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2019年06月25日 16:44:32 | 作者:康知识 | 来源:新华社
Earthquakes are a common occurrence, rumbling below Earth's surface thousands of times every day. But major earthquakes are less common. Here are some things to do to prepare for an earthquake and what to do once the ground starts shaking.Marina District home damageSafety Tips#8226; Have an earthquake iness plan.#8226; Consult a professional to learn how to make your home sturdier, such as bolting bookcases to wall studs, installing strong latches on cupboards, and strapping the water heater to wall studs.#8226; Locate a place in each room of the house that you can go to in case of an earthquake. It should be a spot where nothing is likely to fall on you.#8226; Keep a supply of canned food, an up-to-date first aid kit, 3 gallons (11.4 liters) of water per person, dust masks and goggles, and a working battery-operated radio and flashlights.#8226; Know how to turn off your gas and water mains.If Shaking Begins#8226; Drop down; take cover under a desk or table and hold on.#8226; Stay indoors until the shaking stops and you're sure it's safe to exit.#8226; Stay away from bookcases or furniture that can fall on you.#8226; Stay away from windows. In a high-rise building, expect the fire alarms and sprinklers to go off during a quake.#8226; If you are in bed, hold on and stay there, protecting your head with a pillow.#8226; If you are outdoors, find a clear spot away from buildings, trees, and power lines. Drop to the ground.#8226; If you are in a car, slow down and drive to a clear place. Stay in the car until the shaking stops. 地震是一种经常发生的自然现象,地表之下每天要发生几千次的震动,但大地震还是比较少见的。下面给大家介绍一些地震预防准备以及一旦地震发生时的应对方法。滨海区房屋受损安全贴士* 做好预防地震的准备计划。* 请教专业人士,学习如何把家变得更牢固,比如将书架钉在立柱墙上,在碗碟橱里安装牢固的门闩,把热水器捆在立柱墙上。* 在屋里的每间房间中都确定有一个在地震发生时可以躲的地方,在那个地方不会有东西砸到你。* 准备好罐装食品,新式急救箱,每人3加仑(11.4公升)的水,防尘面具和护目镜,还有电池型收音机和手电筒。* 知道如何关闭煤气和水管的总开关。如果地震开始* 卧倒;躲在课桌或餐桌下,保持不动。* 直到震动停止前呆在室内,确定安全后再逃出。* 远离书架和家具,它们可能会压倒你。* 远离窗户。在高楼大厦里,火警和洒水装置在震动中可能会启动。* 如果你躺在床上,躺在原地保持不动,用枕头保护头部。* 如果你在室外,找一块远离房屋,树木和电线的空地,然后蹲在地上。* 如果你在车里,减速开到空地上。直到震动结束前呆在车里。 /200805/39980Gentlemen, how many times you#39;ve found yourself with the right girl, wrapped in one another#39;s arms to create the right moment but have been lost for words? Well, you can avoid yourself the embarrassment by ing up these tips on the Most Romantic Things to Say to YOUR Girl。男士们,到底有多少次你发现和自己心爱的女生在一起,你们相拥搂抱气氛恰到好处,却发现自己语塞了?其实这样的尴尬可以避免,看了下面这些小贴士,学学如何对自己喜欢的女生说情话吧。5. You#39;re smile can brighten up the most dullest of days再黯淡的日子都可以被你的笑容点亮Being Romantic in other words means showering her with compliments. Praising her hairstyle, getting mesmerized by her eyes and being bamboozled by her smile. When you want to lighten up her mood simply gush about her beauty and she#39;ll wrap you in her arms sooner than you could wish for a hug。要想浪漫,其实就是用赞美的好话把她淹没。称赞她的发型,迷恋她的眼睛,爱上她的笑容。仅仅是夸赞她的美逗她开心,让她拥有好心情,她就会投入到你的怀抱中去了。4. You look pretty without any make-up, just the way you are不化妆的你也很好看,自然就好Every woman is beautiful in her way. And she loves nothing more than being told so; especially by her man. When you see her next, admire her face, look deep into her eyes and say with all your heart how beautiful you think she is。