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阿克苏市隆鼻多少钱图木舒克瑞兰美白针多少钱According to research conducted at the University of Colorado, living in low-income neighborhoods puts young people at a higher risk of obesity.根据科罗拉多大学的研究,生活在低收入地区的年轻人有更高患肥胖的风险。Dr. Adam Lippert, an assistant professor at Colorado University in Denver says The research demonstrates that the long-term residential experiences of teenagers can affect their life-long health.丹佛科罗拉多大学助理教授亚当士称,研究表明青少年长期居住的经历会影响他们的终身健康。Researchers examined census data for 12,164 adolescents in grades 7 through 12, who were then followed for 13 years.研究人员考察了12164名7至12岁青少年的人口普查数据,他们随后被观察13年。The data showed adolescents living in poorer neighborhoods were more likely to be obese, or to become obese, than those living in higher-income areas. 数据显示,相比于生活在收入高的地区,生活在贫困地区的青少年更可能肥胖,或变得肥胖。Even just moving to low-income neighborhoods was shown to increase the risk.甚至仅仅是移居到低收入地区都会增加风险。Over longer periods of time spent living in destitute areas, the researchers saw a correlation between a lack of exercise amenities, healthy food sources and increased stress with the higher risk for obesity.在贫困地区度过的时间越长,研究人员发现缺乏锻炼设施、健康的食物来源以及增加的压力与高肥胖风险的相关性。译文属。201603/431773博乐玻尿酸多少钱一支 You are here because I wanted you to be here.我希望你上这个节目 所以你来了I, I thought you were so brilliant in the movie and.Thank you!我觉得你在电影里表现很赞 谢谢That must have been, first of all,this is your first talk show in English.首先 这是你第一次 上英文脱口秀So... - Yes, Im so nervous.No, you dont.所以 -对 我特别紧张 不用紧张Every time I talk in English, it makes me nervous.每次说英文我都很紧张Oh really. Well..Please speak slowly.是吗 请说慢一点I will speak very slowly. But you were brilliant in the film.我会放慢语速的 你演得真的很精Thank you.So, as I said you are this huge musician in Japan.谢谢 你在日本是乐界的大明星Everyone knows who you are. Youve never acted before.No.大家都认识你 但你之前没有演过戏 没有How did Angelina Jolie find you and how did you get this role?那安吉丽娜·朱莉是怎么发现你的 你怎么得到这个角色的Um, I just I just playing music.I just hitting the strings, not people. Like that.我就是玩玩音乐 我只是摆弄下琴弦 不像电影里那样打人So yeah I, heard that she found me out on the internet.听说她是在网上看到我的She talked to the Japanese casting director Yoko她跟日本选角总监阳子谈了谈She, she came to my office in Tokyo. Out of the blue.后来她突然来我东京的办公室找我So I didnt know, you know, about this film much.我之前对这部电影没什么了解And then that Japanese casting director asked me about my music当时日本选角总监 跟我聊我的音乐and musician and what kind of film I like,问我喜欢的音乐家和电影and whos my favorite actor.And I answered ;Angelina Jolie;.还问我最喜欢的演员 我答是;安吉丽娜·朱莉; /201601/419281乌鲁木齐疤痕去除大约多少钱

新疆美白价格乌鲁木齐那家美容院治疗烫伤疤比较好 A lot of people spent the Fourth of July weekend grilling out or swimming at the beach. But Cale Nordmeyer spent his time trudging through the muck and grasses in a Michigan wetland.Nordmeyer works for the Minnesota Zoo and hes on a mission with a small window of time. Hes part of a small team of researchers working to save endangered Poweshiek skipperlings.The butterflies hatch this time of year, and are out for only around two weeks, so Nordmeyer hopped on a plane as soon as he heard they had hatched here in Michigan.The butterflies used to be common, but today its estimated there are only around 500 left.Thats it.500 total in the world, and their numbers have been dropping off fast.;In my home state of Minnesota, they are most likely extinct,; says Nordmeyer. ;And that used to be the heart of the range.;Holding on in MichiganToday, one of the strongholds for the Poweshiek skipperling has been a series of prairie fens, here in Oakland County. Fens are wetlands with a lot of grasses and flowers.I met up with Nordmeyer at one these fens with my daughter Cecelia. Right away, he spotted his first butterfly—the big neon blue and pink one printed on Cecelias T-shirt. Nordmeyer said the butterfly picture on her shirt is modeled after a Charaxes butterfly.;Its orange and white with blue all over it. Theyre stunning. Theyre totally cool. And my favorite part about them... they have attitude.;Nordmeyer says the Powershiek skipperling—the butterfly were looking for today—isnt nearly as big.;What makes skippers unique among other butterflies is that theyve got a huge head—and when theyre at rest—they have a fighter jet pose—theyre not always the biggest or the flashiest but I think theyre one of the cutest butterflies out there.;Nordmeyer says he first fell in love with butterflies when he was six years old. He found a big, brightly colored caterpillar in his backyard and was hooked.If we were going to find a Poweshiek among this swirl of bugs—his eye would spot it. We went out on a hot, sunny day—perfect butterfly