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美好婚姻秘诀?分担家务!Sharing housework is important to marriage.The percentage of Americans who consider children "very important" to a successful marriage has dropped sharply since 1990, and more now cite the sharing of household chores as pivotal, according to a sweeping new survey.The Pew Research Center survey on marriageand parenting found that children had fallen to eighth out of nine on a list of factors that people associate with successful marriages - well behind "sharing household chores," "good housing," "adequate income," a "happy sexual relationship" and "faithfulness."In a 1990 World Values Survey, children ranked third in importance among the same items, with 65 percent saying children were very important to a good marriage. Just 41 percent said so in the new Pew survey.Chore-sharing was cited as very important by 62 percent of respondents, up from 47 percent in 1990.The survey also found that, more Americans say the main purpose of marriage is the "mutual happiness and fulfillment" of adults rather than the "bearing and raising of children."The survey's findings buttress concerns expressed by numerous scholars and family-policy experts, among them Barbara Dafoe Whitehead of Rutgers University's National Marriage Project."The popular culture is increasingly oriented to fulfilling the desires of adults," she wrote in a recent report. "Child-rearing values - sacrifice, stability, dependability, maturity - seem stale and musty by comparison."Virginia Rutter, a sociology professor at Framingham (Mass.) State College and board member of the Council on Contemporary Families, said the shifting views may be linked in part to America's relative lack of family-friendly workplace policies such as paid leave and subsidized child care."If we value families ... we need to change the circumstances they live in," she said, citing the challenges faced by young, two-earner couples as they ponder having children.The Pew survey was conducted by telephone from mid-February through mid-March among a random, nationwide sample of 2,020 adults. 一项大规模的最新调查显示,美国人中认为孩子对于美好婚姻“十分重要”的比例自上世纪90年代以来急剧下降,如今更多的美国人认为分担家务才是美好婚姻的关键。美国皮尤调查中心此项有关婚姻和育儿的调查发现,在人们列举的与美好婚姻有关的九大因素中,“孩子”下滑至第八位,位居“分担家务”、“住房条件好”、“收入富足”、“性生活愉快”及“忠诚”几大因素之后。在1990年的“世界价值观调查”中,“孩子”在以上几个因素中排名第三,65%的美国人认为孩子对于美好婚姻十分重要。而在此项最新的皮尤调查中,只有41%持相同观点。62%的受访者认为“分担家务”十分重要,超过了1990年的47%。另外,调查还发现,更多的美国人认为婚姻的主要目的是两人之间的“相互愉悦与满足”,而不是“养育孩子”。该调查的结果造成了很多学者和家庭政策专家们的担忧,鲁特格斯大学国家婚姻项目的芭芭拉·达佛·怀特黑德就是其中一位。她在最近的一篇报告中写道:“大众文化正日益以满足成年人的欲望为导向。而牺牲、稳定、可靠及成熟等育儿的价值观似乎已经过时了。”弗莱明翰州立大学的社会学教授、当代家庭研究会的理事会成员弗吉妮亚·鲁特称,这种观念的转变一部分可能与美国缺少如带薪假期及子女津贴等关心员工家庭的政策有关。她在谈及年轻的上班族夫妇在考虑要孩子时所面临的挑战时说:“如果我们重视家庭……我们就应该改变他们生活的环境。”此项随机电话调查从今年2月中旬持续至三月中旬,全美共有2020名成年人参加。 /200803/32260

晚装,一听这个名字大家就会联想到奥斯卡的红毯,金马奖的红毯等等,其实,晚装就在我们身边。 White-and-Clear Palettes纯白极简主义Keep your style fresh by rocking a clean color combination like Carrie Underwood.让自己如凯莉.安德伍德这样,用纯白色系组合打造出清新宜人的风格吧! /201008/110918

