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黄岛区儿童医院是不是三甲医院青岛新阳光妇产医院收费怎么样It has long been a mystery to men why so many women enjoy watching tear jerker movies with their friends.长期以来,男人们对女人喜欢跟朋友一起看苦情片感到不解。But now scientists have come up with a suggestion – sharing sad emotions helps women bond.现在科学家有了解释:分享悲伤的情感让女人们惺惺相惜。A research team at Cardiff University found that by sharing their emotions women found the happy parts of films more joyful and the sad bits less sad.卡迪福大学的研究小组发现,通过分享情感,女士们觉得电影中高兴的部分更加令人愉快,而悲伤的情节看起来没那么悲伤。Job van der Schalk, a psychologist at Cardiff University, said: ‘Our findings suggest that a negative emotional experience such as watching a ‘weepy#39; is more positive when it is shared with a friend.卡迪夫大学心理学家范德沙克说: “我们的研究结果发现,在和朋友们分享一些消极的情感体验(比如看一场哭戏)的时候,取得的效果更加积极。‘And, at the same time, a positive emotional experience, such as watching a ‘romcom#39;, should equally be more pleasant when shared.#39;而且同时,分享积极的体验比如跟朋友一起看一场浪漫喜剧,感受到的快乐也更多。The study involved 30 pairs of female friends aged between 20 and 33 who were shown emotionally powerful images and asked to rate them on a scale from ‘very negative#39; to ‘very positive#39;.这次研究的对象为30对年龄在20到33岁的女性朋友,研究人员让她们观看产生强烈情感的影像,让她们把看到的影像按照从 “非常消极”到 “非常积极”的程度进行评价。The scientists put one of each pair in a brain scanner to monitor their reactions, and the volunteers were also asked to view and rate the images while on their own and also while together.研究人员给每一对志愿者中的其中一位带上大脑扫描监测器,他们让这些志愿者在单独观看图像和跟朋友一起观看图像时分别对图像进行消极或积极的评价。The researchers found the images were seen more positively when the pairs were together, The Sunday Times reported.研究人员发现参加实验的一对朋友在一起的时候,他们看待图像的态度更加积极。The study, published in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, said: ‘When people go to the cinema to watch a film, they ... anticipate a positive subjective impact of sharing this emotional experience.#39;这一研究发表在《社会认知与情感神经科学》的期刊上,报告指出:人们去电影院看电影的时候,他们期待的是一种积极的主观的情感分享体验。And Hollywood success seems to back the theory.而好莱坞的成功似乎验了这一理论。The 2008 film Marley and Me, which surrounds a couple#39;s relationship with their dog, took #163;160m at the global box office, and last year#39;s film The Fault in Our Stars - about two teenage cancer patients who find love - took more than #163;200m.2008年上映的电影《马利和我》,情节围绕着一对夫妇和他们的展开,该电影在全球获得了1.6亿英镑的票房。去年上映的一部关于两个癌症少年寻爱故事的《星运里的错》获得了超过2亿英镑的票房。Aggie Romeril, 22, a London beauty manager, said: ‘I think we#39;re a “stream it and weep” age. You scroll through Netflix, find who#39;s got the biggest laptop and bundle into a housemate#39;s bed for a sob session.#39;二十二岁的伦敦美容经理艾琪·罗默里尔说:“我觉得我们处在‘看了哭一场的#39;年纪。我们在Netflix搜寻影片,找一台大屏幕的手提电脑,然后钻入好友的床上看着电影哭个够。 /201505/374816城阳区妇女医院产科 Baking Er Kuai烧饵块One morning, a young farmer named Cu Kangbao carried a basket of local goods to Kunming for sale. When entering the East Gate, he saw crowds of angry people standing there and cursing. And little babies were crying with an open mouth in their mothers’ arms. Cu stood by until he understood what was going on. Last night, the government’s second interrogation room was on fire and the cause was yet to be identified. The officer was angry to death and assumed that it must be a mob messing around. He ordered that announcements be put on the six gates of Kunming and that all people should not cook at home using fire for three months.Anyone who violates it would be severely punished.