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Motivational Quote from the Journalist新闻工作者的励志名言;Find the joy. When you feel it, let it wash over you... take a moment to appreciate it. Be grateful for the people in your life, for waking up feeling good and pain free, and for the stretch of road ahead that#39;s so full of possibilities. When you encounter bumps, keep going and don#39;t look back.;“找到快乐,感受它,接受它的‘洗礼’……花些时间好好体会这份快乐。此外,要对你生命中的过客怀抱感恩之心,感谢一觉醒来神清气爽、无忧无虑,感谢前方道路绵延未知、充满可能。即便遇到阻碍,也不要回头,勇往直前吧。”—Katie Couric, 55, broadcaster and author——凯蒂·柯丽克,55岁,电视新闻主播兼作家Motivational Quote from the Politician政治家的励志名言;Hope and faith. You have to have hope and faith... Long ways to go. Grateful to survive... I#39;m trying. Trying so hard to get better. Regain what I#39;ve lost... I will get stronger. I will return.;“希望与信仰,是你必须要怀抱的两样东西……前路漫漫,活着就应心存感激……我在努力尝试让自己变得更好,重拾曾经失去的东西……我相信自己会变得更强,会再次回来。”—Gabrielle Giffords, 42, former congresswoman from Arizona and author of, Gabby: A Story of Courage and Hope——加布里埃尔·吉福兹,42岁,来自亚利桑那州的前国会议员;《加比:一个关于勇气与希望的故事》的作者Motivational Quote from the Principal管理人员的励志名言;This city is not the #39;diamond in the rough#39;; it is the actual diamond.;“这座城市并非‘待人开发的潜力股’,它已经是一个‘优质股’。”—School principal Kenyetta Wilbourn, 36, she started in Detroit#39;s Denby High in 2009. Now, while the neighborhood is still troubled, Wilbourn has transformed Denby into a clean, calm center of learning.——肯雅塔·威尔伯恩校长,36岁,2009年出任底特律邓比高中的校长。虽然学校周边的环境依旧糟糕,但是她已将邓比高中变成了当地干净、舒适的学习中心。Motivational Quote from the Sports Fan体育迷的励志名言;No one knows more about optimism than a Cubs fan. After waiting 104 years, it#39;s our optimism, and not the winning, that binds us together. We really do believe the next year will be the year.;“我想这世上应该没有谁会比我们这些芝加哥小熊队的球迷更乐观的。我们等下一个冠军都等了104年,可见将我们紧紧联系在一起的并非球队取得的胜利,而是那份自始至终从未改变的乐观精神。一直以来,我们都相信明年或许就是球队夺冠的那年。”—Grant DePorter, 48, a Chicago restaurateur and leading Cubs fan, is sticking by the team, which last won the World Series in 1908——格兰特·狄伯特,48岁,芝加哥一家餐馆的老板,芝加哥小熊队的忠实球迷。该队上一次赢得世界系列赛(美国职棒大联盟的总冠军赛)冠军还是在1908年。Motivational Quote from the CEO首席执行官的励志名言;My view is that the core of Yahoo is incredibly valuable and a great platform to build on.;“我认为雅虎的核心精神非常可贵,我们可以将它作为一个平台创造辉煌。”—Marissa Mayer, 37, is the sixth CEO of the struggling Internet giant Yahoo in the past five years——玛丽莎·梅耶尔,37岁,境况不佳的互联网巨头雅虎公司五年里的第六任首席执行官Motivational Quote from the Minister牧师的励志名言;If I didn#39;t have spiritual faith, I would be a pessimist. But I#39;m an optimist. I#39;ve the last page in the Bible. It#39;s going to turn out all right.;“要是没有精神信仰,我或许会变成悲观主义者。但我最终还是成为了乐观主义者。我读到了《圣经》的最后一页,一切都会好起来的。”—Billy Graham, 94, Christian spiritual advisor——比利·格雷厄姆,94岁,基督教精神顾问 /201301/219411春城医院治疗好不好桦甸中医医院的电话Scientists have revealed that flashing a stranger a coy smile or even just making eye contact can have a huge impact on their feelings, the Daily Mail reported.据英国《每日邮报》报道,科学家发现,对陌生人施以微笑,或仅仅来个眼神交流,都会给对方带来巨大的感情冲击。Researchers have conducted tests on hundreds of students to find out how tiny gestures can affect people -- and found how even the smallest amount of eye contact made them feel connected to others。研究人员对数百名学生进行测验后发现,细微的手势,甚至是微妙的眼神交流,都会使对方感觉有亲近感。;Ostracism is painful,; said chief researcher Eric Wesselmann, a social psychologist at Purdue University。美国普渡大学社会心理学家、该研究带头人埃里克·韦塞尔曼说:“被孤立是很痛苦的。”The team hopes the results can help explain why people often feel lonely in large cities where people rarely make eye contact。大城市的市民很少进行眼神交流,该团队希望他们的研究成果有助于解释人们孤独的原因。 /201212/213001长春南关区疾病预防控制中心看产科需要多少钱