According to a study, chewing gum after intestinal surgery can help reactivate paralyzed bowels and get patients out of the hospital sooner。Chewing gum afterintestinal surgerycan help reactivate paralyzedbowelsand get patients out of the hospital sooner, a study said on Monday.Patients who haveabdominal surgeryoften suffer a slowdown or shutdown of the bowels calledileusthat causes pain, vomiting and abdominal swelling, and they may not be able to tolerate food or even water, the report published in the Archives of Surgery said.Study participants had no problem chewing sugarless gum three times a day. Chewing stimulates nerves that promote the release of hormones responsible for activating thegastrointestinal system, wrote study author Rob Schuster of Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in California.Seventeen of 34 patients who chewed gum beginning a few hours after surgery passed gas several hours sooner than the half who did not chew, and they had their first bowel movements an average of 63 hours after surgery compared with 89 hours for non-chewers.The gum chewers got out of the hospital an average of 4.3 days after surgery versus 6.8 days for non-chewers, reducing costs and lowering the risk ofcomplications."We conclude that gum chewing early in the postoperative period following (surgery) hastens time to bowel motility and ability to tolerate feedings," the report said. "This inexpensive and well-tolerated treatment resulted in earlier hospital discharge."本周一公布的一项研究表明,患者在接受肠道手术之后,嚼口香糖可以帮助他们麻痹的肠道恢复运动,有助于患者早日出院。 据刊在《外科文献》上的报告称,患者在接受腹部手术后,经常会出现"肠梗阻"现象,即肠道运动缓慢或是肠道运动停止,这将引发腹痛、呕吐或腹涨等反应,患者可能因此无法进食,甚至无法饮水。美国加州圣芭芭拉医疗站的罗布·舒斯特是这项研究报告的撰写人。他在报告中写道,此项研究的参与者每天嚼3次无糖口香糖。嚼口香糖将刺激人体内某些释放激素的神经,而这些激素有助于促进肠胃系统活动。在参与研究的34名患者中,有一半的患者在手术之后的几小时就开始咀嚼口香糖。研究发现,咀嚼口香糖的患者比另一半不嚼口香糖的患者早数小时排气,并且,前者平均在手术后的63个小时里就出现了首次肠道运动,而后者在术后89个小时才出现首次肠道运动。那些每天咀嚼口香糖的患者术后平均4.3天就出院了,而另外不咀嚼口香糖的患者平均6.8天后才出院。咀嚼口香糖不仅减少了患者的医疗开,同时还降低了发生并发症的危险。"我们得出这样一个结论:手术后早期咀嚼口香糖,有助于患者肠道早日恢复运动并促进他们的进食能力,"报告说,"这种便宜又容易接受的治疗方法能帮助患者早日出院。" Vocabulary:intestinal surgery:(肠道手术)bowels:the intestine(肠子)abdominal surgery:(腹部手术)ileus:(医学用语:“肠梗阻”)gastrointestinal system:(肠胃系统)complications:a secondary disease, an accident, or a negative reaction occurring during the course of an illness and usually aggravating the illness(并发症) /200808/46332I'm going to admit something: Although I think over-used pick-up lines ("Come here often?") are pretty lame, I think really bad ones can be so terrible that they're kinda funny in a corny Henny Youngmanish way. Like, "Hey, I forgot my phone number. Will you give me yours?" Bah-dum-dum! 我得坦白一些事情:尽管我觉得那些被人用烂的搭讪方法很老土,但是老土到一定程度,你会觉得它们有点Henny Youngman式的幽默。比如,“嗨,我忘了我自己的电话号码,你能给我你的吗?”实在土的可以。Apparently, Franz Wisner has a similar appreciation for them. Dumped by his fiancee the day before his wedding, he subsequently traveled around the world to see what he could learn about relationships. He wrote a book, How the World Makes Love … And What It Taught a Jilted Groom, about his experience — and devoted a brief chapter to the worst pick-up lines in the world. Here are a few of the best. I mean, worst.威斯纳(Franz Wisner)显然对老土的搭讪有相似的见解。在结婚前夜被未婚妻抛弃后,他周游世界学习男女关系。他根据自己的经历写了一本书,《世界各国人民是如何做爱的——一个被甩新郎的感悟》,其中有一章就讲述了世界各地的最老土搭讪。以下是其中最好的,不对,我的意思是,最老土的搭讪方法。India:"Don't I know you from a past life?"