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南平做输卵管疏通去那好福州市二医院检查精液费用Love or looksA surprising new study suggests that less attractive men may actually make better mates. Experts Jim McNulty and Robi Ludwig offer perspective.This morning on Today's Relationships, love and looks, ladies if you are smoking hot, well, guess what? You might want to think or you think you should have a hubby who is just as good looking as you are. But turns out a striking new study is turning conventional wisdom upside down. Whether you think you're a nerd or not, why don’t you just come down here n’ join us, ok? Hollywood has been poking fun at the phenomena for decades, the ugly guy who wins over the beautiful woman from Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (~we might have a baby by and by~) to Sex and the City, where stunning Charlotte falls into an unlikely romance with Harry.( “Believe me. I never thought a shecksay goddess like you would fall for a pups like me. )So ladies, if you wanna be happy for the rest of your life, should you ditch the good-looking guys and go for the geeks? (“Stop Harry.”) Maybe. Jim McNulty is a social psychologist who conducted the study, and Ruby Ludwig is a psychotherapist, good morning. Nice to have you both here. Good morning (Nice to be here). So Jimmy did the study involved some 82 newly-wed couples and you found that the more unattractive the man, I guess in the relationship, then the happier the relationship was. But these are newly-weds, right? Aren't they supposed to be happy anyway? They are newly-weds. They were happy anyway. Certainly, and they behaved positively. And so we are just interested to know what role physical attractiveness actually plays in marriage. We know it matters in the beginning of relationships what about in marriage? Certainly it is the draw, yeah, in that physical attraction. Certainly, but once I know you does your physical attractiveness still matter? So what we did was we took some tapes we had where people were discussing a personal goal. These newly-wed couples. And we recorded. We had the recordings, went back and watched them for the positivity and the negativity in their behavior and also rated the physical attractiveness of the husband and of the wife and found out the way he.....(you rated them, not for the spouses rate them, OK ). We had a team, no, it was the spouses, did not do the ratings. We had a team of objective raters. (Right!) And surprisingly, they are actually agreed fairly well, and that is kind of consistent with the literature. People… (So something most scientific study is what you are saying. But I guess there is some psychology though behind that.)No, It’s definitely a scientific study in the sense that the objective raters all agreed about who was attractive, and when they agreed that the husband was the more attractive person in the relationship, the behaviors that other people saw when they watched the tapes tended to be more negative both the husband and the wife. So the flip side was also true when the wife was more attractive both people behaved more smoothly. And they would support the discussions. So they were discussing a personal goal. If you have a personal goal, does your husband help you meet that goal? So the husband is basically trying harder. I guess, in a sense(exactly. That’s…) trying harder to maintain the relationship. (That’s exactly what is going on. )He’s gonna do more if his wife or, you know, his girlfriend is more attractive.Ruby, does this kind of add up to what you actually see, in your, being an expert of relationships?Not necessarily. I mean, there are also studies that show that people are kind of drawn to other people who match their attractiveness level. But having said that, certainly a partner is an extension of who we are, and how we wanna present ourselves. So if we feel that our partner is not living up to what's important to us, then that can somehow impact our marital satisfaction. Is there some evolutionary concept that place into this? Yes, yeah. First of all, beauty feels good, (Yeah) and it also signifies health. I mean, women are looking for a little bit different things too.