一天清晨,粗糠宝挑着一担山货到昆明去卖。刚刚走进大东门,就看见城门口站着不少老百姓,一个个怒气冲天,叫骂之声不绝于耳。有的娃娃躺在妈妈的怀里张着小嘴哇哇直哭,粗糠宝站在旁边听了一会儿,才明白了事情的原委。原来,昨天晚上知府衙门二堂不知什么原因突然起火,知府气得暴跳如雷,认定是大胆刁民故意捣乱。他马上下令,在昆明六道城门张贴布告,从今天开始,所有百姓一律不准在家生火做饭。此项禁令有效期三个月,违者严加惩处,绝不宽容。Cu waved to the crowd, and patiently explained to them how to deal with the matter. After hearing his words, people all put on happy smiles. When they arrived home, people carried out their stoves one after another and started baking Baba, a snack made of rice, over the stoves. All enjoyed a good meal.粗糠宝向乡亲们招招手,如此这般地嘱咐了一通,大伙儿顿时乐得眉开眼笑。回去以后,大伙儿纷纷从家里搬出炉子,在上面烤起粑粑来,一个个吃得香极了。Knowing this, the officer hurried to inspect. He caught an old man, questioning him with threat. Cu went up and made faces to the officer saying “Sir, the announcement said “no cooking at home using fire”, but it did not ban the people from baking Baba out of home using fire. We all cook and bake our Baba out of our homes. The officer regretted deeply. He had not expected the situation would become so unmanageable.知府老爷知道了,急忙出来查看。他揪住一个老倌吹胡子瞪眼睛。粗糠宝走上前去,冲着知府扮了个鬼脸,“知府大人,布告上禁止在家里生火煮饭,可没有禁止在家门口烤粑粑吃呀!”知府懊恼不已,事先怎么就没想到粗糠宝会来这一手呢!Sa Mei people, a branch of Yi ethnic group, call Baba Er Kuai. This is the story how baked Er Kuai was passed on.撒梅人把粑粑叫饵块,烧饵块就这样流传了下来。注:中央民族大学外国语学院北京市大学生创新项目“云南美食故事的收集与传播”项目组供稿。 /201504/370881For some of us, the oldest mysteries, the ones before our time, are the most compelling. Sometimes, we stumble upon an answer like a happy accident. Other times, someone just won#39;t let go until he or she finds the solution.对于我们中的大多数人来说,最能引起我们注意的古老秘密往往是早于我们所生活的这个时代的。有时,我们偶然得到一个就像是经历了一次快乐的历险,而有时候对于有的人来说,不找到结果他们就不会放手向前。10. The 20-Year Search For A Missing Opera10.寻找失踪了20年的歌剧Enrique Granados, a renowned Spanish composer, wrote an unpublished opera called Maria del Carmen in 1898. The story of a love triangle in Murcia, the opera was so celebrated when it opened in Madrid that the Queen of Spain gave Granados the distinguished Charles III Cross for his music. Even so, the original version of the opera was never performed again.著名的西班牙作曲家恩里克·格拉纳多斯在1898年谱写的歌剧“玛利亚德尔卡门”,这是一个发生在穆尔西亚的三角恋故事,歌剧在马德里第一次演出,随后迅速成名,西班牙女王为格拉纳多斯颁发了查尔斯三世十字勋章,以显示其杰出的音乐才能。但是即便如此,歌剧的最初版本也不会再现。When the New York Metropolitan Opera performed another of the composer#39;s works in 1916, Granados and his wife sailed to America with the only copy of Maria del Carmen. Granados hoped to persuade the Met to perform his masterpiece. When they didn#39;t agree, the Granados set sail to Spain via England, but a German submarine torpedoed their boat in the English Channel.1916年,当时纽约的大都市都在演出另一个作曲家的作品,格拉纳多斯和他的妻子带着“玛利亚德尔卡门”的唯一副本前往美国,格拉纳多斯希望在那里能说他们演出他的杰出作品。因为他们不同意,格拉纳多斯于是启航通过英格兰回西班牙,但德国潜艇在英吉利海峡击沉了他们的船。The couple drowned, but the three-volume opera survived, as did their six children whom they#39;d left in Barcelona. Two decades later, a son who needed money sold the opera to an American musician against the wishes of other family members. For the next few decades, the music#39;s ownership was litigated. Before the issue was settled, the opera was supposedly destroyed in a New York warehouse fire in 1970.这对夫妇淹死了,但是三卷本歌剧幸存了下来,当时他们的六个孩子留在巴塞罗那。