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池州石台县妇幼保健院人流要多少钱Do you join MySpace?Online social networking websites saw their ranks swell and values soar this year as everyone from moody teenagers and mellow music lovers to mate-seeking seniors joined online communities.Google's freshly released "Zeitgeist 2007" reveals that seven out of the 10 hottest topics which triggered Internet queries during the year involved social networking.A Top Ten list compiled by the world's most-used search engine includes British website Badoo, Spanish-language Hi5, and US-based Facebook.Video-sharing websites YouTube and Dailymotion are on the list, along with the Club Penguin online role playing game where children pretending to be the flightless birds "waddle about and play" together.Virtual world Second Life, where people represented by animated proxies interact in digitized fantasy settings, is the final social networking property in the Zeitgeist Top Ten.The world has only seen "the tip of the iceberg" when it comes to online social networking, says MySpace vice president of business development Amit Kapur."It is a natural step in the evolution of the Web," Kapur said."The Web is getting more personal. I think you are going to see much more of that happen on every website across the Web."MySpace aspires to become people's homes on the Internet, with profile pages serving as online addresses as well as springboards to online music, , news and other contents conducive to their tastes and interests.Industry statistics show Facebook membership more than doubled in the past year to about 55 million, while MySpace grew 30 percent to top 110 million.One in every four US residents uses MySpace, while in Britain it is as common to have a profile page on the website as it is to own a dog.(Agencies)“在线社交网站”今年人气大涨、“身价倍增”,因为在这一年中,从情绪多变的青少年到舒缓音乐的爱好者,再到觅偶人士,都加入了在线社交网站。全球用户最多的搜索引擎Google近日公布了“2007年度十大热门搜索排行榜”。该榜显示,其中七大热门搜索都与社交网络有关。“十大热门搜索”包括英国的Badoo社交网站、Hi5西班牙语社交网站以及美国的Facebook网站。Youtube视频分享网、Dailymotion网站以及(面向儿童的)“企鹅俱乐部”角色扮演游戏社区也榜上有名,孩子们在“企鹅俱乐部”中都扮成小企鹅,它们“摇摇晃晃地走来走去,一起玩耍”。“第二人生”虚拟社区名列“十大热门搜索排行”第十位,“第二人生”社区是一个数字化的虚拟世界,社区用户都有一个动漫化身。MySpace业务拓展部副经理阿米特#8226;卡珀说,这些还只是社交网络的“冰山一角”。他说,“这是网络发展的必然结果”。“随着网络的日趋个性化,这一热潮将席卷各个网站。”MySpace致力于成为人们的网上家园,社区内用户的个人主页既是在线联系地址,也是分享在线音乐、视频、新闻和人们感兴趣的内容的平台。据业内统计数据显示,今年Facebook网站的注册用户增长了一倍以上,达到约5500万,而MySpace的用户数量则增长了30%,已超过1.1亿。美国有四分之一的居民是MySpace的用户,而在英国,拥有网上个人空间就像拥有宠物那么普遍。 /200801/25614池州市小孩包皮医院 It sounds like an infomercial(1) from late-night TV: Follow this four-step plan and improve your memory in just 14 days!But researchers have indeed found a way to improve memory function in older people. After a two-week study that involved brainteasers(2), exercise and diet changes, study participants' memories worked more efficiently.Here's the program:Memory Training: Brainteasers, crossword puzzles(3) and memory exercises that emphasized verbal(4) skills throughout the day.Healthy Diet: Five meals daily included a balanced diet rich in omega-3(5) fats, whole grains and antioxidants(6). Eating frequent meals prevents dips in blood glucose(7), the primary energy source for the brain.Physical Fitness: Brisk(8) daily walks and stretching. Physical fitness has been found in other research to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease(9).Stress Reduction: Stretching and relaxation exercises. Stress causes the body to release cortisol(10), which can impair memory and has been found to shrink the memory centers in the brain.Before-and-after brain scans showed the participants experienced on average a five percent decrease in brain metabolism(11) in the dorsal(12) lateral(13) prefrontal(14) region of the brain, which is directly linked to working memory and other cognitive(15) functions. This suggests they