(We are more pragmatic) I think in a relationship, they are gonna...he is gonna be a good father to your children.(That’s right) I mean you probably are influenced by power and intelligence. Sure, because that signifies being taken care of, having children who could be safe. So women are more pragmatic and men, I think, think more biologically. Who can I have these many children with? And also, you know, that if someone who is really good-looking and you are a woman that they can feel like I’m with somebody who is very youthful who makes me look successful. So our partners certainly do help us to feel a certain way. What's the bottom line of this Jim, because this is not to say then though, if I am ing you or taking this study correctly that if you are a woman and you are single, and you are looking for a mate, then you’re better off looking for a frog than looking for a prince charming? No, the headlines that are out there have taken a little bit too far. You know, this is an average finding. And there are many factors that matter to marriages. It’s surprising/ that this one does matter. But certainly there are other things and I think to take a message then is if you meet your partner's goals, that partner is gonna work harder to maintain the relationship. That’s kind of what we saw here. Everybody should be working harder to maintain the relationship. I think that’s the bottom line. Jim McNulty and Ruby Ludwig, thank you so much. Thank you very much. 01/61589福州做输卵管疏通大约多少钱 Following their first major presidential debate, Republican White House contenders have made it clear they intend to make the 2012 U.S. presidential election a referendum on President Barack Obama's handling of the domestic economy. Political analysts say the strategy is no surprise and could make for a very close election next year.共和党总统竞选人首场主要辩论结束后,该党希望被提名的竞选人就明确表示,他们要将2012年总统大选变成一个针对奥巴马国内经济政策的全民公决。政治分析人士说,这个战略在预料之中,可能会让明年大选双方得票结果十分接近。Seven Republican contenders took part in the presidential debate, and political analysts generally gave the higher grades to former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann.7名共和党总统参选人参加了辩论,政治分析人士普遍看好前麻萨诸塞州州长罗姆尼和来自明尼苏达州的国会女议员米歇尔.巴赫曼。Romney has solidified his lead in the polls as the Republican frontrunner in recent weeks and is citing his business background as an advantage in discussing how to revive the U.S. economy.罗姆尼最近几个星期在民调中奠定了他领先的地位,并称他自己的经商背景是讨论如何重振美国经济的有利条件。"The right way for America to create jobs is to keep government in its place and to allow the private sector and the energy and passion of the American people to create a brighter future for our kids and for ourselves," said Romney.罗姆尼说:“美国创造工作机会的正确方式是,限制政府的作用,让私营部门以及美国人民的能量和热情发挥出来,为他们以及子孙创造更光明的未来。”Despite his lead in the polls, Romney still faces concerns from conservatives who question his previous moderate stances on issues like abortion, climate change and health care reform.尽管罗姆尼在民调中一直领先,但是他仍然受到保守派人士的怀疑。保守派人士批评他过去在堕胎、气候变化以及健保改革议题上的温和的立场。201106/140605New York Mass Transit Boosts Security Following Moscow Attacks纽约地铁加强安保措施The massive New York City public transit system has stepped up security measures after two suicide bombings in Moscow's underground train system killed at least 39 people. The police department says there has been no specific threat against the city's subway system, but additional security has been put in place as a precaution.