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  An Indian woman is filing for divorce after her husband failed to change his relationship status to married on social network site Facebook.一位印度妇女申请离婚,理由是丈夫未能在社交网站Facebook上将婚姻状况改为已婚。The 28-year-old has aly approached the family court seeking divorce saying that she can not trust him after her failed to announce their marriage on the website.这位28岁的妇女已经向家事法院提出离婚申请,称因丈夫未能在Facebook网站上声明他们的婚姻而失去了她的信任。The Telugu couple had an arranged marriage just two months ago and the case was filed in the jurisdiction of an Aurangabad court where the women is thought to live.两个月前,这对泰卢固的年轻人在双方家庭的安排下组成了家庭,这起离婚案在奥兰加巴德法院的管辖范围内,据称这里是该妇女的居住地。According to the Deccan Chronicle her husband told the court that he had forgotten to update his status, but the judge has given the two parties six months to undergo counselling. Speaking to the Indian based newspaper High Court advocate Mr Subhash said, #39;I came to know of the above incident from the magistrate in the Aurangabad court.《德干纪事报》有消息称,这位丈夫在法庭申辩说,他忘记了更新婚姻状况,而法官决定给予双方6个月时间进行协商处理。总部设在印度的报纸《高等法院》的律师苏巴斯先生说:“我从奥兰加巴德法院地方法官那里得知此事。”#39;The Hyderabadi husband had told the judge that he was so busy post marriage with family and his furniture business that he really had no time to check his FB or change his status. He was willing to do so now or even de-activate his account, however, the woman was not keen to continue with the marriage and she says her husband might be doing things behind her back and she couldn’t trust him.#39;“这位来自海迪拉巴的丈夫告诉法官,他忙于和家人一起张贴结婚消息和家具生意,确实无暇顾及Facebook或更改婚姻状况。他很乐意现在动手做这件事,甚至同意冻结他的帐号,然而,妻子却没有维持这段婚姻的热情,认为丈夫可能在背地里捣鬼,并表示对他不再信任。”Although there are thought to be few cases whereby the failure to change a status of a relationship has caused a breakdown Facebook is increasingly being used as a source of evidence in divorce cases, according to lawyers.律师们说,尽管人们认为未能更改婚姻状况导致婚姻破裂的案例极少,但Facebook越来越多地被用作离婚案的据来源。The social networking site was cited as a reason for a third of divorces last year in which unreasonable behaviour was a factor, according to law firm Divorce-Online. The firm said it had seen a 50 per cent jump in the number of behaviour-based divorce petitions that contained the word ‘Facebook’ in the past two years.《离婚在线》律师事务所介绍说,社交网站Facebook关系到去年三分之一的离婚案,不理智行为是这些案例中一个因素。该事务所还透露,在过去的两年里,与Facebook相关基于不当行为而提出的离婚申请在数量上激增了50%。Mark Keenan, managing director of Divorce-Online, said: ‘Facebook has become the primary method for communicating with friends for many people.《离婚在线》总经理马卡.基纳说:“对很多人来说,Facebook已成为朋友间沟通的主要工具。”#39;People contact ex-partners and the messages start as innocent, but lead to trouble.‘If someone wants to have an affair or flirt with the opposite sex then it’s the easiest place to do it.’“人们与朋友在Facebook上你来我往,始于无心,但祸起萧墙。对那些意欲发展婚外情或与异性打情骂俏的人来说,该网站也确实方便至极。”Thirty-three per cent of the 5,000 behaviour petitions filed with the firm in the past year mentioned the site. The most common reasons for Facebook causing problems in relationships were a spouse finding flirty messages, photos of their partner at a party they did not know about or with someone they should not have been with.去年该事务所接受的5000起基于不当行为提交的申请中,33%提到了这个社交网站。Facebook引发婚姻危机的最普遍的原因为,挑逗性的言语、陌生的聚会照或与异性不适宜的合影被配偶发现。 /201205/184110