weather.;Im walking out. Im scanning the landscape ahead of us,; says Nordmeyer as he steps with his butterfly net in hand, ;And Im looking at the black-eyed susans for a small little silver skipper that could be sitting right on top of them. Or Im looking for a little flash of a skipper flying by. They almost sparkle as they go by.;Nordmeyer came to this same fen four years ago and he saw Poweshiek skipperlings in really high numbers.;So we should have come out and we should have aly seen dozens,; he says. ;It wouldnt have been uncommon to spend a couple of hours doing a survey and see hundreds of them. Every black-eyed susan would have a little skipperling on it.;When we met up with him, Nordmeyers trip hadnt been going that well. Hes just wasnt finding that many.His goal is to capture some females, hold onto them for a few days while they lay eggs, and then raise the caterpillars back at the Minnesota Zoo. After they lay their eggs, he releases the females back into the same fen.Its all part of a program to try to save the butterfly.Reasons for the decline—no one smoking gun?Habitat loss is a huge reason for the decline.Prairies and fens have been disappearing for a long time. Its estimated that only around 4% of the original tall grass prairies remain. But up until around 15 years ago, the butterfly had been found in big numbers—even in these insolated spots.Nordmeyer says a class of insecticide used in farming might be at play here as well.Theyre called neonicotinoids.;The connection with neonicotinoids and the decline of some of these butterflies, like the Poweshiek skipperling, largely come from the effects that we now know that they have on some other pollinators—particularly bees,; says Nordmeyer.;And the timing of their use and popularity here in the Midwest does correspond pretty dramatically with the decline of the species, or at least the observed decline of the species. But correlation does not necessarily mean causation, and definitely more research is needed.;He doesnt think theres one smoking gun.The Poweshiek only moves around in small pockets, so it cant travel that far.The reason for declines in each area could be unique to that spot. Some prairies and fens might have too much prescribed burning or too much grazing from cattle. Researchers are also looking at the effects of climate change on the species. The amount of winter snow pack could affect their survival as well.Fewer lepidopteristsAnother limiting factor for these butterflies is that there are just not that many people studying them.;One of our biggest problems actually, is that there arent enough people who can positively identify it,; says Nordmeyer. ;Theres a hope that theres some population out there, and theyre still hanging on.;The survival of this little butterfly depends on people like him.Nordmeyer says his work can be hard. Watching declines like this isnt easy for a lepidopterist.;Its kind of emotional coming out here and knowing what there used to be,; says Nordmeyer. ;This should be perfect butterfly weather. We should be seeing them. And then not seeing them—its really, really hard.Now of course, theres a lot of hope. Were out here trying to reverse that, and thats what I try focus on.;Nordmeyer continued to scan the open field in front of us.He spotted one—a male.He took a quick swing at it with his butterfly net so we could take a close look at it.;I missed it,; he said to Cecelia with a sheepish grin as the butterfly skipped off into the grass.Males arent the target here. Hes after females. He did manage to capture a few females, and he drove back to the Minnesota Zoo with his precious cargo—Poweshiek skipperling eggs.He hopes to be back next year to release the Poweshieks in chrysalis form.201607/453481克拉玛依祛痘多少钱

库尔勒市彩光嫩肤多少钱North Korea says it has successfully test-fired a ballistic missile from a submarine and strengthened its nuclear attack capabilities. 朝鲜称已从潜艇上成功试射弹道导弹,并加强了其核攻击能力。Hours before the announcement by North Koreas state media Sunday, South Korean military officials said the North had fired what appeared to be a ballistic missile from a submarine off its eastern coast. 周日就在朝鲜官方媒体公布的前几个小时,韩国军方官员表示,在东海岸朝鲜从潜艇上似乎发射了一枚弹道导弹。While South Korean experts say its unlikely that North Korea currently possesses an operational submarine that can fire multiple missiles, 韩国专家称朝鲜目前不太可能拥有一艘可以发射多导弹的作战潜艇,they acknowledge that the North is making progress on such technology.他们承认朝鲜在这些技术上正取得进步。译文属。