印度:“我们是否前世就已相识?”"My parents have aly engaged us to be married. They just forgot to tell you."“我们的父母已经帮我们订婚了。他们只是忘了告诉你。”Nicaragua:"I'd love to be a farmer, if you would be my soil. Our crop would be bananas."尼加拉瓜:“如果你愿意做我的土地,那么我就是一名农夫。我们的作物将会是香蕉。”New Zealand:"How would you like your breakfast eggs — scrambled or fertilized?" 新西兰:“早餐的鸡蛋你想怎么做?是炒的还是蒸的?”What are your favorite awful pick-up lines?你最喜欢的老土搭讪是哪句呢? /201104/130125That little "a" with a circle curling around it that is found in email addresses is most commonly referred to as the "at" symbol。  小写字母“a”外加个圆圈,这一符号常出现在email(电子邮件)地址中,通常是作为“at”(在)的标记。  Surprisingly though, there is no official, universal name for this sign. There are dozens of strange terms to describe the @ symbol。然而令人感到惊奇的是,这一标记居然没有官方的,通用的名称。有几十个奇怪的术语用来描绘@这一符号。  Before it became the standard symbol for electronic mail, the @ symbol was used to represent the cost or weight of something. For instance, if you purchased 6 apples, you might write it as 6 apples @ .10 each。  @这一符号在成为电子邮件的标准符号之前,曾被用来表示物品的单价或质量。例如,你买6只苹果。就可以写成:六只苹果,每只@.10,表示每只苹果1.10美元。  With the introduction of e-mail came the popularity of the @ symbol. The @ symbol or the "at sign" separates a person's online user name from his mail server address. For instance,joe@uselessknowledge.com. Its widesp use on the Internet made it necessary to put this symbol on keyboards in other countries that have never seen or used the symbol before. As a result, there is really no official name for this symbol。  随着电子邮件的使用,@这一符号越来越普及了。符号@或“at”标记将上网用户的姓名与其邮件的务器地址分开。例如:joe@uselessknowledge.com。这一符号在因特网上的广泛使用使得许多以前从未见过或使用过它的国家必须在它们的电脑键盘上加上这一符号键,结果造成这一符号并没有真正的官方名称。  The actual origin of the @ symbol remains an enigma。  @符号的确切起源仍然是谜。  History tells us that the @ symbol stemmed from the tired hands of the medieval monks. During the Middle Ages before the invention of printing presses, every letter of a word had to be painstakingly transcribed by hand for each copy of a published book. The monks that performed these long, tedious copying duties looked for ways to reduce the number of individual strokes per word for common words. Although the word "at" is quite short to begin with, it was a common enough word in texts and documents that medieval monks thought it would be quicker and easier to shorten the word "at" even more. As a result, the monks looped the "t" around the "a" and created it into a circle-eliminating two strokes of the pen。  历史告诉我们,@这一符号起源于中世纪僧侣疲劳的双手。中世纪时印刷机尚未发明,要出版一本书,每一个单词的每一个字母都得用手工辛苦的刻出来。从事这项长时间辛苦誊写刻画的僧侣们就开始寻找减少每一个常用字笔画数的方法。虽然“at”这一单词开始写起来很短,但它在文本和文件中频繁出现。中世纪的僧侣们就想到如果能进一步简化它,就可以写起来更快更容易。结果,僧侣们就在“a”四周画了一个圈,从而省却了字母“t”的两个笔划。 /201003/99715

World keeps humour in 2008 despite economic woesWhether smashing plates in San Diego to relieve frustration or drinking "Bailout Bitter" beer in Canada sold as a "bitter ale for bitter times", people the world over kept a sense of humour in 2008 despite financial woes.Some of the year's top off-beat tales included a Canada brewery that created a special tough times bitter and "Sarah's Smash Shack" in California, which charges patrons for 15 minutes of pleasure pulverising dinnerware