二十年后,急需用钱的一个儿子在违背其他家庭成员意愿的情况下将歌剧卖给美国音乐家。在接下来的几十年里,一直是对于音乐所有权的诉讼。问题还未解决,1070年,歌剧被毁于纽约仓库的一场大火里。几年后,音乐专业的沃尔特·克拉克写研究生论文,了解到那个失踪的杰作。在接下来的20年时间里,他坚定不移的怀疑着它的命运。“我想知道它是否真的被摧毁了,毕竟在那场大火以后没有人做了完全的清单详情。”克拉克这样说到,“在大火之后,没有人做了适当的库存。当我研究2006年格拉纳多斯的传记,我联系了从他孙子那里购买歌剧的人玛利亚,他也一直在不停地寻找。A couple of decades later, Walter Clark, a graduate student writing a dissertation on music, learned of the missing masterpiece. For the next 20 years, he couldn#39;t shake his doubts about its fate. “I wondered if it was really destroyed,” Clark said. “No one had done a proper inventory after the fire. When I was researching my [2006 biography of Granados], I contacted the grandson of the man who had purchased Maria, and he kept looking.” Finally, in 2009, the opera was found, although it had been damaged by smoke and water. Thanks to the music professor who played detective, Maria del Carmen has been restored and subsequently published by the company, Trito. For the first time since 1899, the opera will also be performed in Spain in 2015.最终,歌剧在2009年被发现,尽管它已经被烟熏、被水浸泡。多亏音乐教授Maria del Carmen才得以将其复原,随后Trito公司将其发行。由于其第一次演出是在1899年的西班牙,歌剧也将于2015年在西班牙演出。9. The Moroccan Village Built On A Rock Pile9.建在岩石堆上的洛哥村庄At about 3,900 meters (13,000 ft) above sea level, the village of Arroumd sits perilously atop a huge pile of rocks in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. For over 130 years, the origin of that rock pile has mystified scientists. Most assumed the movement of a glacier deposited the rocks, but modern dating techniques point to seismic activity 4,500 years ago as the culprit. The village is located near a major tectonic fault that sits below the face of a cliff.在海拔约3900米(13000英尺)的地方,Arroumd村庄坐落在洛哥阿特拉斯山脉的一大堆岩石之上。130多年来,岩石堆的起源一直困扰着科学家们。大多数人认为是冰川沉积岩的运动,但是现代最先进的技术指出,4500年前的地震活动是罪魁祸首,这个村庄坐落于靠近临近悬崖下面的主要构造断层。Although a glacier probably eroded the face of the cliff, making it vulnerable to collapse, the avalanche occurred approximately 7,000 years after the glacier melted. So the glacier may have made the cliff more likely to collapse, but an earthquake was probably the actual trigger of the avalanche of rocks. Even beyond the huge pile of rocks, Arroumd is a mysterious place. “Several incidents occurred at the site, including some accidents—minor, thankfully–and mystery ailments to those who went there,” said lead researcher Philip Hughes. “I always joke about the ‘curse#39; of the Arroumd landform. This year, we encountered severe whirlwinds when entering the valley . . . We were unable to stand on our feet, which is rather unusual for this part of the world, where climate is often hot and calm.”尽管雪崩之后的7000年,冰川融化可能侵蚀悬崖,使它容易断裂。所以我们认为冰川可能使悬崖崩溃,但实际上可能是地震引发雪崩落下的岩石。8. How Mary Ingalls Really Went Blind8.玛丽·英格尔(Mary Ingalls)失明之谜In the Little House on the Prairie children#39;s book series, author Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote that her real-life sister, Mary, was blinded by scarlet fever at age 14. The event was also dramatized on a television series based on the books. But pediatricians say the explanation for Mary#39;s blindness doesn#39;t make sense.在儿童系列图书《草原上的小屋》中,作家劳拉·英格尔斯·怀尔德曾提到她的亲玛丽在14岁时因患猩红热而失明。这一事件在由该书改编而成的电视剧中同样被戏剧化。然而儿科医生却认为玛丽失明原因行不通。