  不再需要电池和充电器,也不用再看着纠结在一起的电源线发愁。本周在的国际消费电子产品展会上展出的一项叫做“无线电源”的电力传输方式将可以通过空气向笔记本电脑、iPod以及其他便携式电子设备输送电力。只要身处开通了无线电源的房间或者把电子设备放在具备传输功能的桌子上,设备就会自动进入充电状态,手机突然没电的烦恼也将不复存在。“充电”之类的字眼也将从字典中消失。No more batteries, no more chargers and no more wire spaghetti. This is the future promised by "wireless power", a means of broadcasting electricity through the air to laptops, iPods and other gadgets without the need for cables and sockets.Untethered lighting, audio speakers and digital picture frames are expected to be among the first commercial products demonstrated in Las Vegas this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show, the world's biggest gadgets tradeshow.Experts believe this is just the beginning and that eventually wireless electricity - dubbed "WiTricity" by some - could do for battery life what WiFi did for the Internet. In a world without wires, laptop users in cafes and airport terminals would be inside an "electricity hotspot" and no longer have to delve past legs, bags and furniture in search of an awkwardly located socket."You'd be able to buy a desk that charged any gadget placed on it, or power any PC you put on top," said James Holland, editor of gadgets website Electricpig.co.uk."If each room had wireless power, you'd know that once you walked through the front door your mobile would start charging up - even while still in your bag or pocket. You'd never need to hunt for the right charger again."Among the companies showcasing the ambitious technology at CES is PowerBeam. Its system turns electricity into an invisible laser, then literally beams it, as heat, across the room to a solar cell that converts it back into electricity.David Graham, the co-founder of PowerBeam, said: "We're going to delete the word 'recharge' from the English dictionary. If your cell phone is recharging on your desk all day, you won't be thinking about it."The Silicon Valley company can currently use a laser to generate about 1.5 watts of power to a solar cell 10 meters away. This would be enough to power an electronic speaker or small LED lights, but not enough to operate a laptop, which requires an estimated 30 to 50 watts. However, Graham said that the technology could comfortably be scaled up.PowerBeam insists its laser does not pose a risk to users' health because it is simply moving heat from one place to another. Graham said that, if someone walked through the beam, it would shut down within a thousandth of a second, then restart once the path is clear. The technology also promises energy efficiency because it would only power products when needed.Vocabulary:WiTricity: wireless electricity, 无线电力WiFi: wireless fidelity, 无线保真技术,在办公室和家庭中使用的短距离无线技术 /200901/60605Where It's Offensive: Japan, China, Saudi Arabia, France.禁忌地:日本、沙特阿拉伯、法国What's Offensive 禁忌:Some cultures find it disgusting to blow your nose in public--especially at the table. The Japanese and Chinese are also repelled by the idea of a handkerchief.有些文化认为当众擤鼻涕是让人厌恶的行为——尤其在餐桌上。日本人还排斥使用手帕。What You Should Do Instead 对策:If traveling through Eastern and Asian countries, leave the hankies at home and opt for disposable tissues instead. In France as well as in Eastern countries, if you're dining and need to clear your nasal passages, excuse yourself and head to the restroom. Worst-case scenario: make an exaggerated effort to steer away from the table. Let's hope you don't have a cold.到东方或亚洲国家旅游时,把手帕留在家中,选择用一次性纸巾吧!在法国以及一些东方国家,如果在就餐过程中你需要擤鼻涕,要先说声“请原谅”再去洗手间。最糟糕的情景是:极为夸张地从餐桌上扭过头去擤鼻涕。还是祈祷自己不要感冒吧! /200907/77532澳大利亚科学家研究发现,重金属音乐会上人们伴随快速的节奏头部剧烈摇摆有害健康。专家提醒,频繁参加类似活动可能对人的头部和颈部造成损伤。这个不同寻常的研究结果发表在最新一期《英国医学杂志》上。澳大利亚新南威尔士大学教授德克兰#8226;巴顿和安德鲁#8226;麦金托什在亲自参加了两场硬摇滚和重金属音乐会后发现,摇滚音乐会上的乐迷们大多看起来神志不清且行动不协调;乐迷们在音乐会上听的那些歌曲平均每分钟有146拍,如果伴随这种音乐进行头部摇晃运动超过75度角,便会产生头痛和眩晕症。