每个女人都有着自然的魅力。所以这句话绝对是百说百灵,尤其是从她男人的嘴里说出来。下次看到她,称赞她的脸,深深注视着她的眼睛,然后发自肺腑赞叹一下她的美丽吧。3. I love what I become when I am with you我喜欢和你在一起时的我Very few things can brighten a girl up as much as her knowing that she has a positive and great impact on your life and your being. Let her in on how she is an indispensable part of your life and that you are the best you will ever be thanks to her。让女生知道她对你的生活和为人起到了正面积极的影响,才能真正让她开心起来。让她知道她是你生活中不可或缺的一部分,正是因为她才会有更好的你。2. You complete me你使我完整Tom Cruise had all the women in the world go ‘aawww#39; when he said these words to a demure Renee Zellweger. Though clichéd, ‘You complete me#39; is the most wholesome and lovable thing you can tell your woman. It will melt her anger away in a jiffy and forgiveness shall be dispensed without further ado。当电影《甜心先生》中汤姆·克鲁斯对端庄的蕾妮·齐薇格说出这句话时,全世界的女人都为之惊叹。虽然是陈词滥调,但“你使我完整”真的是一句最经典最浪漫的话语,可以瞬间让她的怒气消失,毫不犹豫的选择原谅你。1. You are my companion, confidante, love and life你是我的伴侣、知己、爱人和生命Simple, yet honest is always effective. Telling her that she is everything and anything you could ever ask for is the most wonderful way to get her to believe in your love for her。其实很简单,坦诚才是最有效的。告诉她她是你的一切,你所渴求的不过是让她深深的相信你爱她。 /201305/242061

The pantheon of science includes individuals who have made enormous contributions to human health -- the likes of Pasteur and Salk. A pedestal in that temple awaits the scientist who solves the following mystery: Why do we eat junk food when we feel unloved? 在科学的万神庙里,有一些人为人类的健康做出了巨大贡献,比如巴斯德(Pasteur)和索尔克(Salk)等人。神庙里还有一个位子,正等着那位解决了这样一个迷题的科学家:为什么当我们感到没人爱的时候就会吃垃圾食品? This isn#39;t a silly question, certainly not during September, which happens to be National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. There#39;s an epidemic of obesity-related health problems, with adult-onset diabetes leading the way throughout the world. The fact that we eat when we#39;re not actually hungry contributes a lot to this problem. 问这个问题并不愚蠢,至少在9月份时肯定不,因为这个月正好是“全国警惕儿童肥胖月”(National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month)。在世界各地,与肥胖有关的健康问题都普遍存在,成年型糖尿病尤为突出。而问题背后的一个重要原因,是我们在不饿时吃东西。 So why do we do it? It can be because everyone around us is eating. Or because food ads can be so persuasive. Or because we want to bankrupt a hated party host by eating all his Cheetos. 那我们为什么在不饿时吃东西呢?可能是周围的人都在吃,也可能是食品广告说力太强。还有可能是我们不喜欢某场聚会的东道主,想把他的薯片吃光,吃到让他破产。 One of the best-understood examples of non-nutritive eating is the fact that stress tends to make us eat more. It makes sense psychologically, in that the people most prone to stress eating are those most actively restricting food intake the rest of the time: When the going gets tough and they need to be nice to themselves, this is how they ease up. They prefer to eat fats and carbs. If the boss is a creep, why not run wild on the chocolate-covered walrus blubber? 非营养性进食最容易理解的一个例子,是压力往往导致我们吃得更多。这可以从心理学角度解释,最容易在压力下进食的人,就是平时最积极限制进食的那些人:当处境不顺、需要善待自己的时候,进食便是他们放松的方式。他们更喜欢摄入脂肪和碳水化合物。如果老板是个混蛋,不如狂吃包巧克力的海象肉吧? But we can#39;t trace these habits merely to the complexities of the human psyche, because it#39;s not just humans who exhibit them. Stress a lab rat by, let#39;s say, putting an unknown rat in its cage, and it will eat more and show a stronger preference for high-fat/high-carb options than usual. 