201604/439163 Household wealth家庭财富The balance-sheet boom资产负债表的繁荣Household wealth, and debt, is forecast to swell in 2015预计2015年家庭财富和债务将膨胀WITH the excesses of Christmas nearly over, Britons are planning their budgets for the new year. Their decisions will be crucial for the economy. After paying down debts to repair their balance-sheets in the years after the financial crisis, consumers are spending again. Yet wealth, like wages, remains lower than in 2007. A recovery in riches is an essential component of official forecasts for further growth.随着圣诞节购物狂潮接近尾声,英国人开始进行新一年的规划预算。他们的决定对经济状况至关重要。金融危机之后几年,在偿还完资产负债表的债务后,消费者们又开始消费了。然而家庭财富和工资一样,仍然低于2007年。财富复苏是官方预测未来发展的一个必要因素。When the financial crisis hit, wealth immediately suffered (unlike real wages, which hardly budged in 2008 but have fallen every year since). Household net worth—ie, assets minus debts—plummeted by 12% in 2008, driven by a 13% fall in housing wealth, which makes up just under half of all household assets. The hole is not yet filled: adjusting for inflation, housing wealth—168,000 (1,000) per household—remains 13% below its pre-crisis peak. Financial wealth, which includes investments in stocks and shares, has fared slightly better, but is still down 4% on 2007.当金融危机袭来时,财富首当其冲遭受损害(不像实际的工资,2008年勉强回升但从那以后逐年下降)。家庭净值,也就是资产减去债务,在2008年骤然下降了12%,这是受了约占家庭资产一半的房屋财富下降13%的影响。这个窟窿至今还没有被填上:通货膨胀调整、家庭财富(每户168,000英镑(261,000)美元)保持在比危机前峰值低13%的水平。包括股票投资在内的金融财富稍有起色,但仍比2007年低7%。As a result, households reduced their debts from 2008. Savings jumped from around 7% of income pre-crisis to 11% by 2010. By 2013 the average household had 62,000 worth of debt, down 16% in real terms on 2007. Largely as a result of this frugality, household net worth, which averaged 320,000 in 2013, has recovered about half its losses from the crisis.其结果就是,自2008年以来,家庭减少了债务。危机前约占收入7%的储蓄在2010年达到了11%。2013年,每家约有62,000镑的债务,扣除物价因素比2007年降低了16%。在这种俭省的影响下,2013年平均为320,000英镑的家庭净值已挽回了危机中一半的损失。That suggests that balance-sheets are not fully patched up. Yet consumers have been spending more; since 2013 saving has hovered around its pre-crisis level. And forecasts by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), Britains fiscal watchdog, see it falling further still, from 6.6% of income in 2014 to 5.4% in 2015 and then 4.8% by 2019.这表明资产负债表并没有完全被修补好。然而消费者已经开始增加出了,自2013年,储蓄就在危机前水平左右徘徊。英国财政监督部门预算责任办公室(OBR)预测,储蓄将会进一步下降,从2014年收入的6.6%下降到2015年的5.4%,然后到2019年的4.8%。Several factors lie behind the reversal. Better employment prospects mean workers are less in need of rainy-day funds. They might also expect wage growth and want to borrow against that future income. But the most significant factor is recent house-price growth, which boosts homeowners wealth without them needing to save. House prices are up 17.5% on average since 2012 (30% in London) and the OBR reckons a further rise of 7.4% is on the cards in 2015.这个逆转背后有几个因素。更好的就业前景意味着工人们没那么需要雨天基金了。他们也可以期望涨工资和预工资。但最重要的一个因素就是最近的房价增长,这使房主的财富增长,不需要存钱了。自2012年以来,房价平均上涨了17.5%(伦敦上涨了30%)。OBR预测2015年可能会进一步上涨7.4%。It was a housing boom that allowed the aggregate debt-to-income ratio to reach a record high of close to 170% before the crisis. The OBR now forecasts another balance-sheet boom, with debt surpassing its pre-crisis high in 2017 and reaching 184% of income by 2020.正是房屋市场的繁荣让整体上的债务收入比达到了历史新高,约是危机前的170%。OBR预测将有新一轮资产负债表繁荣,债务将在2017年超过危机前最高水平,在2020年达到收入的184%。This is troubling. If puffed-up house prices prove temporary—as in 2007—high debt could leave households vulnerable and harm the financial system. Housing is illiquid, meaning that in a crisis fire-sales can cause prices to fall rapidly. Even at current levels—146% of income—the Bank of England rightly frets about household debt, and in October limited the number of high-risk mortgages banks can issue (the market has cooled slightly since). The banks concern makes the OBRs forecast look either wrong or terrifying.这很棘手。如果和2007年一样膨胀的房价只是暂时的,高额债务可能让家庭财富不堪一击并损害到财政系统。住房是不动产,意味着在危机大甩卖中,房价可能骤跌。即使在现在水平——收入的146%,英国央行担忧家庭债务也无可厚非,在10月份,央行限制了能提供高风险抵押贷款的数(自那以后市场就稍微冷却了)。央行的担忧使得OBR的预测看起来要么错了,要么令人惊恐。In addition, saving is lower than the figures suggest, according to a recent working paper by John Ralfe, a pensions consultant, and Bernard Casey of Warwick University. The (recently revised) statistics fail to count pension payouts as running down savings. Adjust for this and the savings rate fell to -0.2% in 2013 and will become more sharply negative if the OBR forecast is borne out. So much for an end to Christmas excess.另外,根据养老金顾问约翰·拉尔夫和华威大学的伯纳德·卡西的一篇工作论文所说,实际储蓄比数据显示的要低。(最近修订的)数据没有将养老金出当作储蓄流失算进去。对此进行调整后,2013年的储蓄率下降到了-0.2%,如果OBR的预测成真,那这一负数将更大。这就是本次圣诞购物狂欢的大体状况。译者:王颖 校对:毛慧 译文属译生译世 /201501/352549喀什去黄褐斑多少钱乌鲁木齐铁路中心医院韩式三点多少钱

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