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黑龙江省肿瘤医院治疗宫颈糜烂多少钱哈尔滨妇儿医院处女膜修复哈尔滨市第五人民医院院长 Hi. Im Dr. John Barrasso, ed States Senator for Wyoming.Let me tell you a story about a family in my home state.Andy Johnson is 32, he works as a welder. He and his wife Katie have four kids and they live out in the country. They have a few cows and some horses.Two years ago, the Johnsons wanted to build a small pond in their front yard.They got their plan approved by the state, and used the pond to provide water for their animals.They thought it was a beautiful addition to the dry landscape.The pond attracts birds and other animals that make our state a special place to live.Everything was fine until the Johnsons got a visit from the ed States Environmental Protection Agency.Even though the state of Wyoming had approved the pond, the federal government had not.The Johnsons now face fines of more than ,000 every day, until they remove the pond.This is whats happened to government in America. Its gotten so aggressive, so inflexible, and so unyielding – and seemingly for so little purpose.And its going to get worse.The Obama administration is seizing new authority to control what it calls Waters of the ed States.This includes things like irrigation ditches, isolated ponds – even low points in the landscape where water might collect after a heavy rain.The consequences of this new federal authority will be severe.Local land-use decisions will now be driven by Washington bureaucrats.And this new water rule is just one of the thousands of regulations that Washington is churning out.In the final 15 months of the Obama administration, Washington bureaucrats are working overtime, to finalize new rules on everything from prairie puddles to power plants.Just this week, the White House released a new ozone rule that will increase electricity costs and decrease reliability.In this administrations race to control more of what Americans do every day, it has lost all perspective.The rules are based on ideology, rather than practicality.The result is an explosion of expensive regulations and new federal requirements on hardworking families.Washingtons assault on Andy Johnson in Wyoming could soon be repeated all across the country.The Obama administration has issued more than 2,500 new regulations in the past six years.Complying with these regulations is expected to cost our economy a staggering 0 billion.People will be forced to spend millions of hours filling out the paperwork.You might ask, what do Americans get for all this time and money?One of EPAs rules on power plants would cost as much as ,400 for every in direct benefits.This imbalance is a big reason why Americans wages have been stagnant since President Obama took office.The costs of these regulations are real.They are significant to our economy, to good-paying jobs, and to the ability of Americans to live freely.Thats why Republicans are fighting so hard.The White Houses cynical response is that only polluters would oppose these new environmental rules. Im fortunate to live in Wyoming, one of the most beautiful, pristine places in the world.We protect fiercely our open spaces, our clean air, and water.At the same time, the entire country benefits from our responsible and reliable production of American energy.Weve proven you can have both.The Obama administration long ago left this reasonable objective in the dust.What the administration wont tell you is that both Republicans and Democrats in Congress oppose many of these regulations – including the new rules on Waters of the ed States.Senators Joe Donnelly, Heidi Heitkamp and Joe Manchin – all Democrats – joined us to change these water regulations.Yet, commonsense changes to all this rulemaking are being blocked by the president and the liberal Democrat leaders in the Congress.Even the courts have dealt the Obama administration serious setbacks to its regulatory rampage.But by the time the courts finally act, the damage is aly done – those jobs are gone, and communities suffer.The head of the EPA bragged that it didnt matter if the Obama administration lost in court – because the rules had aly been in effect for three years.Thats outrageous.Meanwhile, the fines against Andy Johnson continue to pile up, and could exceed million.His family cannot afford to fight anymore.Just like the Johnsons in Wyoming, the American people cant afford the overreach and the near-constant onslaught of new Washington regulations.This fall, Republicans will put legislation on the presidents desk to rein in runaway regulations. He will have to choose between big government and hardworking Americans.Weve aly made our choice.Thanks for listening.201510/403025巴彦县妇女儿童医院专家咨询