但我们不能把这些习惯一股脑儿地归到人类心理的复杂性上面,因为表现出这些习惯的不只是人类。给一只实验鼠施加压力(比如在它的笼子里放一只陌生老鼠),它就会吃得更多,并且比平时更加倾向于吃高脂肪、高碳水化合物的东西。 This phenomenon#39;s occurrence in many species makes evolutionary sense. For 99% of animals, stress involves a major burst of energy use as they, say, run for their lives. Afterward, the body stimulates appetite, especially for high-density calories, to rebuild depleted energy stores. But we smart, neurotic humans keep turning the stress-response on for purely psychological reasons, putting our bodies repeatedly into the restocking mode. 这种现象出现在很多物种当中,这可以从进化论角度解释。对于99%的动物来说,压力都涉及能量消耗的大幅增加(比如说在逃命的时候)。在这之后,身体刺激食欲、特别是对高热量的食欲,以重新积累耗尽的能量储备。但聪明而又神经兮兮的人类因为纯粹心理上的原因而不断出现应激反应,使我们的身体反复进入重新积累能量的模式。 Scientists are beginning to understand how this stress-related junk-food craving works. Stress increases the release of #39;endogenous opioids#39; in some brain regions. These neurotransmitters resemble opiates in their structure and addictive properties (and opiates work by stimulating the receptors that evolved for responding to the brain#39;s opioids). This helps to account for the hugely reinforcing properties of junk food at such times. 科学家正在开始理解压力导致垃圾食品渴求的机理。压力会增加大脑中某些区域“内源性阿片口”的释放,而这些神经传导物质的结构和成瘾属性类似于阿片口(阿片口是通过刺激受体起作用,这些受体是为了应脑部的阿口片进化而成)。这有助于理解垃圾食品在压力时刻的巨大强化属性。 Stress also activates the #39;endocannabinoid#39; system in the brain. Yes, there#39;s a class of chemicals in the brain that resemble the ingredient in cannabis that famously links pot to getting the munchies. And stress activates another brain chemical called neuropeptide Y that can stimulate the craving for fat and sugar. 压力还会激活脑中的“内源性大麻素”系统。是的,大脑中有一类化学物质就像大麻中所含那种导致吸食后想吃东西的成分一样。此外,压力还会激活另一种名叫“神经口Y”的大脑化学物质,它可以激发人对脂肪和糖的欲望。 The most fundamental mechanism to explain this stress effect is that comfort food is, well, comforting. As first demonstrated by Mary Dallman and colleagues at the University of California, San Francisco, working with lab rats, fat and carbs stimulate reward systems in the brain, thereby turning off the body#39;s hormonal stress-response. 这种压力效应背后的最基本机制,在于安慰食物真的让人感到安慰。玛丽#12539;多尔曼(Mary Dallman)和加州大学旧金山分校(University of California, San Francisco)的同事利用实验鼠首次明,脂肪和碳水化合物会刺激大脑中的激励机制,进而屏蔽掉身体激素的应激反应。 It may seem unlikely that one type of pleasure works to offset the effects of a very different source of displeasure. Why should fat-laced rat chow lessen angst about a new cage mate? Yet we regularly make much bigger leaps. Burdened with unrequited love? Shopping often helps. Roiled with existential despair? Bach might do the trick. The common currency of reward in the brain makes for all sorts of unlikely ports in a storm. 一种快感抵消另一种来源非常不同的不快感,看起来或许是不太可能。为什么富含脂肪的食物会减轻老鼠对新同伴的紧张感呢?然而我们人类的跳跃常常要大得多。饱受单相思之苦?大购物常会有帮助。因怀疑人生而烦恼?听巴赫或许有用。大脑中的激励机制就成了“病急”之中乱投的“医”。 But despite the varied possibilities of sources of comfort, some exert particularly strong primal pulls -- to the detriment of our health. It is a sign of our evolutionary legacy that, at the end of a stressful day, far fewer of us will seek solace in the poetry of Robert Frost than in a pint of double fudge brownie ice cream. 但是,尽管安慰的来源各种各样,有些安慰来源用力太猛,从而有害于我们的健康。它体现了一项我们在进化过程中的遗留物:在结束充满压力的一天之后,从罗伯特#12539;弗洛斯特(Robert Frost)诗篇里寻求慰藉的人,远远少于来一斤双乳脂软糖巧克力冰激凌的人。 /201310/259110