against a wall."It was the best we've spent in the last two years," said insurance broker Adam DeWitt, who smashed plates in San Diego with his wife after his home mortgage loan was rejected.A glance back at 2008 shows a world full of wonderful, weird and whacky stories both before and after the financial upheaval.In May, a Wall Street restaurant boasted it was selling the costliest burger in New York, with the 5 patty made of Kobe beef, black truffles and seared foie gras."Wall Street has good days and bad days," said Heather Tierney at her Wall Street Burger Shoppe. "We wanted to have something special if you really have a good day on Wall Street."One bank in Kazakhstan offered a diamond-encrusted credit card for well-heeled clients with incomes over 0,000. A jeweller in Tokyo kept busy selling 13-piece tableware sets made of gold for million -- aimed at newly rich Chinese customers.Yet there was no need for any plates at all in Bihar, one of India's poorest states where authorities encouraged people to eat rats to fight rising food prices and save grain stocks. They praised rat meat a healthy alternative to rice."Bailout" was crowned as the US word of the year, and the financial crisis also had implications in Russia where vodka consumption fell sharply and the National Alcohol Association lobby group in Moscow said vodka stockpiles were six times higher than usual.A Polish man got the shock of his life when he visited a brothel and spotted his wife among the establishment's employees, making some extra money on the side. After 14 years, the couple are divorcing. /200812/60020英国:大龄单身女性剧增One in three women in UK is unmarried at 35, official figures show. In 2000, only a quarter were not married. And in 1990, just one in ten was in this position.Marriage began to experience a decline in the 1980s, but in the last decade its popularity has fallen more sharply.The downward trend corresponds with an increase in women following careers, the rising cost of buying a home and the growing acceptance of couples simply living together.Analysts believe the introduction of tax credits to the benefit system since 1999 has dissuaded many from marrying, as they favour single mothers.Figures show a couple with children must earn £50,000 a year between them before they are better off than if they lived apart.The figures, from the Office of National Statistics, showed that fewer than two-thirds of women who reached 35 in 2005 had married - 665 from every 1,000.Among those born five years earlier, nearly three-quarters had been married by 35.About nine out of ten women who were 35 in 1990 had been married at least once.However, the trend away from marriage seems at odds with the wishes of both men and women.Previously polls have found that about seven out of ten still aspire to marriage.Robert Whelan of the Civitas civic value think-tank said: "This is an incredible collapse, not just because of the extent but because of the speed."If it goes on we will soon see a majority of women unmarried in their mid-thirties."What we are seeing is a huge and growing gap between what people want in their lives and what they are getting." 