Dr. Beth Tarini was surprised by that discovery even as a medical student. ;I was in my pediatrics rotation,; said Tarini. ;We were talking about scarlet fever, and I said, #39;Oh, scarlet fever makes you go blind. Mary Ingalls went blind from it.#39; ; Her professor disagreed, which propelled Tarini on a detective mission to find out what really happened to Mary.在贝斯·塔瑞尼士还是一名医科学生时就对这一发现颇感惊讶。塔瑞尼说:”当时我正在儿科轮班”。”我们谈论着猩红热,我说,‘哦,是猩红热使你失明的,玛丽·英格尔斯就是这样。”但她的教授并不同意她的观点,这使得塔瑞尼决定调查出玛丽失明的真正原因。Tarini and her team researched the issue for 10 years. They found that Mary had scarlet fever as a young child, but her illness at 14 was referred to as ;brain fever.; There was also no reference to her having the distinctive rash of scarlet fever as a teenager. While scarlet fever had a mortality rate for children of up to 30 percent in the 1800s, most cases of blindness from the disease were temporary.塔瑞尼和她的团队花了十年来研究这个问题。他们发现,玛丽小时候患有猩红热,但她在14岁所患的病应被称为“脑膜炎”。另外,也没有资料显示她在青少年时期出现猩红热皮疹症状。虽然在19世纪猩红热导致的儿童死亡率高达30%,但大多数情况下失明是暂时性的。As the team continued to investigate, they discovered that Laura wrote a letter to her daughter, Rose, in 1937 describing Mary#39;s illness. Laura sent the letter right before the publication of her book By the Shores of Silver Lake, which described Mary#39;s blindness as being caused by scarlet fever. However, an excerpt from the letter stated: ;Mary had some sort of spinal sickness. I am not sure if the Dr. named it. We learned later when Pa took her from De Smet, South Dakota to Chicago, Illinois to a specialist that the nerves of her eyes were paralyzed and there was no hope.;进一步的调查发现,1937年劳拉曾写了一封信给她的女儿露丝描述玛丽的病情。劳拉写这封信时正好是她的新书《银湖畔》出版之前,书中写到玛丽由于患猩红热而失明。然而信的摘录却写到:“玛丽有某种脊柱病,我不确定医生是否这么叫它,我们后来才知道,当爸爸带着她从南达科他州的迪斯梅特到伊利诺伊州的芝加哥时,专家已认为她的眼睛的神经坏了,没有希望了。”After poring over historical records, including the Ingalls#39; town newspaper that reported that Mary had suffered from severe headaches and partial paralysis on one side of her face, the researchers now believe that Mary contracted viral meningoencephalitis, which inflames the brain and spinal cord. By inflaming the optic nerve, it can also lead to blindness.通过研究历史记录,包括英格尔居住小镇报纸上的报道,该报道称玛丽患有严重的头痛,脸部也有一侧部分瘫痪。研究人员现在相信,玛丽所患的病毒性脑膜炎损害了她的大脑和脊髓。从而引起视神经的损害,也可导致失明。7. Gospel Of The Lots Of Mary7.《玛丽福音》之谜Recently translated by Princeton University religion professor Anne Marie Luijendijk, the 1,500-year-old ;Gospel of the Lots of Mary; is not a gospel describing the life and death of Jesus Christ, as everyone had assumed. Instead, it#39;s a sort of Magic 8 Ball to predict the future and help people solve their problems.最近,普林斯顿大学宗教学教授安妮·玛丽·路易简德克翻译了《玛丽福音》,与所有人认为的相反,这本有1500 年历史的福音书并不描述耶稣基督的生与死,而像是神奇8号球一样预测未来,帮助人们解决问题。This Christian oracle book was written in the Egyptian Coptic language, which uses the Greek alphabet. The book opens like this: “The Gospel of the lots of Mary, the mother of the Lord Jesus Christ, she to whom Gabriel the Archangel brought the good news. He who will go forward with his whole heart will obtain what he seeks. Only do not be of two minds.”本基督教预言书由采用希腊字母的埃及科普特语写成。这本书的开头是这样写的:“玛丽福音,耶稣基督母亲的福音,她为加布里埃尔天使带来好消息。一心向前的人会得偿所愿。只要他不三心二意。”