哈尔滨市第十医院能做孕检吗?But we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt. We refuse to believe that there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation. And so, weve come to cash this check, a check that will give us upon demand the riches of freedom and the security of justice.但是,我们决不相信正义的会破产。我们决不相信这个国家巨大的机会宝库会资金不足。因此,我们来兑现这张票。这张票将给我们带来所需要的宝贵的自由和正义的保障。We have also come to this hallowed spot to remind America of the fierce urgency of Now. This is no time to engage in the luxury of cooling off or to take the tranquilizing drug of gradualism. Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy. Now is the time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path of racial justice. Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksands of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of Gods children.我们来到这块圣地还为了提醒美国:现在正是万分紧急的时刻。现在不是从容不迫悠然行事或用渐进主义镇静剂的时候。现在是实现民主诺言的时候。现在是走出幽暗荒凉的种族隔离深谷,踏上种族平等的阳关大道的时候。现在是使我们国家走出种族不平等的流沙,踏上充满手足之情的磐石的时候。现在是使上帝所有的儿女享有公正的时刻。 /201307/247372哈尔滨阿城市人民医院产前检查好吗 So that for better or worse that was my education. I came away with a clear sense of the difference music could make in my own life, in other peoples lives if I did my job right. --Which, if youre a singer in a rock band, means avoiding the obvious pitfalls like, say, a mullet hairdo. If anyone here doesnt know what a mullet is by the way, your educations certainly not complete. Id ask for your money back. For a lead singer like me, a mullet is, I would suggest, arguably more dangerous than a drug problem. Yes, I had a mullet in the 80s.所以,不管是好还是坏,那就是我所接受的教育。当我离开时,我清醒地意识到,如果我做好自己的工作,音乐将会对我的生活以及他人的生活产生巨大的影响——作为摇滚乐队的一名歌手,就意味着要避免犯一些显而易见的错误,比如留个胭脂鱼发型。如果有人不知道什么是胭脂鱼发型,那么他所接受的教育就绝对是不全面的,我得把你的学费给要回来。关于胭脂鱼发型,我可以给大家一个提示,像我这样的乐队主唱,留那个发型比吸毒还危险。没错,我在80年代确实留过胭脂鱼发型。Now this is the point where the members of the faculty star smiling uncomfortably and thinking maybe they should have offered me the honors--the honorary bachelors degree instead of the full blown [doctorate]--;he should have been the bachelors one, hes talking about mullets and stuff.; And if theyre asking what on earth Im doing here, I think its a fair question. What am I doing here? And more to the point--what are you doing here? Because if you dont mind me saying so: this is a strange ending to an Ivy League educatin. Four years in these historic halls thinking great thoughts, and now youre sitting in a stadium better suited for football, listening to an Irish rock star give a speech that is so far mostly about himself. What are you doing here?现在,各位教师可能会无奈的笑了,他们也许在想,授予我一个荣誉学士学位已经绰绰有余了,而不应授予我学院最高的士学位,因为我只是在谈论诸如胭脂鱼发型一类的废话。如果他们要问,我到底在这儿干什么,我想这是一个很好的问题。我在这儿做什么呢?更切题一点——你们在这儿干什么呢?如果你们不介意的话,我想说,对于常春藤盟校的教育而言,这是一个奇怪的终点。你们在这些历史悠久的殿堂里度过了四年,不断思考着那些伟大的思想,而现在你们却坐在这个更适合踢足球的体育场上,听一个爱尔兰的摇滚歌手做一个几乎全是关于他自己的演讲。你们在这儿干什么呢? /201312/267480哈尔滨阳光妇女子医院治疗妇科炎症好吗

尚志市妇女医院门诊方便We found our second Blue Zone我们找的第二个蓝区on the other side of the planet,在地球另一端about 800 miles south of Tokyo,离东京南部约800英里on the archipelago of Okinawa.在冲绳县的古拉格岛Okinawa is actually 161 small islands.古拉格群岛由161个小岛组成And in the northern part of the main island,中心岛屿的北部this is ground zero for world longevity.是世界长寿的起点This is a place where the oldest living female population is found.最长寿的女性就是在这个地方发现的Its a place where people have the longest disability-free这个地方的人是世界上life expectancy in the world.寿命最长的无伤残人群They have what we want.他们拥有我们渴望的东西They live a long time, and tend to die in their sleep,他们活很久,常常在睡觉中死去very quickly,速度快and often, I can tell you, after sex.而且通常是在性行为之后。They live about seven good years longer than the average American.他们比普通美国人寿命长7年Five times as many centenarians as we have in America.