据官方数据显示,英国35岁的女性中,有三分之一的人单身。2000年这一数据仅为四分之一,1990年只有十分之一。英国的结婚人数从上世纪80年代开始减少,在过去十年中减少的更快。这一趋势主要是由追求事业的女性增多、房价上涨以及同居日益被接受造成的。分析人士认为,从1999年开始实行的税款抵免福利制度使很多人不愿结婚,这一政策对单身妈妈最为有利。有关数据显示,一对有孩子的夫妇一年必须挣到5万英镑,才能使生活比一个人时过得好。英国国家统计署的统计数据显示,2005年满35岁的女性中,已婚比例不到三分之二(1000人中有665人)。而在40岁的女性中,近四分之三的人在35岁前已结婚。1990年,90%的35岁女性至少已经结了一次婚。然而,这一趋势与男性和女性的愿望似乎并不相符。此前的调查发现,约70%的人仍然渴望结婚。民众价值智囊团Civitas的罗伯特·威兰说:“无论是从范围还是从速度上,这种下降让人难以置信。”“如果这一趋势继续下去,不久之后我们就会看到大多数女性到了30多岁还没结婚。”“目前的状况是,人们对于生活的期望与他们所得到的结果之间存在着巨大的、而且仍在加大的差距。” /200803/32259

For the last six years, John Bokop and his wife have headed to Florida for at least two weeks during the winter.在过去的六年里,约翰·科普和他的妻子都会去佛罗里达呆上两个礼拜度过冬天。"(We just want) to get away from the snow we've been having and the cold weather," he said.“(我们想)远离那些我们在寒冷天气下遇到的大雪。”他说道。 While shorter days and less sunlight can cause cabin fever for some, a portion of the population experiences sadder moods and lower energy levels with the arrival of winter.在短日照的日子和缺乏阳光照射会使一些人得幽闭症,随着冬季的到来一部分人伤感并且缺乏活力。The condition is known as seasonal affective disorder, and Mark Richman, assistant director for community mental health at the Delaware Department of Health and Human Services, said it's a type of depression that's triggered by the change in seasons.这就是我们熟知的季节性情感混乱,在特拉华州健康和公共事业局负责社区心理健康的副主管,马克.理查德说,这就是典型的受季节变化引发的伤感。"It's ... called winter depression, and it's often linked to changes in light," he said.“这个……被称为冬季伤感,经常随着日照变化。”他说道。According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, between 4% and 6% of people in the ed States suffer from SAD. Another 10% to 20% may experience a mild form of the condition in late fall or early winter.Symptoms include a loss of energy, loss of interest in favorite activities, anxiety and changes in sleep and appetite, Richman said.根据美国家庭医生学会所提供的资料,大约有4%到6%的美国人得过这种伤感。另外10%到20%的可能在初冬或者冬末有过轻度的消沉。症状包括缺乏活力,对喜爱的运动不感兴趣,焦虑,在睡眠和欲望上变化。理查德说道。 /201102/125159Moral Issues 美式道德Do Americans have any morals? That's a good question. Many people insist that ideas about right and wrong are merely personal opinions. Some voices, though, are calling Americans back to traditional moral values. William J. Bennett, former U.S. Secretary of Education, edited The Book of Virtues in 1993 to do just that. Bennett suggests that great moral stories can build character. The success of Bennett's book shows that many Americans still believe in moral values. But what are they? 美国人还有道德吗?这是个好问题。许多人坚持对与错乃是个人的意见。但是,还是有些人在呼唤美国人回到传统的道德价值里去。威廉.班奈特,前任美国教育部长,正是为了此目的而在一九九三年编辑了「美德」这本书。班奈特认为伟大的道德故事可以建造性格。班奈持这本书的成功显示了许多美国人仍然相信道德的价值。但是它们到底为何? To begin with, moral values in America are like those in any culture. In fact, many aspects of morality are universal. But the stories and traditions that teach them are unique to each culture. Not only that, but culture influences how people show these virtues. 最开始,道德价值在美国就像在任何其它的文化一样。事实上,许多道德的观点是全球一致的。但是,不同的文化则有不同的故事和传统来教导它们。不仅如此,文化也影响了人民如何表现这些美德。 