年轻人的健康状况不如父母They should be in the prime of their lives. But instead, those in their twenties and thirties are in worse health than their parents, a British survey has found.Binge drinking, y meals and a lack of exercise all take their toll.As a result, the young are more likely to have migraines, catch a cold or become stressed than the over-55s.According to the research, those aged between 18 and 34 are three times more likely to have a cold or flu than the older generation.Nearly a quarter of the young regularly have headaches or migraines, compared to just 14 per cent of over-55s.And they are almost twice as likely to have high stress levels.The elderly also tend to eat more healthily. More than four in ten eat five or more portions of fruit or vegetables a day, double the number of young men and women.And when it comes to alcohol, 20 per cent of the over-55s don't indulge, while just 10 per cent of those aged 18-34 abstain.Six in ten of the elderly make fresh meals every day, compared to less than a third of the young.And while three-quarters of over-55s say they eat a balanced diet, just half of the younger generation does so.Less than a third of them regularly cook with fresh ingredients, compared to almost two-thirds of the older people.What is more, almost 10 per cent of them admit to eating y meals for every meal - and two per cent say they only eat at restaurants.The older generation is also more likely to take a healthy amount of exercise, with 12 per cent spending at least 30 minutes doing so each day.They may appear fitter, but only nine per cent of the young do that.Over-55s also try hardest to have at least six hours' sleep and plenty of fresh air, according to research done in the UK for fruit brand Florida Grapefruit.Chris Steele, the resident doctor on ITV's This Morning programme, said: "I have seen a rise in young people suffering from illnesses such as colds, flu and headaches."Long working hours, high stress levels and lack of exercise lead to people getting run-down and ill. 他们应该正值人生的黄金时期。但英国的一项调查发现,二、三十岁的年轻人的健康状况还不如他们的父母。酗酒、吃方便食品、缺乏锻炼均对年轻人的健康造成了不良影响。所以,年轻人比55岁以上的人更易患偏头痛和感冒,而且更容易焦虑。该调查表明,18岁至34岁之间的人患感冒或流感的几率为他们父辈的三倍。近四分之一的年轻人经常患头痛或偏头痛,而这一比例在55岁以上的人中仅为14%。此外,年轻人精神压力过大的几率高出近一倍。年龄较大的人饮食习惯也更加健康,超过40%的人每天摄入五份或五份以上的水果和蔬菜,为年轻人的两倍。在55岁以上的受访者中,20%的人不酗酒,而在18岁至34岁的人群中,这一比例仅为10%。60%年龄较大的人每天做新鲜饭菜,而年轻人的这一比例还不到三分之一。在55岁以上的受访者中,有四分之三的人称自己饮食平衡,而仅有一半的年轻人这样做。此外,近10%的年轻人承认他们每顿都吃方便食品,2%的人称他们只去餐馆吃饭。老一辈的人经常进行适度锻炼,12%的受访者每天至少锻炼30分钟。可能年轻人看起来比较健康,但仅有9%的人每天锻炼。该项为“佛罗里达柚”水果品牌开展的调查显示,55岁以上的受访者努力保每天至少六个小时的睡眠时间,并尽量让自己呼吸大量的新鲜空气。住院医生克里斯#8226;斯蒂尔在ITV《今晨》节目中说:“我发现,现在有越来越多的年轻人患感冒、流感和头痛等病症。”“工作时间长、精神压力大和缺乏锻炼是导致人们健康状况下降和生病的主要因素。” /200803/30961

