mouth, including enlargement, reduction and gum exposure reduction. The most common procedure? The smile surgery, according to Dr. Cha Seung-youn at ZIEN Plastic Surgery.但一些诊所目前推出了15种以上的唇部和嘴部手术,包括放大、缩小和减小牙龈外露。最常见的手术是什么?据ZIEN Plastic Surgery整形诊所的医生Cha Seung-youn说,是微笑手术。#39;Your eyes and mouth make up the most of your facial expression, #39; said Dr. Cha.Cha Seung-youn说,眼睛和嘴巴占了面部表情的大部分。With a typical price tag of up to , 000, the #39;natural#39; killer smile doesn#39;t come cheap, and Dr. Song warns that consistent care will be needed over a three-to-six months of the recovery period.要获得“自然”而迷人的微笑,手术费通常得花2,000美元,价格可不便宜。此外,David Song警告说,在三到六个月的恢复期中,需要持续不断的护理。 /201309/256039

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