Warning: Head-banging to Metallica, Motorhead or Megadeth could be hazardous to your health.So concludes the first-ever study, published yesterday, of thefin-de-siecle dance style in which afficionados of heavy metal jerk their heads up and down to a fast and furious beat.Declan Patton and Andrew McIntosh at Australia's School for Risk and Safety Sciences at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, attended hard rock and heavy metal concerts to observe head-banging techniques.They then worked up a biomechanical analysis, culminating in a "theoretical head-banging model".In their offbeat study, published by the British Medical Journal, the pair say that thrashing about like an electro-shocked rabbit may cause similar effects to whiplash.A typical death-metal rhythm of 146 beats-per-minute or faster, combined with head-banging arcs of at least 45 degrees, is "predicted to cause mild head and neck injury", they say.With faster tempos and wider arcs, "there are definite risks of mild traumatic brain injury".Anecdotal evidence also points to the potential health hazards of thrash rock, the paper says."In 2005, doctors believed that Terry Balsamo, the guitarist from the Bank Evanescence, experienced a stroke from head banging," it notes.So what can be done?Metal fans could wear a neck brace while head-banging - or listen instead to Michael Bolton, Celine Dion, Enya and Richard Clayderman, joke Patton and McIntosh.To teens who still prefer Ultra Vomit to easy listening, the paper offers a practical example of what to avoid.It applies the "theoretical head-banging model" to cartoon wunderkinder Beavis and Butt-head, dancing to The Ramones' I Wanna Be Sedated at 164 beats per minute.The range of motion of Beavis' head is about 45 degrees, which is below the injury threshold.For Butt-head, though, the prospects are not so great.He head-bangs with a range of motion of about 75 degrees, with the risk of "level one" head injuries - headaches and dizziness. /200812/59852

  在《傲慢与偏见》中,在最初的舞会上达西对伊丽莎白的态度傲慢,伊丽莎白也因受达西的怠慢,便对他产生了偏见。兜兜转转,最终才有情人终成眷属。古话说的好:“第一印象机会难得,失不再来”。赶紧看看男士第一次和女士“必胜约会”的10个小贴士。1. Pay1. 付钱问题Pay for everything. Don#39;t mention splitting the bill. If the lady suggests paying part of the bill, do not accept the offer. If she insists, allow her to pay what she wishes (this is not just a rule for dating).抢着买下所有的单。绝对不要提AA这档子事。如果女方主动提议给一部分钱,你可以完全忽略她的建议。如果她坚持要这样做的话,那就让她随便给点吧。2. Location2. 地点问题No movies on the first date. How can you get to know each other if you spend the majority of the time in silence? I would recommend taking your date out for dinner (no lunch dates on the first date either). Take her somewhere you feel comfortable and somewhere you can easily afford. You don#39;t want to be nervous all through the date that you might get stuck with a crippling bill. If price is a big concern for you, you can organize your own date in a public place (like a park or even at your own home) and prepare the meal yourself. If you can#39;t cook, takeaways are fine, but serve it on plates at the table and try to make an effort.第一次约会绝对不要去看电影。如果约会的绝大部分时间你们都沉默着,你们怎么增进之间的了解呢?我会建议你带着她出去吃顿饭(也不要一起去吃午饭)。带她去一个你感觉很舒同时也不太贵的地方那是最好了。这样你就不会因为一直担心那恐怖的账单而一直惴惴不安了。如果价钱问题很严重的话,你可以将你们的约会安排到一个公共的地方(像一个公园,或者你家也行)同时自备食物。如果你自己不会弄饭的话,外卖也是可以的,但一定要尽力用盘子盛食物并且放在桌子上。I would also suggest that you not go too overboard with the first date. Keep it simple and moderately priced. You can get extravagant on subsequent dates if things go well.我还要建议你不用对第一次约会太全身心的投入了。保持简单和适度的价格。如果一切进展顺利的话,你会在接下来的约会中变得过度浪费。3. Manners3. 