是美国百岁老人的5倍One fifth the rate of colon and breast cancer,在美国结肠癌和乳腺癌是强大杀手big killers here in America.致死率为五分之一And one sixth the rate of cardiovascular disease.六分之一死于心血管疾病And the fact that this culture has yielded these numbers事实上,国家产生的这些数量suggests strongly they have something to teach us.强烈暗示我们有许多要向他们学习的。What do they do?他们做什么呢Once again, a plant-based diet,还是植物性食物为主full of vegetables with lots of color in them.绿色蔬菜繁多And they eat about eight times as much tofu他们是美国人吃豆腐as Americans do.数量的八倍More significant than what they eat is how they eat it.比吃什么更重要的是如何来吃They have all kinds of little strategies他们有各种各样的小策略来to keep from overeating,杜绝过度饱食which, as you know, is a big problem here in America.众所周知,这在美国是一个大问题A few of the strategies we observed:我们观察了几个策略如下:they eat off of smaller plates, so they tend to eat fewer calories at every sitting.他们吃饭用较小的盘子,所以每次就吃较少的卡路里Instead of serving family style,不是家庭型用餐where you can sort of mindlessly eat as youre talking,在这种类型的用餐上,你会边聊边没意识的吃,they serve at the counter, put the food away,他们是在吧台务,把食物拿走and then bring it to the table.然后拿回桌子上They also have a 3,000-year-old adage,他们有一个流传三千年的谚语,which I think is the greatest sort of diet suggestion ever invented.我认为是前所未有的最棒饮食建议It was invented by Confucius.是孔子提出的。And that diet is known as the Hara, Hatchi, Bu diet.这种饮食就是周知柯罗,八术门,卜饮食。Its simply a little saying these people say before their meal吃饭前这些人简单说一点谚语percent full.提醒他们吃到8成饱就停止进食It takes about a half hour for that full feeling这种饱腹感要用一个小时to travel from your belly to your brain.才能从肚子到大脑。And by remembering to stop at 80 percent只吃到八成饱it helps keep you from doing that very thing.能阻止你做出极端的事情But, like Sardinia, Okinawa has a few social constructs但是,和撒丁岛一样,冲绳有很少社会建构that we can associate with longevity.能和长寿联系起来We know that isolation kills.我们知道那次的隔离杀戮Fifteen years ago, the average American had three good friends.15年前,平均每个美国人有三个好朋友Were down to one and half right now.现在仅有一个半If you were lucky enough to be born in Okinawa,如果你很幸运生在日本冲绳you were born into a system where you你就生在了一个自然而然automatically have a half a dozen friends地一生轻易就能拥有with whom you travel through life.四个朋友的地方。They call it a Moai. And if youre in a Moai他们称作魔埃youre expected to share the bounty if you encounter luck,如果你在魔埃碰到好运的话能与人分享馈赠and if things go bad,如果运气糟糕child gets sick, parent dies,则孩子生病父母死亡you always have somebody who has your back.总有一个人带你走,This particular Moai, these five ladies这个特殊的魔埃,这五个女人have been together for 97 years.在一起已经97年了Their average age is 102.她们平均102岁Typically in America在美国,weve divided our adult life up into two sections.我们把成人寿命分成两部分There is our work life,一个是工作寿命,where were productive.是我们多产的时间。And then one day, boom, we retire.然后某一天,繁荣,然后退休。And typically that has meant这就意味着retiring to the easy chair,退到安乐椅上or going down to Arizona to play golf.或者去亚利桑那州打高尔夫。In the Okinawan language there is not even在冲绳语言里a word for retirement.压根没退休这个词。Instead there is one word而有一个词却that imbues your entire life,深嵌在你的一生and that word is ;ikigai.;这个词叫做“生活价值”。And, roughly translated, it means简单解释一下,就是;the reason for which you wake up in the morning.;“你早晨醒来的理由。”For this 102-year-old karate master,对这个102岁的空手道大师来说,his ikigai was carrying forth this martial art.他的生活价值在武术中实现着。For this hundred-year-old fisherman这个百岁渔翁it was continuing to catch fish for his family three times a week.每周还出海为家庭打三次渔。And this is a question. The National Institute on Aging对于这个问题,老年研究所actually gave us a questionnaire to give these centenarians.给我们做了这些百岁老人的调查问卷。And one of the questions, they were very culturally astute,对其中一个问题,他们的文化警惕性很高,the people who put the questionnaire.即是谁提出的问卷。One of the questions was, ;What is your ikigai?;有一个问题是,“你的生活价值是什么?”They instantly knew why they woke up in the morning.他们立马知道早晨为何而醒来。For this 102 year old woman, her ikigai这个102岁的老人,她的生活意义was simply her great-great-great-granddaughter.只是她的玄孙女。Two girls separated in age by 101 and a half years.这两个女性年龄差距是101岁半。And I asked her what it felt like我问她养育这个玄孙女to hold a great-great-great-granddaughter.感觉怎么样。And she put her head back and she said,她仰着头说道:;It feels like leaping into heaven.;真像跳入天堂一般。I thought that was a wonderful thought.我认为这是个顶好的想法。201507/386340 哈尔滨那儿治疗宫颈糜烂比较好哈尔滨妇儿医院修复处女膜



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