吉林长春市妇女医院不孕专家长岭县治疗阴道炎多少钱Over the last few months, during the endurance-athletics offseason, something extraordinary happened: The line began to blur between the health effects of running marathons and eating cheeseburgers.过去几个月耐力赛事的淡季中,发生了一件很不寻常的事情:跑马拉松和吃芝士汉堡,这两件事对人体健康的影响的区别开始变得模糊起来。#39;I#39;m not worried, #39; says veteran running coach Mark Sullivan, who has run more than 150 marathons, joking that #39;there are guys who live to be 100 smoking cigarettes and eating cheeseburgers.#39;参加过150余场马拉松赛的资深跑步教练马克苏利凡(Mark Sullivan)说:“我一点儿也不担心。”他还开玩笑称:“有人又抽烟又吃芝士汉堡还能活到100岁呢。”Endurance athletes have long enjoyed a made-of-iron image. But amid mounting evidence that extraordinary doses of exercise may diminish the benefits of modest amounts, that image is being smudged. That extra six years of longevity running has been shown to confer? That benefit may disappear beyond 30 miles of running a week, suggests recent research.长期以来,耐力运动员在世人心目中都是铁人的形象。但随着越来越多的据表明,运动量过大的话,可能会减少适量运动所带来的益处。这给运动员的铁人形象蒙上了阴影。不是说跑步能让人多活六年吗?新近的研究表明,一周跑步超过30英里(约合48公里),这一好处可能就会消失殆尽。The improved blood pressure, cholesterol levels and robust cardiac health that exercise has been proven to bestow? Among extreme exercisers, those blessings may be offset partially by an increased vulnerability to atrial fibrillation and coronary-artery plaque, suggests other recent studies.如果上述说法成立,那跑马拉松能改善人的血压、胆固醇水平,并让心脏变得更为强健,这些已被实的事又该作何解释?近来另一些研究表明,对于过度锻炼者而言,由于他们更易患上心房颤动和冠状动脉斑块的病症,所以跑马拉松带来的一部分好处可能会被抵消掉。In the face of this research, long-standing skepticism about the possibility of #39;exercise overdose#39; is softening among many sports physicians. #39;The lesson I#39;ve learned from 40 years of cardiology is that when there#39;s this much smoke, there#39;s often some fire, #39; said Paul Thompson, a sports-medicine specialist and veteran marathoner who is chief of cardiology at Hartford Hospital in Connecticut.许多体育运动医学家一直都对存在“运动过量”这种可能性的说法表示质疑,但面对上述研究,他们中的很多人态度都在软化。康涅狄格州哈特福德医院(Hartford Hospital)心脏病学负责人、运动医学专家及马拉松老将保罗汤普森(Paul Thompson)说:“四十年的心脏病学职业生涯教给我一点:无中不能生有,事出总是有因。”Anecdotal concerns about endurance athletics have been building for years. Cardiac conditions that required surgery have forced into retirement two winners of the Ironman Triathlon World Championship. In 2011, Ironman winner Normann Stadler underwent emergency surgery to repair an enormous aortic aneurysm, a condition not caused but very possibly aggravated by endurance athletics. Research shows an association between endurance athletics and enlarged aortic roots.坊间关于耐力运动的担忧由来已久。铁人三项世界锦标赛(Ironman Triathlon World Championship)的两位冠军得主就因为心脏病需要动手术而被迫退役。2011年,该赛事冠军得主诺曼施泰德(Normann Stadler)就接受了一场治疗主动脉巨瘤的急诊手术。这种病虽然不是由耐力运动造成的,但后者很可能会加剧病情。研究表明,耐力运动和主动脉根部扩张二者之间存在着某种关联。