Some people know what they want to do from an early age and focus on it relentlessly. Others reinvent themselves, changing careers and industries until they find something that works. As a reminder that the path to success is not always linear, we#39;ve highlighted what Richard Branson and 9 other fascinating and successful people were doing at age 25.有的人很年轻的时候就知道他们想做什么,并且坚定地专注于此。有的人通过职业和行业的调整来改变自己,直到发现自己真正想做的事情。通向成功的道路不会一帆风顺,我们来看看理查德-布兰森和其他九位成功人士在25岁时都在做什么。Richard Branson had aly started the Virgin Records record label.理查德-布兰森(维京集团创始人)已经创办了维京唱片公司At age 20, Branson opened his first record shop, then a studio at 22 and launched the label at 23. By 30, his company was international.20岁时布兰森开办了他的第一家唱片店,22岁时建立了一家工作室,23岁时创办了维京唱片公司。30岁时他的公司已经是国际级的了。Those early years were tough, he told Entrepreneur: ;I remember them vividly. It#39;s far more difficult being a small-business owner starting a business than it is for me with thousands of people working for us and 400 companies. Building a business from scratch is 24 hours, 7 days a week, divorces, it#39;s difficult to hold your family life together, it#39;s bloody hard work and only one word really matters — and that#39;s surviving.;最初的几年很艰难,他告诉《企业家》杂志:“我还清楚地记得那些岁月。对我来说,建立一家小型公司开始创业比领导成千上万的员工和400家公司要困难得多。白手起家创建一家公司意味着一周七天,一天24小时不停地工作,还有离婚,因为你很难兼顾家庭生活。那时工作非常艰苦,只有一个词最重要,那就是生存。” /201304/233913

Break-ups are never easy. Whether you were “just dating” or married, with or without kids, it hurts when a relationship ends. To spend time grieving is perfectly natural and healthy but there comes a time when your heart yearns to be healed.分手从来就不是一件容易的事。不论你只是约约会或是已经结了婚,也不论有没有孩子,当一段关系结束的时候,它总是伤人的。为了结束的感情难过这很正常,但这时也是你的心灵需要治愈的时候。The following 5 steps can help you begin down that path of healing.以下5个步骤帮助你开始这条愈合之路。1. It’s Not About You—Really, It’s Not不是你的问题,真的不是你的错You know that old saying “it’s not you, it’s me”? While we usually think of it as a cop-out, a way for someone to spare our feelings, the reality is that it is actually true. People act a certain way, make certain decisions, and choose to life their life a certain way because of their own desires and needs; not because of us.你知道那句古话“不是你的错,是我的错”吗?通常我们认为这种说法是一种逃避,也是一种舒缓我们感受的方式,而事实上这说法确实是对的。人们以特定的方式表现,做出特定的决定,选择他们想要的方式生活,因为他们有自己的欲望和需要,而不是因为我们!When someone is a jerk, or says something nasty, or leaves you, it is because of something going on inside of them. Please know that I am not excluding the influence of your own behavior that may have precipitated the break-up, but it comes down to the fact that your ex left because of their reactions and feelings surrounding that event and it may have been the right choice for them.当某人变成了个混蛋,说了难听的话,或是离开了你,那是因为他们内心起了变化。请明白我不是要排除你自己行为带来的影响,这些行为可能也触发了分手的发生,但事实可以归结为你的前任离开你是因为他们对待事情的反应和感受有了变化,而这样做对他们来说也许是一个正确的选择。Once a relationship ends, you can’t go back and change things no matter how much you want to, so it’s best to stop beating yourself up about the past. Forgive yourself for your part in the break up, learn lessons from it, and try not to take it personally. Realize that you are perfect just the way you are and there is someone out there who will agree.当一段关系结束,无论你有多想,你都回不去了,也改变不了任何事,所以关于过去,最好就是停止自责。宽容自己,从中吸取教训,尽量不要独自忍受痛苦。要知道以自己的方式做,你就是完美的,总有一个人会欣赏你这样的方式。2. This Too Shall Pass这一切都会过去I know it doesn’t seem like it now, but the pain will go away.我知道现在你不这么想,但疼痛总会消失。Allow yourself to really feel your feelings—wallow in them if you want—and know that they are temporary. Sometimes it’s good to think back to another time in your life where you felt broken, and then realize that it did, indeed, get better. This will too. If you have faith that these feelings will pass, that you will feel better someday, that day will arrive much sooner.