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  • 1. Put the plan of returning to school seriously into schedule, and graduate before the age of 30.把重返校园充电认真列入计划,并在30岁前再次毕业。 /201109/153106
  • Children pushed in buggies which face away from their parents may suffer long-term emotional and language problems, according to a study published on Friday.The research, believed to be the first of its kind, found that children who were not facing the person that pushed them were less likely to talk, laugh and interact with their parents compared with those babies that did.The findings were based on a study of 2,722 parents and babies and an experiment where 20 babies were wheeled in buggies for a mile, facing their parents for half the journey and facing away for the other half.Parents using face-to-face buggies were twice as likely to talk to their children while the heart rates of the babies fell and they were twice as likely to fall asleep, an indicator that they were feeling relaxed and safe.Additionally only one baby out of the 20 studied laughed while sitting in an away-facing buggy."Our data suggests that for many babies today, life in a buggy is emotionally impoverished and possibly stressful," said Dr Suzanne Zeedyk, Developmental Psychologist at Scotland's Dundee University who carried out the research."Stressed babies grow into anxious adults."The study, which was published by National Literacy Trust as part of its Talk To Your Baby campaign, found that 62 percent of all children observed travelled in away-facing buggies, rising to 86 percent between the ages of 1 and 2.Zeedyk said it would impact negatively on babies' development if they spent a long time in a buggy which undermined their ability to communicate with their parent at a time when their brain was developing rapidly.Laura Barbour of the Sutton Trust, a social mobility charity which funded the research, said buggy manufacturers should look closely at the findings. 上周五公布的一项研究表明,坐童车背对父母的宝宝今后可能会出现情感和语言方面的长期障碍。研究发现,与在童车里面对父母而坐的宝宝相比,背对父母的宝宝更不爱说笑,也不爱与父母交流。这项研究尚属该领域首次。研究人员对2722对父母和宝宝进行了一项研究,并对20个坐童车的宝宝开展了一项实验。研究人员让父母推着宝宝走一英里的路程,其中半英里让宝宝面向他们,另一半路程让宝宝背对他们。结果显示,使用面对式童车的父母与宝宝交流的几率为背对时的两倍,同时,宝宝的心律有所下降,睡着的几率为背对时的两倍,这表明此时宝宝很放松并有安全感。在参与实验的20个宝宝中,仅有一个宝宝在背对父母而坐时笑了。研究负责人、苏格兰邓迪大学的发展心理学家苏珊妮#8226;兹迪克士称:“我们的研究数据表明,如今很多宝宝的童车生活缺乏情感交流,还可能会感到紧张。”她说:“心理紧张的婴儿成年后更容易焦虑。”研究发现,有62%的宝宝坐背对式婴儿车,而在1岁至2岁的宝宝中,这一比例增至86%。这项研究由英国“全国读写信托”组织发布,是其开展的“与宝宝说话”活动的一部分。兹迪克称,宝宝的大脑发育很快,如果这段时期让他们长时间地坐在阻碍他们与父母交流的童车里,那么会对他们的发育造成负面影响。为该研究提供资金持的“萨顿信托”教育慈善基金会的劳拉#8226;巴伯尔称,童车生产商应密切关注这一研究结果。 /200812/57597
  • 【中英对照】1. Where there is great love, there are always miracles.哪里有真爱存在,哪里就有奇迹。2. Love is like a butterfly. It goes where it pleases and it pleases where it goes.爱情就像一只蝴蝶,它喜欢飞到哪里,就把欢乐带到哪里。3. If I had a single flower for every time I think about you, I could walk forever in my garden.假如每次想起你我都会得到一朵鲜花,那么我将永远在花丛中徜徉。4. Within you I lose myself, without you I find myself wanting to be lost again.有了你,我迷失了自我。失去你,我多么希望自己再度迷失。5. At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet.每一个沐浴在爱河中的人都是诗人。6. Look into my eyes - you will see what you mean to me.看看我的眼睛,你会发现你对我而言意味着什么。7. Distance makes the hearts grow fonder.距离使两颗心靠得更近。8. I need him like I need the air to breathe.我需要他,正如我需要呼吸空气。9. If equal affection cannot be, let the more loving be me.如果没有相等的爱,那就让我爱多一些吧。10. Love is a vine that grows into our hearts.爱是长在我们心里的藤蔓。11. If I know what love is, it is because of you.因为你,我懂得了爱。12. Love is the greatest refreshment in life.爱情是生活最好的提神剂。13. Love never dies.爱情永不死。 /200907/76329
  • “爱我、不爱我”的游戏别玩啦,扯掉再多花瓣也无法知道他是不是真的爱你。但如果你真的掌握以下四点,他的心你也就能读懂了!们一定不能错过哦!Have you noticed any slight changes in your man's behavior? Does he say things he has never said before? Well, maybe it's because he loves you!有没有留意到你看上的他有任何行为变化呢?他有没有说过什么从没说过的话?如果有的话,那他可能真的爱上你了!Men are very action motivated, they don't express their feelings verbally. They'd rather make you figure it out on your own. There's nothing wrong with that, as long as he tells you how he feels at the right time.男生的行动力都很强,他们不会用语言表达情感。他们还是宁愿你自己整明白。这并没有什么问题,只要他们能在恰当的时机真的把这事儿挑明就行了。Do you ever get butterflies in your stomach when you think about his new motives? You probably feel the same way about him. I know you've heard others say that it takes time for men to love their women. That's true to an extent. Love doesn't hold any boundaries, it comes when you least expect it to. This strong emotion normally comes about 1 year of dating. If you've been with him for only 5 months, then he's infatuated with you.