That opening led Luijendijk to believe the book contained a standard type of gospel. However, she found that the heavily used book was made up of 37 oracles, which rarely mentioned Jesus. If a person needed help with a problem, he would ask a question of the book#39;s owner. Then they would select an oracle at random to solve the problem. The book#39;s owner would interpret the oracle#39;s answer.这样的开头使路易简德克认为这是本标准的福音书。然而,她发现这本年代久远的书由 37 个预言组成,而其中很少提到耶稣。如果有人需要帮助,他会问书的主人一个问题。然后他们会随意选择一个预言来解决这个问题。书的主人会解释这个预言。Each oracle is written so vaguely that it could be used for many situations. An example would be: “Stop being of two minds, o human, whether this thing will happen or not. Yes, it will happen! Be brave and do not be of two minds. Because it will remain with you a long time and you will receive joy and happiness.”每个预言是如此含糊以至于它可以被用于很多情况。一个例子是:“不要再三心二意,人类,不论这件事情是否会发生。是的,它会发生!要勇敢,不要三心二意。因为它会陪伴你很长的时间,你会得到快乐和幸福。”Ancient ;lot books; were consulted to predict people#39;s futures. Overall, this book takes a positive view of what lies ahead. However, Luijendijk had never known of another lot book that was referred to as a “gospel,” which translates as ;good news.; That leads Luijendijk to believe that gospels may have been viewed differently in ancient times, perhaps not solely as texts about the life and death of Jesus.古代有很多书被用来预测人们的未来。总体而言,这本书对于未来持正面看法。然而,路易简德克从来不知道的另一些被称为“福音”的书,被译为“好消息”。这使得路易简德克相信福音书的解读可能与古时不同,它也许并不仅仅有关耶稣的生命和死亡。In 1984, the text was donated to Harvard University by the daughter-in-law of an antiquities trader. However, no one knows how or when the family acquired the book.1984年,这本书被一名古董商人的女婿捐赠给哈佛大学。然而,没有人知道这个家庭如何得到这本书。6. Why Palmyra Was Located In The Syrian Desert6.为什么巴尔米拉坐落于叙利亚的沙漠之中Palmyra was an important trading hub in the Roman Empire around 2,000 years ago. But historians could never understand how Palmyra#39;s 100,000 residents were able to thrive in the middle of the Syrian desert—or why they would live there in the first place.2000年前,巴尔米拉是罗马帝国重要的贸易枢纽。但是历史学家永远不明白巴尔米拉的十万居民是如何在叙利亚沙漠的中部生存下来的,或者说,他们一开始为什么要选择在那里生活。However, a team of Norwegian and Syrian researchers has finally solved the mystery. Palmyra and over three dozen surrounding (but forgotten) ancient Roman farming villages used a network of water reservoirs to make their arid steppe green. By collecting and channeling the yearly rainfall of 12–15 centimeters (5–6 in) from seasonal storms into these reservoirs, the ancient inhabitants farmed the land with a variety of crops. This gave Palmyra a stable source of food, even during droughts, making it a grand oasis of avenues, arches, and columns in a vibrant desert marketplace.然而,一由挪威和叙利亚研究人员共同组成的研究小组最终解开了这一谜题。巴尔米拉以及在它周围超过36个的古罗马村庄(但是被遗忘了)利用一种水库网来使他们干燥的大草原保持常绿。每年暴雨季节降水量有12-15公分,古代居民收集和引导这些降水到他们的水库,并利用这些水耕作多种多样的农作物。这给了巴尔米拉一个稳定的食物来源,即使在旱季巴尔米拉也是一片壮观的绿洲,在其充满活力的集市中,有着树木茂密的林荫道,各式各样精美的拱门和圆柱。The city also prospered as a major trading hub linking Eastern civilizations with Western ones. Although the Persians and Parthians controlled the East and the Romans dominated the West, there were small independent kingdoms located between the two. Each of their rulers demanded payments from travelers to use their water routes—along parts of the Euphrates and Nile Rivers, for example.这个城市作为连接东方和西方文明的主要贸易枢纽,也十分繁荣。虽然当时是波斯人和帕提亚人统治东方而罗马人主导西方,但是也有一些小的独立的国家处在它们之间。每个国家的统治者要求旅游者有偿使用他们境内的水路,比如幼发拉底河和尼罗河。Rather than pay all those exorbitant river taxes to take the direct routes, tradesmen would cut through the desert and stop at Palmyra. There, they could purchase the items and services they needed to safely complete their journeys. This greatly contributed to Palmyra#39;s prosperity in ancient times.比起选择径直的航线需要付出过高的河税,商人们更愿意从沙漠穿过并停留在巴尔米拉。在巴尔米拉,他们可以购买他们所需要的商品和务以保安全地走完这一段旅程。这在古代极大地促进了巴尔米拉的繁荣。注:本文转载自前十网,译者:Freya然 /201505/372859青岛妇科医院qq