让自己真正地体会感受,如果你想,你可以沉浸其中。但要清楚它们只是暂时的。有时回想过去你心痛的那一刻,然后意识到它确实会变好,这样的回想也是有好处的。如果你相信这些感觉也会过去,终有一天你也会变好,那么这一天就会来得早很多。3. Forgive amp;Pray原谅和祈祷You may be feeling some very negative emotions towards your ex, such as anger, resentment, and frustration, but harboring these feelings is only hurting one person—you. In order to save yourself, you need to forgive your ex. Now, I don’t mean you have to call them up and tell them they are forgiven (although you can if you want to), you just need to forgive them in your heart.对你的前任,也许你的内心充满了很多消极情绪,比如生气、怨恨和失望,但是怀着这些情绪只会伤害到一个人,就是你。为了拯救自己,你需要原谅你的前任。在这里,我不是说你要打电话给他们说你原谅他们了(当然如果你想的话,你可以这么做),你只需要在心里原谅他们就可以了。I have found that praying for that person helps with being able to forgive them and move on. Pray for their happiness and continued health and mean it when you say it. You should feel your anger and resentment getting less and less if you continue this practice. Doing this has the added benefit of showing yourself what a good person you really are. Hey, you even pray for those that hurt you, so you must be a loving, generous person who deserves love.我发现为那个人祈祷能帮助我们原谅他们并使自己继续前进。为他们的幸福和健康祈祷,当你说这些的时候,要认真地说。如果你保持练习,你应该感觉到愤怒和怨恨在变得越来越少。这样做还有其它好处,就是向别人展示你真的是一个很好的人。不是吧,你竟然祝福那些伤害你的人?你一定是个有爱心又慷慨的人,值得很多人爱慕。4. Live Life One Day at a Time珍惜每一天Concentrate on today, and focus on the present moment. It’s said that worry is like a rocking chair: it keeps you busy, but doesn’t get you anywhere. It’s time to stop worrying about the future and notice where you are today. Don’t worry about your sister’s wedding in 6 months and the fact that now you don’t have a date. Don’t worry about what will happen if you see him around town with another girl—just live for today, the rest will take care of itself. Be present for all the gifts the universe is trying to give you today.专注今天,专注当前。烦恼就像一把摇椅:它让你忙碌,但又让你原地踏步。是时候了,停止担忧未来,留意一下今天你在哪里。不要担心6个月后你就要结婚了,而现在的你连一个约会对象都没有。不要担心如果你在镇上看到他和另一个女孩在一起会发生什么。只为今天而活,其余的自会如常。今天这个世界给你的全部礼物就是当下。5. It’s All About Progress这些全是进步Life is hard: if it wasn’t, we would all be perfect people living in a perfect world. Give yourself kudos for any and all progress you make, since anytime you are able to move in a forward direction, that is worth celebrating. Keep track of all the progress you have made by keeping a journal of all your successes. Then, when you feel that you are going backwards, through it and you will realize just how far you have come.生活是艰难的,如果不是,那我们就是生活在一个完美世界里的完美的人。要表扬自己取得的任何进步,因为不论什么时候你都走在前进的道路上,这是值得庆祝的。要在日志本里记录你所有的成功,以此来记录你所取得的进步。然后当你觉得退步了,再读一遍,你就会意识到自己走了有多远。Final Thought最后的想法Healing your heart is really about healing your whole self, so be sure to take this opportunity to delve deeper into who you are and what you want. Start by appreciating the lessons you learned from the past, being present in the here and now, and using your power to create the future you want.治愈你的心,其实就是在治愈你整个人,因而一定要抓住这次机会深刻了解你是怎样的人,以及你想要什么。治愈之路始于感谢那些你从过去的经历中学到的教训;始于专注当下;始于发挥你的力量去创造你想要的未来。 /201310/262824

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