当想到他的新举动,你是不是也会心里一阵骚动呢?那很可能你俩就是互相看对眼!我知道你也许听过那种说法:男人要花点时间才会真正爱上他们的女人。在一定程度上是对的。爱没有界限,可能你最不期待时它就来了。这种强烈的情感通常会在约会一年之后发生。而如果你跟他在一起只有5个月,那不叫爱,那是迷恋。The difference between love and infatuation is that love is a more intense feeling. When you're infatuated with someone, your feelings are a bit different. He may feel like he loves you, but he only cares deeply for you. When a man really loves a woman, he'll do anything for her. The main hints he'll throw are very easy to catch.爱和迷恋的分别就在于爱是更为强烈的情感。而当你迷恋一个人,那是不同的感觉。也许他都觉得自己是爱你的,但他其实只是很关心你而已。当一个男人真的爱上一个女人,他会愿意为她做任何事。而他给的最主要的暗示其实很容易抓到。1. His body language肢体语言If you haven't noticed his body language, pay more attention to it. He'll begin to walk with poise and wrap his arms around you. I know men do this when they don't love a woman, but he'll do it more often if the feelings are there.如果你还没注意到他的肢体语言,那真是要花点儿心思。走路的时候,他会搂着你的肩——我知道男人不爱你的时候也许也这么干,但如果他爱你,他一定会做的更多。 /201108/149214
  • Kids With High IQs Grow Up to Be Vegetarians As a child's IQ rises, his taste for meat in adulthood declines, a new study suggests.British researchers have found that children's IQ predicts their likelihood of becoming vegetarians(1) as young adults -- lowering their risk for cardiovascular(2) disease in the process. The finding could explain the link between smarts and better health, the investigators say."Brighter people tend to have healthier dietary(3) habits," concluded lead author Catharine Gale, a senior research fellow at the MRC Epidemiology Resource Centre.Recent studies suggest that vegetarianism may be associated with lower cholesterol(4), reduced risk of obesity and heart disease. This might explain why children with high IQs tend to have a lower risk of heart disease in later life."We know from other studies that brighter children tend to behave in a healthier fashion as adults -- they're less likely to smoke, less likely to be overweight, less likely to have high blood pressure and more likely to take strenuous(5) exercise," Gale said. "This study provides further evidence that people with a higher IQ tend to have a healthier lifestyle."In the study, Gale's team collected data on nearly 8,200 men and women aged 30, whose IQ had been tested when they were 10 years of age."Children who scored higher on IQ tests at age 10 were more likely than those who got lower scores to report that they were vegetarian at the age of 30," Gale said.The researchers found that 4.5 percent of participants were vegetarians. Of these, 2.5 percent were vegan(6), and 33.6 percent said they were vegetarian but also ate fish or chicken.There was no difference in IQ score between strict vegetarians and those who said they were vegetarian but who said they ate fish or chicken, the researchers add.Vegetarians were more likely to be female, of higher social class and better educated, but IQ was still a significant predictor of being vegetarian after adjustment for these factors, Gale said. 英国研究人员发现小孩智商可以预示成年后变成素食者的可能性,也就是降低心血管疾病的几率。研究人员说此项研究能够解释为什么聪明的人会更健康。流行病信息中心高级研究员、本研究主要作者Catharine Gale说:“聪明的人一般选择较健康的饮食习惯。”最近的研究显示素食有利于降低胆固醇吸收、减少肥胖和心脏病几率。这也是为什么高智商的孩子在晚年不容易患心脏病的原因。Gale说:“我们从其它研究中发现,聪明的孩子会和成年人一样跟随健康的流行趋势,他们更不容易吸烟、更不容易肥胖、更不容易血压高、却参与更多的锻炼。本研究将提供更多的据明智商高的人拥有更健康的生活方式。”Gale和同事们搜集了近8200个30岁男女的资料,其中包括他们10岁时的智商记录。Gale说:“十岁时候智商较高的小孩在三十的时候更容易成为素食主义者。”研究人员发现4.5%的受测者为素食者。其中2.5%为严格素食主义者,33.6%称自己是素食者,但是吃鱼和鸡。研究人员说这二者的智商并没有差距。Gale说,社会高层次受过良好教育的女性更容易成为素食者,但是智商也是重要因素之一。 /200805/38135
  • The nice men are ugly.  好男人不帅。  The handsome men are not nice.  帅男人不好。  The handsome and nice men are gay.  又帅又好的男人是同性恋 The handsome, nice and heterosexual men are married.  又帅又好又不是同性恋的男人都结婚了。  Men who are not so handsome but are nice men have no money.  不是很帅但是很好的男人却没有钱。  The men who are not so handsome but are nice men with money think we are only after their money.  不是很帅但是又好又有钱的男人会认为我们看上的是他们的钱。  The handsome men without money are after our money.  而没有钱但是很帅的男人看上的是我们的钱。  The handsome men, who are not so nice and some what heterosexual don’t think we are beautiful enough.  不是很好但是很帅又是异性恋的男人却嫌我们不够漂亮。  The men who think we are beautiful, that are heterosexual, somewhat nice and have money are cowards.  又好又有钱又是异性恋又觉得我们漂亮的男人却又没胆量。  The men who are somewhat handsome, somewhat nice and have some money and thank God are heterosexual are shy and NEVER MAKE THE FIRST MOVE!  又好又帅又有点钱而且是个异性恋的男人偏偏害羞而且从不采取行动。  The men who never make the first move, automatically lose interest on us when we take the initiative.  那些从不主动的男人一旦我们采取主动就对我们失去兴趣 /200903/64494