莫斯科两起自杀式炸弹爆炸导致至少39人丧生之后,纽约庞大的公共交通系统加强了安保措施。纽约警察局说,尽管纽约地铁系统并没有受到特别的威胁,但纽约市还是加强了对地铁系统的安保措施。The additional coverage includes more armed officers and sniffer dogs patrolling subway stations as well as more frequent bag checks and increased surveillance of high-traffic areas.这些额外措施包括配置更多的武装警察和嗅探犬,更频繁的包裹搜查以及加强对交通繁忙地段的监测。Mayor Michael Bloomberg says all New Yorkers, including the more than 250,000 with Russian heritage, express their deepest sympathy to the victims of the Moscow train bombings. He says any terrorist attack reminds the city it needs to remain vigilant.纽约市长布隆伯格说,所有纽约市民,包括25多万名有俄罗斯血统的人,对莫斯科地铁爆炸事件深表同情。他说,任何恐怖袭击都提醒纽约必须保持警惕。"The answer to what we're doing is we change it every day and for security reasons, obviously, we're not going to tell anybody what we are doing," he said. "But you can rest assured that we have great interest in what goes on around the world." “出于安全考虑,我们每天都做改动,我们不会告诉任何人这些改动是什么。但是你可以放心,我们高度关注世界各地发生的事情。”The two bomb attacks in Moscow occurred during Monday's busy morning rush to work. Russian officials say early indications are that the attacks were the work of militant groups from the Northern Caucasus.The attacks, carried out by two women, have spurred transit officials in New York City, Washington D.C., Boston, Chicago and other U.S. cities to temporarily tighten security to deter copycats.莫斯科地铁爆炸案促使纽约、华盛顿、波士顿、芝加哥和其它美国城市的交通官员都临时性地加强了安全措施,以防止任何类似事件发生。One subway rider in New York, Willma Matthews, says the attacks in Russia serve as a reminder of the vulnerability of mass transit.威尔马·马休斯是纽约的地铁乘客。他说,俄罗斯的恐怖袭击提醒人们,公共交通系统是一个薄弱环节。"If someone wants to do something, I guess you can't stop people," she said. "You don't know what's under someone's coat."“如果有人想要做什么,你没有办法阻止他们。你不知道别人衣里藏了什么。”Last month, an Afghan immigrant living in the western U.S. state of Colorado, Najibullah Zazi, pleaded guilty to charges of leading a plot to bomb the New York subway system.上个月,住在科罗拉多州的阿富汗移民纳吉卜拉·查兹承认了有关他带头策划对纽约地铁发动爆炸袭击的指控。201004/100637南平那个医院造影

福州哪里有检查精液比较好A tornado rips across the Missouri Plains. Winds over 150 miles per hour shred everything in the twister's path. When it smashes a trailer home, one man is sucked into the heart of the storm, spun and shaken horrifically. His limp body drops out of the sky a quarter of a mile away. "It was crazy. I knew that I wasn't where I supposed to be, and it took me a minute to realize, you know, what was happening." Matt hasn't broken a single bone. How could that be? Scientists estimate Matt hit the ground traveling at least 30 miles an hour. Yet his bones protected his internal organs from being smashed. "Lock the door." "Got it." Our skeleton is made up of 206 bones, from the largest in our legs and arms to the tiny bones in our toes and fingers. They give us the tough flexible frame that lets us push and pull on our will. Bone is incredibly strong. Pound for pound, bone is stronger than concrete. It has a strength-to-weight ratio found in no other natural material on earth. The secret of bone's strength and lightness lies inside. It is a matrix of hollow cells; its walls are as thin as paper. Bone gets its rigidity from calcium and phosphorus, materials found in seashells and teeth. But astonishingly, almost half of our bone mass is soft and alive, allowing our bones to bend. Every seven years, a healthy human body completely replaces every single bone cell. This renewal keeps our bones incredibly strong and uniquely adaptable. Notes:strength/weight ratio: The relationship between the structural strength of a material and its weight.bone mass: The amount of mineral in a bone. Although this is different from bone density, the terms are often used interchangeably.