were using their brains more efficiently. The subjects also performed better on a cognitive test.A control group that didn't follow the plan showed no significant changes."We've known for years that diet and exercise can help people maintain their physical health, which is a key component(16) of healthy aging," said Gary Small, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences UCLA."But maintaining mental health is just as important. Now we have evidence which suggests that people can preserve their memory by adding memory exercises and stress reduction to this routine." 听上去好象是深夜电视购物节目:按照以下四步去做,两周后你的就会得到提高。但是,研究人员真的找到了一种提高老年人记忆功能的方法。通过两周的脑筋急转弯、体育锻炼和饮食调整,参与者的确有增强。步骤如下:训练:全天进行脑筋急转弯、纵横字谜和语言技巧的练习。健康的饮食:每天五顿饭,要富含omega-3脂肪酸、全谷和防老化的元素。多餐可以防止血糖降低,而血糖正是大脑能量的主要来源。体育锻炼:每日散步和伸展运动。研究表明体育锻炼可以降低老年痴呆症患病几率。减压:伸展和放松锻炼。紧张会导致人体释放皮质醇,降低,缩小记忆中枢在大脑中的比重。脑部扫描的结果显示:两周后,受试者脑部前额叶背外侧的新陈代谢降低了五个百分点。这一部位直接影响记忆和其他认知功能。就是说他们的大脑运行更加有效了。这个结果在认知方面的体现更为明显。没有参加训练的受试者的扫描图就基本上没有变化。洛杉矶加利福尼亚大学精神病学和行为学教授加里斯默说:“很多年前,我们就知道合理的饮食和锻炼能够保持健康的身体,是老年人健康的重要因素,”“但是精神健康也同样重要。现在我们可以确定地告诉人们,通过经常性的记忆训练和减压可以保持。” /200804/37116东至妇幼保健院泌尿系统在线咨询

池州一院是公立的 Until recently, I thought Snapchat was an app used primarily by tweens and teenagers to send each other silly pictures. No longer. This week, I interviewed Frederic Cumenal, chief executive of Tiffany amp; Co, at a Financial Times luxury summit in San Francisco.直到不久以前,我还一直认为Snapchat是一款主要是20几岁和十几岁年轻人用来互相发送愚蠢图片的应用软件。现在我不再这么认为了。上周,我在英国《金融时报》在旧金山主办的一次奢侈品峰会上采访了蒂芙尼(Tiffany amp; Co)首席执行官弗雷德里克#8226;科莫纳尔(Frederic Cumenal)。During our conversation, Cumenal revealed that Tiffany had recently created a sparkly Snapchat “filter” that communicates the dazzle of a diamond to anyone with a mobile phone. It even allows would-be purchasers to virtually “try on” the rings, without ever needing to go into one of those reverentially hushed Tiffany stores.在我们谈话期间,科莫纳尔透露,蒂芙尼最近开发了一款闪闪发光的Snapchat“过滤器”,把钻石的璀璨光芒传递到任何拥有手机的人。它甚至允许潜在购买者虚拟“试戴”戒指,而不需要进入那些安静得令人惶恐不安的蒂芙尼门店。Is this a good idea? That is the big question — actually, the 2bn question, if we go by the sector’s annual sales — hanging over the luxury goods world today. One of the reasons companies such as Tiffany are creating Snapchat filters is that they are keen to catch the cyber buzz — and appeal to “millennials”.这是个好主意吗?这是个大问题,实际上,是一个价值2220亿美元的问题——如果我们根据如今奢侈品行业的年销售额计算的话。蒂芙尼等公司创建Snapchat过滤器的一个原因在于,它们希望在网上引发热议,吸引“千禧一代”。Another factor is that the luxury sector is under pressure to do something — anything — to persuade sceptical investors that it can continue to grow, because, right now, it seems to be at an inflection point. In the decade leading up to the financial crisis of 2007-08, rich consumers in the west gobbled up luxury goods amid the credit boom. Then, when the slowdown hit, cash-rich consumers in places such as China, Russia and Brazil jumped in to provide a new source of demand.另一个原因是奢侈品行业正面临压力,要求他们有所作为(任何行动),说持怀疑态度的投资者:该行业能够继续壮大,因为目前它似乎正处于一个拐点。在2007年至2008年全球金融危机之前的10年里,西方富有消费者在信贷热潮期间大量买入奢侈品。后来,当经济放缓出现时,中国、俄罗斯和巴西等国现金充沛的消费者进入市场,带来新的需求来源。Now those emerging market countries are in the doldrums, and an anti-corruption drive in China has halted jewellery sales. Meanwhile, demand in Europe remains weak, and even in the US, which is supposed to be recovering, the picture is far from buoyant. Little wonder, then, that the share price of Tiffany (like many luxury goods companies) has tumbled by almost one-third in the past year.如今,这些新兴市场国家正处于低潮,同时中国的反腐运动遏制了珠宝销售。与此同时,欧洲需求仍然疲弱,甚至在理应处于复苏阶段的美国,前景也远非光明。难怪过去一年蒂芙尼的股价(与很多奢侈品公司一样)下挫近三分之一。