青岛大学附属医院市南院几点下班The decision to ban Borat-style mankinis has helped a seaside town shed its #39;Wild West#39; image as a haven for stag and hen parties after cutting crime and drunken anti-social behaviour, police say.警察称,一个海边小镇禁穿波拉特风格(Borat-style)的男士比基尼泳衣后,犯罪及醉酒等反社会行为减少,摆脱了“狂野西部”、婚前单身派对天堂的形象。Figures show anti-social behaviour and criminal activity in the Cornish town of Newquay has fallen since 2009.相关数据显示,从2009年开始,纽基(Newquay)康沃尔镇的反社会行为和犯罪活动就开始减少。Officers say a determination to tackle excess drinking, public disorder and the wearing of inappropriate clothing such as mankinis - skimpy male bikini-style bathing costumes popularised by the comedy character Borat - has helped reduce crime.官员们指出,他们严厉打击酗酒、公共秩序混乱、衣着不当(比如穿着男士比基尼——因谐星波拉特而广为流传的紧身男士泳衣)等问题,从而降低了犯罪率。Devon and Cornwall Police inspector Dave Meredith, the town#39;s most senior policeman, said: #39;When you speak to anybody from patrol officers to PCSOs, partners in town, shop keepers, everybody says Newquay has made a miraculous improvement.德文郡和康沃尔郡警察局的检察官戴夫·梅雷迪斯(Dave Meredith)是镇里的最高级别警员,他说:“从巡警到社区务警察(PCSO),镇里的合伙人,商店的老板,人人都说纽基发生了神奇的变化。”Five or six years ago and more, Newquay was a little bit of a Wild West town. It had a bad reputation nationally.而在五六年前或更早,纽基有点像个狂野西部小镇,在全国臭名昭著。#39;People expected to come to Newquay to drink a lot, behave irresponsibly, a lot of really young people came to Newquay and knew they had a good chance of getting drunk. Certainly we have clamped down on that and the image of Newquay now has certainly curtailed some of that.#39;“人们希望来纽基豪饮,为所欲为。很多年轻人来到纽基,觉得这是肆无忌惮醉酒的机会。我们当然控制了这个苗头,而纽基现在的形象已有所好转。”Police and community leaders say the town now has more of a family-friendly image and that tourism is booming.警察以及社区领导人说,小镇现在有个更加居家的形象,同时旅游业也在迅猛发展。Reports of anti-social behaviour dropped every year from 937 in 2009/10 to 485 in 2012/13.关于反社会行为的报道从2009~2010年的937例下降到2012~2013年的485例。Overall crime in Newquay has also reduced significantly - from 1,823 incidents in 2012/13 down to 1,624 in 2014/15.纽基的整体犯罪率也大幅度下降——从2012~2013年的1,823例下降到2014~1015年的1,624例。Dave Sleeman, the town#39;s mayor, said the resort is #39;unrecognisable#39; now from its previous image.戴夫·斯利曼(Dave Sleeman)是这个镇的镇长,他说这个度假圣地跟之前的形象有天壤之别。He said: #39;I remember back in the 2000s you couldn#39;t walk the streets on a Saturday without seeing someone wearing a mankini or what have you.他说:“我还记得2000年左右的时候,星期六在大街上走一定会看到有人穿着男士比基尼或诸如此类衣。#39;But now they#39;re not allowed in Newquay. The police will tell them to go home and get changed if they see them wearing one, and the guest houses and camp sites are pretty good at warning their guests about what#39;s acceptable.“但是现在这在纽基是禁止的。警察如果看到他们穿着这些,会勒令他们回家换衣。而且招待所和露营地的人都会好好告诫他们的客人,告诉他们如何穿着妥当。“#39;I think we have turned the corner here.#39;“我觉得,我们逆袭了。” /201506/379052青岛哪里能做的好人流 崂山区妇科医院

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