方式问题First off, if you are going to dinner, the Rules for Fine Dining list; try to remember at least one or two. When you pick up your date, get out of the car and hold the door open for her. Do the same when you are letting her out of the car. If you are dining out for your first date, hold the chair out for your date and help her sit.当你去接她时,停下车后立刻下车为她把门打开。在他下车的时候也需要这样做。如果你在第一次约会的时候外出吃饭,一定要帮他拉椅子帮她入座。Don#39;t be late.还有一点,绝对不要迟到了哦~4. Respect4. 尊重她That means not to expect anything in return! A date is not payment for future pleasures, it is a way to get to know someone to gauge compatibility. This rule also means you should not try to get your date drunk, drugged, or compromised in any other way. At the end of the date you can offer a small kiss – offer nothing else and expecting nothing back.这意味着不要期盼有任何的回报!一次约会绝对不是对未来欢乐时光的投资,而是一种更全面跟透彻了解一个人的方法。这也意味着你绝对不能把你的约会对象灌醉,和她一起嗑药或着以任何方式伤害她。在约会的最后你可以尝试一个浅浅的吻——不用提供什么其他的东西同时也不要期盼有什么回报。5. Confidence5. 自信Be confident and take charge of the evening. This does not mean you should drag your date around by the arm; be firm with your suggestions and be confident that you will have a good date and make a good impression – remember, if you were a total loser you wouldn#39;t be on the date in the first place.自信一点并掌管一切的事情。这不是叫你拉着她的手臂到处走,而是要显得对自己的建议有信心,坚信你们能享受一个非常愉快的约会而且你会给她留下一个非常好的印象。记住,如果你是一个彻底的失败者的话,你根本就没有机会和她同一个桌子。6. Grooming6. 装扮问题Dress appropriately for your date, and you should probably let your date know where you are planning to take her in advance so she can also dress appropriately. If you are going to the beach for a seaside dinner, dress nicely (no jeans) but don#39;t overdress. Similarly, if you are going to a fancy restaurant, wear a shirt and tie. Make sure your shoes are clean and polished if necessary.为你的约会合理打扮一下,你也应该提前让她知道你们的约会是去哪,这样她才知道应该怎么穿衣。如果你们要去海滩享受海边晚餐,穿漂亮点穿少点(别穿牛仔裤)。相同的,如果你们要去一家高档次的酒店,一定要穿T恤打领带。记住整干净你的鞋,必要的时候擦一擦。Shower. Shampoo. Shave. If you have cologne, wear a little but not too much.洗澡,用好点的洗发水。如果你用古龙水的话,也可以适量的喷一点。7. Conversation7. 谈话主题Do not focus on yourself during the evening – ask your date questions about herself (this works in all social situations). Listen to the replies too and don#39;t just look for an opening to start discussing yourself. Do not talk about your job for more than a few minutes – while our own work is a fascinating subject for us, it is seldom fascinating for someone else. Be sure to compliment your date – but don#39;t go overboard – you will seem desperate.不要在整个晚上都专注于自己的问题——要问关于她的问题(这在所有的社交场景都有效)。同时要认真听取他的会话不要只是为讨论自己开个头。不要谈论你自己的工作太长时间——可能你的工作队我们来说非常吸引人,但是很难能吸引到其他人。庆祝恭维一下你们的约会——但也不要显得太过头了——那你就显得太过饥渴。Do not ever talk about dates you have had with other people or your ex-girlfriends.绝对不要提起你和其他人,或者是你前女朋友的约会。8. Timing8. 时间问题Don#39;t let your date last too long. Think of it like a good meal – you should finish your plate feeling like you want just a little more. This is the best time to finish a date. This also means that you should not plan for the date to be too far from home otherwise the travel can ruin things.不要让你的约会持续太长时间。把约会想想成一顿晚饭——一顿好的饭是你吃完自己的之后感觉还差那么一点的。而这也正是结束一次约会的最佳时刻。这也意味着你不能把你的约会安排在离家太远的地方,否则的话旅途漫长会毁掉所有的事情。9. Gifts9. 礼物问题It can be a very nice idea to give your date a small gift on the first date. Don#39;t go crazy on something expensive – just a nice little token like a single rose is fine. Keep in mind where you are going and how you plan to get there so your date does not end up being lumbered with something that she has to carry around all night. Oh – and don#39;t pick the rose from your dates garden – buy one.给她带去一个小礼物当然是个好主意。但是千万别疯着去买啥昂贵的礼品——一个小巧的指环一直玫瑰都还不错。要综合考虑你们是要去哪,怎样去,别让她在整个旅途中都需要带着一个东西。还有还有,千万别是在约会地旁边的花园摘一株玫瑰,去花店买吧。10. Conclusion10. 结论If you enjoyed your time with your date and would like to see her again, call her and tell her so. Don#39;t wait too long (and definitely don#39;t play hard to get). Be completely honest. Having said that, if you had an awful time, you should still be honest (though not brutal). There is no point in leading someone on – it will end up badly for both of you.如果你和她在一起的时候很享受还想在见她一次,打电话告诉她吧。别等太长时间了(趁热打铁)。一定要老实的告诉她你有多么想她。如果不是的话,也要诚实的告诉她,必竟没必要骗别人——这对两个人都不好。 /201207/189495