People such as Cumenal argue that this partly reflects the vagaries of the business cycle. But what is really interesting for sociologists and anthropologists — albeit more worrying for those luxury executives — is that consumer habits in the west could be undergoing an even bigger structural change. In the 20th century, it was taken for granted that when rich people wanted to “enjoy” their wealth and display status, they acquired expensive goods such as houses, cars, art — and diamonds. But according to Sarah Quinlan, a MasterCard executive who analyses vast reams of spending data each month, there has recently been a shift in terms of how wealthy and not-so-wealthy people are spending money.科莫纳尔等人认为,这在一定程度上反映出商业周期的变幻莫测。但对于社会学家和人类学家而言,真正有趣(不过对于那些奢侈品高管而言这点更令人担忧)的一点在于,西方的消费习惯可能在经历更重大的结构性变革。在20世纪,人们想当然地认为,当富人希望“享受”他们的财富并炫耀其地位时,他们会购买昂贵商品,例如房产、汽车、艺术品和钻石。但据万事达(MasterCard)高管、每月分析大量消费数据的萨拉#8226;昆兰(Sarah Quinlan)称,富人以及不那么富有的人士的消费方式近年出现了变化。These days, overall consumer spending is growing (albeit more among the rich than the poor). This growth is occurring almost entirely in services such as restaurants, hotels, travel and holidays, not just in the middle market but in the luxury sector too. “One thing that comes out of these great recessions is that we like our friends and families again — we prize spending time with them,” Quinlan says. “The majority of [the growth] in spending is going to travel and leisure, not goods.” Or, as a report by Deloitte consultants notes: “All consumers, but especially millennials, value experiences#8201;.#8201;.#8201;.#8201;spend by people travelling accounts for 40 per cent of the personal luxury markets.”如今,整体消费出在增长(尽管富人消费增幅超过穷人)。这种增长几乎全部出现在餐厅、酒店、旅游和度假等务业方面,不仅仅在中档市场,在高端市场也是如此。“近年的大衰退带来一个现象,那就是我们再次爱我们的朋友和家人,珍惜与他们一起的时光,”昆兰表示,“大部分消费(增长)来自旅游和休闲,而非商品。”或者,正如德勤(Deloitte)咨询顾问们撰写的报告所指出的那样,“所有的消费者,特别是千禧一代,重视体验……旅游消费占个人奢侈品市场的40%。”According to Quinlan, this shift can be explained by changes in lifestyles and values: today’s millennials often live in cities, not suburbs, so have less physical space in which to store “stuff”; they also prize concepts such as “sustainability” and “community”.据昆兰称,生活方式和价值观的变化能够解释这种变化:如今的千禧一代往往生活在城市,而非郊区,因此没有那么多可以存储“东西”的物理空间;他们还重视“可持续发展”和“社区”等概念。#8201;.#8201;.#8201;.#8201;……I suspect there is another factor too: in the cyber age, physical goods simply do not feel very “exclusive” any more. Think once again about those diamonds. Fifty years ago, a scruffy teenager couldn’t wander into a jewellery store and try on a diamond ring; indeed, 100 years ago, poor people barely knew what the rich were wearing. But the internet has democratised the view: anyone can now “see” luxury goods and buy them online.我认为还有一个因素:在网络时代,实物商品不再让人感觉非常“专属”。再想想那些钻石吧。50年前,一个衣衫不整的年轻人是无法逛珠宝店和试戴钻石戒指的;的确,100年前,穷人根本不知道富人穿什么。但互联网拓宽了每个人的视野:任何人现在都能“亲眼见到”奢侈品并在线购买。What remains more exclusive are “experiences”, precisely because these cannot be commoditised online. One of the most powerful forms of conspicuous consumption today is not the accumulation of goods but the accumulation of memories — and stories. These are precious because they cannot be replicated.仍然比较专属的是“体验”,这恰恰是因为这些无法在网上商品化。如今,最强有力的炫耀性消费形式之一不是商品的累积,而是回忆(和故事)的累积。它们之所以珍贵是因为它们无法被复制。That does not mean that people will stop buying diamonds. But it does mean that luxury goods companies are being advised to mix experiences with goods to create prestige. Don’t just put diamonds on Snapchat; offer rich clients the chance to meet the master craftsman too.这并不意味着人们不会再购买钻石。但它确实意味着奢侈品公司正被建议将体验与商品混合在一起来创建显赫声望。不要只是在Snapchat上晒钻石了;还要向富有客户提供与手工艺大师见面的机会。To put it another way, the more that our lives are hijacked by robots and cyber links, the more valuable the individual — human — touch starts to become. It is a striking reminder of just how arbitrary our ideas of “value” — and luxury — really are. And perhaps a reason for cheer.换句话说,我们的生活被机器人和网络链接操纵得越多,个人(人类)风格也就开始变得越重要。这有力地提醒我们,我们对于“价值”(和奢侈品)的看法实际上是多么武断。或许这是一个值得拍手称快的理由。 /201606/448280池州石台县妇幼保健院医术怎么样青阳县中医院做人流好不



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