Other recent studies suggest the significant mortality benefits of running may diminish or disappear at mileage exceeding 30 miles a week and other, very small studies have shown elevated levels of coronary plaque in serial marathoners─a problem that rigorous exercise theoretically could cause.近来另一些研究指出,虽然跑步显著地降低了死亡率,但如果一周跑步的总里程超过了30英里(约合48公里),这项运动带来的益处可能就会减少或消失。而其他一些小规模的研究已表明,长期跑马拉松的人其冠状动脉斑块含量升高──这一问题理论上说是有可能由于严格的训练造成的。#39;Heart disease comes from inflammation and if you#39;re constantly, chronically inflaming yourself, never letting your body heal, why wouldn#39;t there be a relationship between over exercise and heart disease?#39; said John Mandrola, a cardiac electrophysiologist and columnist for TheHeart.org.心脏电生理学家、TheHeart.org的专栏作者约翰曼德罗拉(John Mandrola)说:“心脏病源自炎症,如果你长期受慢性炎症困扰,从不让自己的身体痊愈,那么,过度锻炼和心脏病之间怎么可能会没有关系呢?”Yet sports-medicine specialists are sharply divided over whether any warning is warranted. For every American who exercises to extremes, after all, there are thousands who don#39;t exercise at all─and who might embrace any exercise-related warnings as cause for staying sedentary. Moreover, the evidence for extreme-exercise hazards is far from conclusive─and is contradicted by other studies suggesting the health benefits of exercise may accrue to infinity.然而,在是否有必要就此发出警告的问题上,运动医学专家们的分歧很大。毕竟,按美国的人口比例来算,与每一名运动强度直逼极限的人相对应的是成千上万名根本不运动的人──任何与运动相关的警告都有可能成为他们继续坐着不动的理由。此外,“过度锻炼是危险的”这一说法还缺少据,远未形成定论──而且与其他的研究结果也相矛盾,后者认为无止境的锻炼会有益于身体健康。#39;It#39;s true that the majority of cardiovascular protection comes from exercise at more moderate levels, but there is compelling evidence that there#39;s no upper limit, #39; said Benjamin Levine, director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine in Dallas and professor of medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.达拉斯运动和环境医学研究所(Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine)负责人、得克萨斯大学西南医学中心(University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center)医学教授本杰明莱文(Benjamin Levine)说:“有一点是确凿可信的,那就是大多对心血管的保护源自更适度的锻炼。但也有令人信的据表明,锻炼并没有上限。”#39;I don#39;t want anyone to that exercise can be bad for you. added Mandrola, a passionate cyclist. #39;Some folks do tons of exercise and are protected. Some folks probably have some individual susceptibility to it. I#39;m a big believer in short intervals of high intensity.#39;爱好自行车运动的曼德罗拉补充说:“我不希望任何人将其解读为锻炼可能对人有害。有些人运动量巨大却仍受其裨益,有些人易感不适可能是由于个人原因所致。我本人就坚信,应该进行短时间隔休息的高强度锻炼。”Sports medicine has a history of ignoring warning signs. Long after evidence emerged that over-hydrating could prove fatal to marathoners, experts continued encouraging runners to drink as much as possible─leading to utterly preventable tragedies such as the death of a 43-year-old mother of three in the 1998 Chicago Marathon. #39;Why did it take 20 years before the original evidence was accepted?#39; asked a 2006 article in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.运动医学界有着对警告信号熟视无睹的历史。有据表明,补水过度可能会对马拉松选手造成致命伤害。这一发现提出很久以后,专家们还是继续鼓励跑步者尽可能多地喝水──这就导致了一些原本完全可以避免的悲剧的上演,比如1998年在芝加哥马拉松赛(Chicago Marathon)中丧生的那位选手,她当时43岁,是三个孩子的母亲。