  • New Year's Eve requires the ultimate party outfit. But what if you have aly run your dressy wardrobe ragged during the holiday season? Or you feel as if it's time to ring in 2006 with something fresh? Or your holiday spending has burned holes in your designer denim pockets? The answer might be to rent a little luxury. The renting business has begun to lose the stigma of an industry filled with knockoff designer tuxedos, Halloween costumes or out-of-date evening wear. Still largely an industry dedicated to special-event clothing (gala dinners, corporate parties, weddings), it has started to branch out into more casual clothing. And for those not afraid to shop around, it has become an option for dressing well on a budget. At the London-based eveningwear rental company One Night Stand (onenightstand.co.uk), there are more than 500 dresses for rent with 25 percent of the stock bought new every year. The owner, Joanna Doniger, started the company when she got fed up with people borrowing her dresses. "I thought why couldn't they go out and buy their own," she says with a laugh. But they can't; for the price of one of her rentals (£150, or 0, for a four-day period), the only things available in most department stores are dresses that look as if they are late for the prom. "Working women have sophisticated tastes, but buying an evening dress is a very expensive proposition, and most people don't want to wear the same dress more than once," says Doniger. This need for something new and different for every social outing has even created subcategories in the luxury rental business. In Paris the clothing rental store Quidam de Revel has carved out a niche in the industry by renting only designer vintage clothing. Located in the 3rd Arrondissement (it faces the Christian Lacroix-designed hotel Le Petit Moulin), the store caters to a discerning clientele looking to make an impact. Opened six years ago by Philippe and Emmanuel Harros as a way to make money out of their love of vintage fashion, the store rents clothing, bags and jewelry for one night or for an entire fashion season. "Our clothing is really the crème de la crème of vintage," says Philippe Harros, who also counts most of the top fashion houses as clients who come in and rent pieces for inspiration. With an adjacent storefront chockablock full of the husband and wife's vintage finds, renting is by appointment only. "We see ourselves as consultants for our clients. We make a selection of items from what they give us as guidelines, and we use our own knowledge of the collection to make the best choices," he says. The couple plan to open a second rental store in the new year. But what has brought on this recent change in perception on renting luxury? Unexpectedly, the transformation has been helped along by a change in corporate policy by many top businesses. For years businessmen all over the world have gotten a clothing allowance from their companies to rent a tuxedo or other luxury items they need for an event. But while any company looking at the bottom line is not going to pay for a female employee to buy a new evening dress, they are now more willing to help pay for renting one. "In the last five years a lot of businesses have started to pay for some if not all of a rental. They will pay, say, £80 or £90 of the cost and let the women top off the rest themselves," says Doniger. But renting luxury fashion is not limited to clothing. As anyone who has picked up a fashion magazine over the past few years knows, having the latest must-have designer handbag is the fastest way for a woman to communicate her fashion savvy and display her luxury status. In April 2004 the Bag Borrow or Steal (www.bagborroworsteal.com) Web site was launched to cater to women who covet the luxury handbags but not their designer prices. "Our company gives the everyday woman a chance to wear the latest designer bag and feel like a million bucks without having to spend it," says Brenda Kauffman, fashion director for the company. For a monthly fee the company will let members borrow a bag for as long as they want, and if they fall in love with it, they even give their clientele the option to "steal" the bag for a certain sum. There are three different membership levels, called Trendsetter, Princess and Diva, and the bags available to rent are not overstock or from last season. Become a Diva member for 0 a month, and carrying the latest incarnation of the Chloé Paddington bag or a Fendi Spy bag is no longer a dream but a reality. /201003/99592
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