参考中文翻译:龙卷风在密苏里平原肆虐横行。风速高达每小时150英里,撕碎了前进路上的一切障碍。当它打道回府的时候,一名男子被吸进风眼,恐怖地旋转摇摆。他软弱的身体最终从1.25英里的高空落下。“简直太疯狂了。我知道我应该在哪里。你知道,我用了一分钟的时间才明白发生了什么事。”Matt毫发未损。为什么会这样呢?科学家估计Matt落到地面时的速度至少每小时30英里。但是他的骨头保护他的内脏器官免收损害。“锁门。”“收到。”我们的骨架由206块骨骼组成,从四肢的最大的骨骼到手指脚趾的细小的骨头,组成了我们坚硬有弹性的框架,使我们可以伸缩自如。骨骼坚硬的不可思议。均等重量下,骨头比水泥还坚硬。它有这很高的力量重量比率,地球上的其他物质都没有发现。骨头的力量大,重量却很轻,秘密在于骨头里面。它是由一系列空细胞组成的,细胞壁像纸一样薄。骨骼坚硬是由于钙和磷,这些物质同样存在于贝壳和牙齿中。但是令人惊讶的是,我们骨骼中几乎一半的物质是柔软的,活动,可以使我们的骨骼弯曲。每七年,健康的人体的骨骼细胞会更新一遍。这种更新使我们的骨骼异常坚硬,适应性奇强。200811/57110福州市第七医院做包皮手术好不好费用多少 Major European Interest Rate Cuts Fail to Rally World Markets美国四百多万人领取失业救济补助Continued economic weakness has led to another round of interest rate cuts in Europe, while the number of Americans receiving unemployment benefits has reached a 26-year high.经济持续疲软引发欧洲新一轮利率削减,与此同时,美国申请失业救济的人数达到了26年的新高。For the third time in as many months, the European Central Bank has slashed interest rates - this time by three-quarters of a percent, the largest cut in the currency bloc's 10-year history. Central banks in Britain and Sweden cut interest rates even more aggressively. 欧洲中央在3个月里第三次降息,幅度为0.75个百分点,是欧元区成立10年来最大的降幅。英国和瑞典中央降息幅度更加大胆。ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet says Europe's anemic economic performance has greatly reduced any risk that lower interest rates will kindle inflation. 欧洲央行行长特里谢说,欧洲萧条的经济现状使得低利率引发通货膨胀的风险大为降低。"There is increased evidence that inflationary pressures are diminishing further," he said. "The decline in inflation rates is due mainly to the fall in commodity prices and the significant slowdown in economic activity largely related to the global effects of the financial turmoil." 特里谢说:“越来越多的据表明,通货膨胀的压力在进一步减小。通胀率降下来主要是由于农产品和矿产品价格下降以及经济活动的明显减少,主要是跟全球金融动荡的影响有关。”In the ed States, new claims for unemployment benefits moderated slightly last week, but still remain at levels indicative of a contracting labor market. Overall, more than four million Americans are receiving unemployment benefits, the largest number since 1982. 在美国,上星期首次申请失业救济的人数稍微减少,但是仍然维持在能够显示就业市场在萎缩的水平。总体看,美国共有400多万人在领取失业补助,是1982年以来的历史新高。Massive job cuts are no longer limited to America's battered financial sector, according to Deutsche Bank's chief U.S. economist, Joseph Lavorgna. 德意志首席美国经济学家约瑟夫.拉沃格纳认为,大量裁员已经不再局限于美国陷入困境的金融业。"The U.S. economy and, to a larger extent, the global economy just completely shut down," he said. "And companies are freezing all of their hiring, and in many cases laying workers off because demand [for their products] has completely collapsed." 拉沃格纳说:“美国经济,或者从更大范围看,全球经济已经完全停止运行。企业冻结所有的人员招聘,而且在许多情况下,正在裁减员工,因为产品需求完全崩溃了。”The Commerce Department provided further evidence of reduced demand for goods, reporting a 5.1 percent decline in U.S. factory orders for October, the biggest drop in eight years. 美国商务部报告说,美国10月份的工厂订单减少了5.1%,是8年来的最大降幅,从而进一步明需求下降这个事实。In addition, with the exception of bargain outlets, U.S. retailers are reporting weak sales figures for November.  此外,来自美国零售业的数据表示,除廉价商店之外,11月的销售疲软。"Rising food prices and the fear about losing your savings, losing your job, has all kicked in [intensified], and people are learning how to just say 'no' [to non-essential purchases]. December sales will be miserable," said retail analyst Candace Corlett. 零售分析师科利特说:“食品价格上涨以及担心失去积蓄、失去工作,这些都是零售业绩不好的原因,而且人们现在学会对不必要的物品说‘不’。12月的零售额会非常惨。”Many economists trace the economic slowdown to a credit crunch sparked by a wave of home foreclosures and mortgage defaults in the ed States. To help spur lending, resuscitate America's moribund housing sector, and boost the economy as a whole, the Federal Reserve has aggressively cut interest rates during the past year. 