One of the most basic moral values for Americans is honesty. The well-known legend about George Washington and the cherry tree teaches this value clearly. Little George cut down his father's favorite cherry tree while trying out his new hatchet. When his father asked him about it, George said, "I cannot tell a lie. I did it with my hatchet." Instead of punishment, George received praise for telling the truth. Sometimes American honesty-being open and direct-can offend people. But Americans still believe that "honesty is the best policy." 美国人最基本的道德价值之一是诚实。众所周知的乔治.华盛顿砍樱桃树的故事,即将此道德教导地极为清楚。小乔治在试他新斧头时砍倒了爸爸最心爱的樱桃树。当爸爸问他的时候,乔治说,「我不能说谎,我用我的斧头砍了它。」乔治非但未被惩罚,反而因为诚实而被赞赏。有时候美国人仍然相信「诚实是最上策」。 Another virtue Americans respect is perseverance. Remember Aesop's fable about the turtle and the rabbit that had a race? The rabbit thought he could win easily, so he took a nap. But the turtle finally won because he did not give up. Another story tells of a little train that had to climb a steep hill. The hill was so steep that the little train had a hard time trying to get over it. But the train just kept pulling, all the while saying, "I think I can, I think I can." At last, the train was over the top of the hill. "I thought I could, I thought I could," chugged the happy little train. 另外一个为美国人所尊崇的美德为坚忍。记得再龟兔赛跑这则伊索寓言吗?兔子以为牠可以赢的很轻松,便睡了个午觉,但是乌龟再最后终因不放弃而赢了这场比赛。另一个故事谈到一个必须爬过陡峭山头的小火车,山头是这么陡,以至于小火车很难爬上去,但是它仍不断地爬,并不停地说:「我想我能做到,我能做到。」最后,火车终于爬过了山头,「我就知道我可以。」这个快乐的小火车继续往前去。 ompassion may be the queen of American virtues. The story of "The Good Samaritan" from the Bible describes a man who showed compassion. On his way to a certain city, a Samaritan man found a poor traveler lying on the road. The traveler had been beaten and robbed. The kind Samaritan, instead of just passing by, stopped to help this person in need. Compassion can even turn into a positive cycle. In fall 1992, people in Iowa sent truckloads of water to help Floridians hit by a hurricane. The next summer, during the Midwest flooding, Florida returned the favor. In less dramatic ways, millions of Americans are quietly passing along the kindnesses shown to them. 同情心,可能是美国的道德之最了。圣经中的「好撒玛利亚人」的故事,描述一个流露同情心的人。在这个撒玛利亚人出发去某城市的途中,看到一个可怜的旅客躺在路旁。这旅客被鞭打、抢劫,这位仁慈的撒玛利亚人非但没有视而不见,反而停下来帮助这位有需要的人。同情心还可以变成一个正面循环,在一九九二年的秋天,爱荷华州的居民将好几辆卡车的水送到受飓风侵袭的佛罗里达州;而就在第二年夏天,当中西部闹水灾的时候,佛州人便投挑报李。数以百万计的美国人民正用较不醒目的方式回报人们向他们表达的善意。 In no way can this brief description cover all the moral values honored by Americans. Courage, responsibility, loyalty, gratitude and many others could be discussed. In fact, Bennett's bestseller-over 800 pages-highlights just 10 virtues. Even Bennett admits that he has only scratched the surface. But no matter how long or short the list, moral values are invaluable. They are the foundation of American culture-and any culture. 在这么一篇短短的文章里,无论如何也不能将美国人所尊崇的道德述尽。勇气、责任心、忠诚、感激之心还有许多其它可以讨论的。事实上,班奈特最畅销的书──超过八百页──只谈到了十种美德。即使班奈特也承认他只谈到了皮毛而已。但是不论这张道德表是多长或短,道德价值都是无价的。他们是美国文化──和任何其它国家的文化之基础。 /200804/34321都说明星都是“妆”出来的,卸下这层面罩,到底是让我们惊为天人还是惊悚雷人。其实大多数我们看到明星看似素颜的照片已经略施粉黛了。所以这次我们不比海报,不比写真,就比现实中记者们拍下的照片。看看妆前妆后的效果。化妆师的一双妙手是不是比整容更有效?蒋勤勤其实蒋勤勤的五官是没什么好挑剔的,做明星底子肯定得好。但是太平凡的浓妆艳抹会让肌肤渐渐变的黯淡。黑眼圈似乎一直是女明星的致命伤,所以她们都如此钟爱烟熏妆。Jiang Qinqin: Her facial features are exquisite. But her black eyes are rather obvious in daily look. /200911/89458

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