  The study#39;s authors said there was a plausible biological explanation for their finding. The preterm brain is particularly vulnerable to injury, and functional M.R.I. imaging of young adults born very preterm has found disruptions in brain networks similar to those found in psychiatric patients. In addition, genetic factors that would not by themselves lead to illness could be activated by preterm birth.该研究的研究者们还指出他们的调查结果有合理的生物学解释。早产儿的大脑易受到伤害,并且他们在那些过早出生的早产儿的功能性核磁共振成像中发现了脑网络的紊乱,这些紊乱与精神病人的脑紊乱相似。除此之外,那些独自不会导致疾病的基因可能会被早产激活。Dr. Peterson agreed that the study offered strong evidence ;for a causative relationship rather than simply an association.;彼得森士也认为这份研究提供了非常有力的据来明;早产与精神疾病之间的关系是因果关系,而不是简单的联系。;The study, published online last month in Archives of General Psychiatry, used obstetric data from the Swedish Medical Birth Register, which includes information on more than 99 percent of all hospital births in the country since 1973 and contains prospectively collected information on the 95 percent of Swedish women who attend antenatal clinics.这份研究报告上个月在《普通精神病学文献》的网上发布,该研究使用了瑞典出生登记的产科数据。这些数据包括了瑞典1973年以来99%以上医院出生个体的信息以及95%的做过产前诊断的瑞典产妇的相关信息。The data on hospitalization came from the National Hospital Discharge Register, which contains records on all hospital diagnoses. The researchers connected the birth records to hospitalization data using the personal identification numbers assigned to all Swedish citizens.有关住院治疗的数据来自于国立医院出院登记处,包括所有医院诊断的记录。研究人员通过每个瑞典公民都有的个人身份识别号码将出生记录和住院治疗数据连接起来。The scientists considered two other pregnancy outcomes in addition to preterm birth: birth weight and Apgar score - a general measure of a newborn#39;s health - at five minutes. Being small for gestational age was significantly associated only with hospitalization for drug or alcohol dependency, and Apgar score only with depressive disorder.科学家们还分析了除早产之外的其它两种妊娠结果:出生体重和新生儿阿普加评分得分。阿普加评分是评估新生儿健康的一般性测量手段,在出生后五分钟进行检测。新生儿体重很轻只与住院治疗毒品和酒精的依赖有关联,而阿普加得分仅仅与抑郁症有关联。The association of hospitalization for psychiatric illness with preterm birth persisted after controlling for Apgar score, poor fetal growth, maternal sociodemographics and maternal psychiatric history.患精神疾病与早产之间的关联在人们对阿普加得分,胎儿成长不足,妇社会人口生活与妇精神病历史有一定的了解情况下一直存在。 /201207/190169

  Could You Be A Target For Layoffs?摘要:随着裁员风潮的蔓延,兼职者、享受弹性工作制的员工、以及电子通勤族担心自己会是首先被裁掉的,有时候还真不幸被他们言中了。As layoffs sp, part-timers, flex-timers and telecommuters fear they'll be the first to go. Unfortunately, they're sometimes right.The outcome depends on where you work. At some employers, people on reduced-hours or work-at-home setups are the first to fall under the budget ax; other employers revert to an 'all hands on deck' mode and revoke flexible arrangements. At other companies, however, oddball work setups are considered an advantage in the drive for efficiency. Either way, hanging onto a flexible work setup during a recession requires planning -- and luck.In tough times, many employers revert to thinking critical jobs can only be done full-time, flat-out and under the boss's nose. Hilary Achauer, a San Diego marketing specialist for a nonprofit concern, sought to return to work part-time from maternity leave last year, but was offered a full-time management job instead. When she passed it up, she was diverted to a marginal job, then axed in February, while the employee who took the full-time slot was spared. 