许多经济学家认为经济下滑是美国房主丧失房屋赎回权和拖欠抵押贷款引发的信贷紧缩所致。为了帮助人们借贷、重新振兴美国奄奄一息的住房业,进而推动整体经济,美国联邦储备委员会在过去一年已经几次大幅度削减利率。Yet, with interest rates aly at historically-low levels and no evidence of a pick-up in the housing market, the Treasury Department is reportedly crafting new, creative means to force mortgage rates even lower. Under one option, the federal government would invest in securities that finance loans for home purchases, stipulating a significantly reduced interest rate.The plan appeals to financial analyst Greg McBride."Lower mortgage rates are designed to put more buying power in the pockets of prospective home buyers," he said. "That helps anybody who is trying to buy a house, but it also helps people who are trying to sell them."But analysts point out the idea would do nothing to lower mortgage payments for existing homeowners who are in danger of default.200812/58008福州无痛人流手术那家比较好

龙岩哪个医院治疗封闭抗体A group of Chicago kids find work as candy consultants. WMAQ's Art Norman reports. This is an assortment of candies from the 1950s to some not yet on the market. The products range from chocolate-covered gummy bears to a jellybean flavor called Rotten Eggs. He's one of several Chicago kids who make up the Candy Council. But as anyone knows if a child does not like a specific flavor jellybean, they will let you know. Industry executives can make a million-dollar judgment based on the tests of body language, but as in this case, these 4th through 8th graders never lie. (it's really bad.) But sometimes the candy industry can strike gold.And actually what it does is that you put the tablet in the water, it fizzes up and turns into a noncaloric drink. This is Fizzle, a popular candy from the 1950s. You can put it in water or you can put it on your tongue. It comes in Root Beer, fruit punch, lemon lime or orange. (Oh, Fizzle, so good. – What you guys think of this product? You think it's like…? So good. Thumbs up on this one you bring it in? Oh, yeah. Two thumbs up.)Other products being tested by this very young panel include tattoo candy for your tongue, spray candy for your mouth, tipsy-pub drops, or candy straws where you can eat it or drink through it.200812/58807 Israel to Open Humanitarian Corridor to Gaza; Egypt Invites Parties to Cairo Talks以同意周三起在加沙开通人道走廊   Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the U.N. Security Council Tuesday that Israel has agreed to open a humanitarian corridor into Gaza starting Wednesday. Meanwhile, Egypt's president has invited Israel and the Palestinian factions to talks in Cairo to end the escalation of violence. The U.N. Secretary-General has also announced he will go to the region next week. 美国国务卿赖斯星期二在联合国安理会上表示,以色列同意从星期三开始,在加沙开通一条人道走廊。同时,埃及总统邀请以色列和巴勒斯坦各派系到开罗会谈。以期结束暴力升级。同时,联合国秘书长宣布,他将在下星期前往中东。Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and several foreign ministers participated in the high-level Security Council session Tuesday evening. 巴勒斯坦权力机构主席阿巴斯和几个国家的外长星期二晚上参加了一次安理会高层会议。President Abbas said that after 11 days of Israeli military action his people are gravely suffering and he urged council members to call for an immediate end to the violence.  阿巴斯说,经过11天的以色列军事行动,巴勒斯坦人民蒙受了极大痛苦,他敦促安理会成员呼吁立即停止暴力行动。"All of those people, and the Arab and Islamic peoples, indeed the entire world opinion will accept no less than an urgent intervention by the Security Council to stop the fire and deter the aggressor," said President Abbas. "This is the message I am bearing, a message I believe cannot be subject to any prevarication or delay." 阿巴斯通过翻译说:“所有这些人,以及阿拉伯人和以色列人,实际上整个世界舆论只能接受的是,安理会紧急干预,实行停火,阻止侵略者。这就是我带来的信息。我认为,这个信息不能受到任何的搪塞和拖延。”He expressed support for the just announced offer from Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to host both sides in talks, as early as Wednesday.  