2006年,《英国运动医学杂志》(British Journal of Sports Medicine)发表的一篇文章提出了这样一个问题:“为什么这个原始据在二十年之后才被人接受?”Following the recent emergence of studies finding high levels of coronary plaque in marathon runners, sports medicine is debunking the myth that distance running confers near-absolute protection against heart disease. #39;The thinking used to be, if you#39;re a marathoner, you#39;re protected, #39; said Thompson. While taking seriously the growing evidence for potential risks of endurance exercise, Thompson said he isn#39;t advising his patients against it. #39;As a former marathoner, I have a sympathetic bent toward large amounts of exercise.#39;新近诸多研究发现马拉松选手的冠状动脉斑块水平偏高后,运动医学界正在打破这样一种误解:长跑会对心脏病起到一种近乎绝对的防护作用。汤普森说:“过去有这样一种看法:如果你是一名马拉松运动员,你就得到了保护。”然而,越来越多的据表明耐力运动存在潜在风险。尽管很看重这些据,但汤普森说他并不建议自己的患者放弃耐力运动,“作为一名曾经的马拉松选手,我也偏爱大量的锻炼”。Publicizing the potential dangers of endurance exercise could give recreational athletes an argument for resisting pressure to go longer and harder. Within the running and triathlon communities, glory is often reserved for those who go extreme distances. #39;The longer you go, the more attention people pay to you, #39; said Aaron Baggish, a triathlete, marathoner and Massachusetts General Hospital cardiologist.向公众宣传耐力运动的潜在危险可能会给业余运动员一个浅尝辄止的理由,在面临需要他们跑得更远、付出更多努力的压力时会产生抗拒。在跑步和铁人三项的圈子里,荣誉总是留给那些愿意挑战里程极限的人。波士顿麻省总医院(Massachusetts General Hospital)心脏病专家、铁人三项和马拉松选手亚伦巴吉胥(Aaron Baggish)说:“你跑得的路越长,得到的关注也就越多。”The loudest voice warning about the dangers of endurance exercise may be that of James O#39;Keefe, a sports cardiologist and former elite triathlete. In his late forties, O#39;Keefe started experiencing heart palpitations following heavy workouts. He now believes the culprit was unrelenting exercise. An article he co-wrote last year in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings said: #39;Long-term excessive endurance exercise may induce pathological structural remodeling of the heart and large arteries.#39;在关于耐力运动有危险的警告声中,最响亮的声音可能来自詹姆斯欧基夫(James O#39;Keefe)。身为运动心脏病专家的欧基夫曾是一名铁人三项精英赛选手,但临近50岁时,欧基夫在进行高强度锻炼后开始出现心悸。他现在认为无休止的运动是这一切的罪魁祸首。去年,《梅奥诊所学报》(Mayo Clinic Proceedings)发表了欧基夫与他人合着的一篇文章,其中写道:“长期过度的耐力运动可能会诱发心脏和大动脉产生病理结构性重建。”As director of a decades-long project called the National Runners#39; Health Study, Paul Williams has published dozens of scientific articles showing that running─the more the better─confers a variety of robust health benefits. But along with Hartford#39;s Thompson, Williams just completed a study of 2, 377 runners and walkers who had survived heart attacks. Over 10.4 years, 526 of them died, 71.5% of them from cardiovascular disease. What Williams found is that the more they ran or walked after a heart attack, the less likely they were to die of heart disease─until they exceeded 7.1 kilometers of running or 10.7 kilometers of walking daily.全美跑步者健康研究(National Runners#39; Health Study)是一个持续了数十年的项目,该项目负责人保罗威廉姆斯(Paul Williams)已发表了几十篇科学论文,文章均表明跑步──越多越好──给人的健康带来了种种好处。但威廉姆斯也与哈特福德医院的汤普森一起完成了针对2,377名在心脏病后存活了下来的跑步者和步行者的一项研究。在10.4年的时间里,共有526名参与者去世,其中71.5%的人死于心血管疾病。威廉姆斯发现,他们在心脏病发后跑得越多或走得越多,其死于心脏病的风险就越小,前提是他们的运动里程不能超过临界点──一天跑步超过7.1公里或走路超过10.7公里。 /201306/244605长春做人流手术需要多少钱农安县儿童医院收费如何

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