'When the going gets tough,' she says, some employers say, ''That person is only part-time, let's get rid of them.''On the other hand, employers who are equipped to measure output against costs may see an efficient part-timer or telecommuter as an asset. A part-timer hired last fall by a retailing client of Flexperience, a Burlingame, Calif., consulting firm, thought she'd be the first to be laid off, says Sally Thornton, president of Flexperience. But she was so productive at reduced pay, Ms. Thornton says, that her employer chose to keep her over more senior full-timers. Work-at-home employees also confer savings, on real estate and office costs.Indeed, in the current recession, more employers are using flexible setups to save money. Based on an April survey by Towers Perrin of 700 employers, 21% to 32% are either implementing or considering part-time shifts or four-day workweeks, as a cost-cutting tool. Of course, employees usually don't have a choice under these circumstances and may not welcome the change. /200905/68744。

  Public speaking is a regular — and regularly feared — part of life, so it#39;s important to refine your skills. This year, challenge yourself by learning to lecture like a pro. Here are four tips to help you polish your public speaking。演讲是生活常事,也是常常头疼的事,所以提高演讲能力很重要。今年,挑战一下自己,学着像个演讲家那么去讲话。以下提供四条小贴士,帮助你提高口才。1. Assess yourself. What part of public speaking makes you nervous? Where have you slipped up in the past? One reason public speaking is so nerve-racking is because there#39;s so much to manage — your presence, your words, your delivery, and your reaction. Determine your weakest points, from stuttering to stiff hands, in order to tailor your speech improvement。1. 自我评估。讲哪个部分会紧张?以前在什么地方出过错?演讲之所以让人神经紧张,是因为演讲过程中要掌控的东西很多——你的仪态、用词、讲话和反应。从说话结巴到手势僵硬,找出自己最薄弱的地方,对症下药。2. Find opportunities to practice. It#39;s hard to feel confident about speaking if it#39;s something you rarely do, so look for the chance to polish your technique in everyday life. At a dinner party? Offer to give the toast. Working on a new project at the office? Present it at the weekly staff meeting. Public speaking is like anything else: the more you do it, the better you#39;ll become, and the more comfortable you#39;ll feel when the moment arises。2. 多多练习。如果不怎么讲话,那么讲话就会没自信。所以平日里要找机会锻炼讲话的能力。在晚会上,主动祝酒。工作上,每周员工会议演示新的工作项目。演讲和其他事情一样:熟能生巧,做得多再碰到就不怕了。3. Dress the part. Confidence is crucial, and you#39;ll be much more sure of yourself if you know that your appearance conveys a sense of authority. It#39;s best to err on the dressy side when you plan to speak in front of an audience — and it#39;s crucial that your clothes fit well. Tugging at the hem of your skirt or the sleeves of your blouse will distract both you and your audience. It#39;s important to look put-together, and the focus should be on your words, not your outfit。3. 注重穿着。自信至关重要,如果你的外表能给人一种权威感,就会更加自信。在观众面前演讲的时候,最好在衣着上讲究——并且衣要合身。拉拉裙子、扯扯领子,会分散你和观众的注意力。穿着要统一得体,这样观众的焦点就会在你的讲话上,而不是衣着。4. Prepare, prepare, prepare. Begin with standard prep techniques, like writing note cards and practicing in front of your friends, but also take the time to do some research. Find out as much as you can about your audience, the context of your speech, the environment, and the tools and media that will be available. Most importantly, be sure that you#39;re achieving what was asked of you — confirm that you#39;re answering the right question and fulfilling the expectations of your audience。