阿巴斯表示持埃及总统穆巴拉克提出的建议,由埃及主持最早在星期三召开的冲突双方的会谈。Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit said Cairo's initiative calls for Israel and the Palestinian factions to accept an immediate cease-fire for a specific period. He said this would allow for opening secure corridors for relief assistance to Gaza and enable Egypt to continue its efforts to reach a comprehensive, durable and permanent cease-fire.  埃及外长盖特说,开罗敦促以色列和巴勒斯坦各派系接受在一个特定时期内立即停火。他说,这将使有关方面能够开放安全走廊,向加沙提供救济援助,并使埃及能够继续努力达成全面、持续和永久的停火。Israel has yet to respond to the Egyptian invitation and its U.N. envoy Gabriela Shalev did not mention the proposal when she addressed the council. Instead, she said Israel's incursion has dealt the Hamas infrastructure a major blow, destroying dozens of its factories and training bases, diminishing its stockpiles of rockets and destroying many of its smuggling tunnels.  以色列还没有对埃及的邀请作出反应。以色列驻联合国大使沙莱夫在安理会发言时没有谈到埃及的建议。她只是说,以色列进攻加沙,沉重打击了哈马斯的基础设施,摧毁了几十个哈马斯的工厂和训练基地,减少了火箭储备,并摧毁了许多走私渠道。She said Israel had no choice in the face of such attacks but to act.  沙莱夫说,以色列面对哈马斯的攻击,没有别的选择,只能采取行动。"In the face of such terrorism we have no choice," said Gabriela Shalev. "We have to defend ourselves - not from the Palestinian people, but from the terrorists who have taken them hostage." 她说:“面对这种恐怖主义,我们没有选择。我们不得不自卫,攻击我们的不是巴勒斯坦人民,而是把巴勒斯坦人民作为人质的恐怖分子。”U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the council that the ed States is deeply concerned about the situation in the Gaza Strip, which she said is "clearly worsening", but said that any cease-fire Washington would support must be durable and sustainable, and not a return to the status quo ante.  美国国务卿赖斯对安理会说,美国对加沙地带的局势深表关切。她说,当地局势明显在恶化。但是她说,美国政府持的任何停火必须是持久的,能够维持的,而不是恢复原状。"We need very much to find a solution to this problem in the short term," said Condoleezza Rice. "But it really must be a solution this time that doesn't allow Hamas to use Gaza as launching pad against Israeli cities. It has to be a solution that does not allow the rearmament of Hamas, and it must be a solution that finds a way to open crossings so that Palestinians in Gaza can have normal life." 她说:“我们非常需要找到在短期内解决目前问题的办法。但是,实际上,这种解决办法一定不能允许哈马斯利用加沙对以色列的城市发动火箭攻击。它必须不能让哈马斯重新武装。它必须找到一种开放边界的途径,以便让加沙的巴勒斯坦人能正常的生活。”Secretary Rice said Washington is working "around the clock" to end the violence and said Israel had agreed to open a humanitarian corridor starting Wednesday to bring some relief to the people of Gaza.  赖斯国务卿说,美国政府在马不停蹄地为结束暴力而工作。她说,以色列已经同意从星期三开始开通一条人道走廊,向加沙人民运送一些救济物资。Meanwhile, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he would go Israel, the occupied Palestinian territory and some regional capitals next week to help push diplomacy forward. 同时,联合国秘书长潘基文说,下星期他将前往以色列和被占领的巴勒斯坦地区,以及该地区的一些首都,帮助推动外交努力。"But I do not believe we can wait until then to end the violence," said Ban Ki-moon. "We must achieve that now." 他说:“但是我并不认为,我们能等到那个时候才结束暴力。我们必须现在就结束暴力。”Mr. Ban repeated his calls for an immediate cease-fire that is durable and respected fully by all sides.  潘基文再次呼吁,各方立即实现持久的停火,并且尊重停火。The Security Council has been unable to agree on a resolution calling for an immediate cease-fire, but diplomats say the effort is continuing to reach a consensus. 安理会一直不能就一个呼吁立即停火的决议达成一致。但是外交官们说,各方在继续努力达成共识。More than 600 Palestinians have died since Israel launched its air and ground assault 11 days ago. The ed Nations estimates that one quarter of the victims have been civilians, including many children. Hamas rockets have killed at least four Israelis. 自从以色列在11天前发动空袭和地面进攻以来,已经有600多名巴勒斯坦人死亡。联合国估计,死者中大约四分之一是平民,包括许多儿童。哈马斯的火箭至少打死4名以色列人。01/60669福州妇保医院复通手术好不好福州博爱中医院检查不育是不是很贵



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