4. 准备准备再准备。做好前期基本准备工作,比如写提示卡、排练给朋友看看,但也要花点时间去弄清其他事。尽可能弄清你的观众是些什么人,了解演讲内容的上下文,演讲的环境,确保道具和多媒体到时能用。最重要的是,确定你在做的是你需要做的准备——如看是不是准备了恰当的问题,有没有满足观众的期望值。Above all else, learn to relax. Everyone understands the stress and pressure involved with public speaking, so know that your audience will be empathetic toward your efforts. Just remember the basics — to stand up straight, smile, and make eye contact — and be yourself, because personality and genuine enthusiasm are key to making great connections。演讲过程中最重要的是,放轻松。大家都知道演讲时压力和紧张在所难免,所以观众会给予体谅。记住这些基本要素——站直、微笑、跟观众眼神交流,展示真实的自己,因为人格的魅力和真挚的热情是建立讲者和观众良好关系的关键。 /201205/181637

  Are you aware of a variety of interesting facts and details about a kiss? Is kissing good or bad for you? Can you slim down by kissing too much? Below are some of the most curious things about kissing.你知不知道关于接吻还有很多有趣的事情和细节?接吻对你是好还是不好?经常接吻能减肥么?下面这些就是与接吻有关的有趣事情。1. Sensitivity of the lips is 200 times higher than that of the fingers.嘴唇的敏感度是手指的200倍。2. Every other person on the planet has his first amorous kiss before reaching the age of 14.这个地球上,每两个人中就有一个人在14岁之前有了初吻。3. On the average, a person spends 20,160 minutes (two weeks) of his life on kissing.平均来说,人一生中花在接吻上的时间是20160分钟,大约是两周。4. According to U.S. statistics, an American woman would kiss an average of 80 men before she gets married.根据美国的统计数字,美国女性在结婚之前平均会亲吻80个男人。5. A kiss that lasts one minute can relieve your body of 26 calories.接吻一分钟,可以消耗26卡路里的热量。6. A quick romantic kiss will burn about 2-3 calories, whereas French kiss (an openmouthed kiss with tongue contact) will obliterate more than 5 calories.一个飞快的轻吻可以消耗2-3卡路里,而法式热吻(张开嘴的舌吻)则会消耗至少5卡路里的热量。7. As a rule, 66 percent of people keep their eyes closed while kissing. The rest take pleasure in watching the emotions run the gamut on the faces of their partners.作为一种习惯,66%的人在接吻时会闭上眼睛。另外一些人则喜欢观察他们的伴侣在接吻时脸上的表情变化。8. It is thought that men who kiss their wives goodbye before going to work live five years longer than those who just slam the door. Men of the latter category are said to be more prone to traffic accidents.据说那些在出门前跟妻子吻别的男人比那些直接关上门离开的男人要长寿5岁。后面那种男人更容易发生车祸。9. Kissing can help women relax and ease the effects of stress.接吻能帮助女性放松,并缓解压力造成的不适。10. An act of kissing puts 29 facial muscles in motion. In other words, kissing can be used as an effective exercise to prevent the development of wrinkles.接吻过程过程中要动用29块面部肌肉。换句话说,接吻是一种有效地预防皱纹的运动。11. Lovers swap saliva containing various substances e.g. fats, mineral salts, proteins while kissing. According to latest studies, the exchange of the above substances can give a boost to the production of antibodies which are made specifically to deal with the antigens associated with different diseases as they are encountered.情人接吻时交换的唾液含有多种成分,比如脂肪、矿物质、蛋白质等。根据最新的研究,这些物质的交换可以增强抗体的产生,这些抗体是在面对疾病的不同抗原所特别产生的。12. Smooching passionately for 90 seconds will elevate blood pressure and cause the pulse rate to go racing. It will also increase the level of hormones in the blood, thus reducing life by one minute.90秒钟热吻会升高血压、加速脉搏,还会增加血液中的荷尔蒙,由此会导致生命缩短一分钟。13. The bodies of those engaged in kissing produce a substance that is 200 times more powerful than morphine in terms of narcotic effect. That is why the kissing partners can experience feelings of euphoria and bliss in the process.接吻会产生一种物质,其麻醉的效果比吗啡强200倍。这也就是为什么在接吻的时候,人们会有种轻飘飘的幸福感。 /201201/167517


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