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重庆市中山医院门诊电话热线重庆西南医院有几个主任Mr. Secretary-General, thank you for bringing us together today to address an urgent threat to the people of West Africa, but also a potential threat to the world. Dr. Chan, heads of state and government, especially our African partners, ladies and gentlemen: As we gather here today, the people of Liberia and Sierra Leone and Guinea are in crisis. As Secretary-General Ban and Dr. Chan have aly indicated, the Ebola virus is sping at alarming speed. Thousands of men, women and children have died. Thousands more are infected. If unchecked, this epidemic could kill hundreds of thousands of people in the coming months. Hundreds of thousands. Ebola is a horrific disease. It’s wiping out entire families. It has turned simple acts of love and comfort and kindness -- like holding a sick friend’s hand, or embracing a dying child -- into potentially fatal acts. If ever there were a public health emergency deserving an urgent, strong and coordinated international response, this is it.But this is also more than a health crisis. This is a growing threat to regional and global security. In Liberia, in Guinea, in Sierra Leone, public health systems have collapsed. Economic growth is slowing dramatically. If this epidemic is not stopped, this disease could cause a humanitarian catastrophe across the region. And in an era where regional crises can quickly become global threats, stopping Ebola is in the interest of all of us.The courageous men and women fighting on the front lines of this disease have told us what they need. They need more beds, they need more supplies, they need more health workers, and they need all of this as fast as possible. Right now, patients are being left to die in the streets because there’s nowhere to put them and there’s nobody to help them. One health worker in Sierra Leone compared fighting this outbreak to “fighting a forest fire with spray bottles.” But with our help, they can put out the blaze.Last week, I visited the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is mounting the largest international response in its history. I said that the world could count on America to lead, and that we will provide the capabilities that only we have, and mobilize the world the way we have done in the past in crises of similar magnitude. And I announced that, in addition to the civilian response, the ed States would establish a military command in Liberia to support civilian efforts across the region.Today, that command is up and it is running. Our commander is on the ground in Monrovia, and our teams are working as fast as they can to move in personnel, equipment and supplies. We’re working with Senegal to stand up an air bridge to get health workers and medical supplies into West Africa faster. We’re setting up a field hospital, which will be staffed by personnel from the U.S. Public Health Service, and a training facility, where we’re getting y to train thousands of health workers from around the world. We’re distributing supplies and information kits to hundreds of thousands of families so they can better protect themselves. And together with our partners, we’ll quickly build new treatment units across Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, where thousands will be able to receive care.Meanwhile, in just the past week, more countries and organizations have stepped up their efforts -- and so has the ed Nations. Mr. Secretary-General, the new UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response that you announced last week will bring all of the U.N.’s resources to bear in fighting the epidemic. We thank you for your leadership.So this is all progress, and it is encouraging. But I want us to be clear: We are not moving fast enough. We are not doing enough. Right now, everybody has the best of intentions, but people are not putting in the kinds of resources that are necessary to put a stop to this epidemic. There is still a significant gap between where we are and where we need to be. We know from experience that the response to an outbreak of this magnitude has to be fast and it has to be sustained. It’s a marathon, but you have to run it like a sprint. And that’s only possible if everybody chips in, if every nation and every organization takes this seriously. Everybody here has to do more.International organizations have to move faster, and cut through red tape and mobilize partners on the ground as only they can. More nations need to contribute critical assets and capabilities -- whether it is air transport, or medical evacuation, or health care workers, or equipment, or treatment. More foundations can tap into the networks of support that they have, to raise funds and awareness. More businesses, especially those who aly have a presence in the region, can quickly provide their own expertise and resources, from access to critical supply chains to telecommunications. And more citizens -- of all nations -- can educate themselves on this crisis, contribute to relief efforts, and call on their leaders to act. So everybody can do something. That’s why we’re here today.And even as we meet the urgent threat of Ebola, it’s clear that our nations have to do more to prevent, detect and respond to future biological threats -- before they erupt into full-blown crises. Tomorrow, in Washington, I’ll host 44 nations to advance our Global Health Security Agenda, and we are interested in working with any country that shares this commitment.Just to emphasize this issue of speed again. When I was down at the CDC -- and perhaps this has aly been discussed, but I want to emphasize this -- the outbreak is such where at this point more people will die. But the slope of the curve, how fast we can arrest the sp of this disease, how quickly we can contain it is within our control. And if we move fast, even if imperfectly, then that could mean the difference between 10,000, 20,000, 30,000 deaths versus hundreds of thousands or even a million deaths. So this is not one where there should be a lot of wrangling and people waiting to see who else is doing what. Everybody has got to move fast in order for us to make a difference. And if we do, we’ll save hundreds of thousands of lives.Stopping Ebola is a priority for the ed States. I’ve said that this is as important a national security priority for my team as anything else that’s out there. We’ll do our part. We will continue to lead, but this has to be a priority for everybody else. We cannot do this alone. We don’t have the capacity to do all of this by ourselves. We don’t have enough health workers by ourselves. We can build the infrastructure and the architecture to get help in, but we’re going to need others to contribute.To my fellow leaders from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, to the people of West Africa, to the heroic health workers who are on the ground as we speak, in some cases, putting themselves at risk -- I want you to know that you are not alone. We’re working urgently to get you the help you need. And we will not stop, we will not relent until we halt this epidemic once and for all. So I want to thank all of you for the efforts that are made. But I hope that I’m properly communicating a sense of urgency here. Do not stand by, thinking that somehow, because of what we’ve done, that it’s taken care of. It’s not. And if we don’t take care of this now we are going to see fallout effects and secondary effects from this that will have ramifications for a long time, above and beyond the lives that will have been lost.I urge all of you, particularly those who have direct access to your heads of state, to make sure that they are making this a top priority in the next several weeks and months.Thank you very much. (Applause.)201505/374234重庆重医附二院是三甲医院吗 Hi, everybody. 大家好!As President, my top priority is rebuilding an economy where everybody who works hard has the chance to get ahead.作为总统,我最首要的职责就是重建一个让所有辛勤工作的人都能取得成功的经济环境。Thats what Ill spend some time talking about on Monday, at the White House Summit on Working Families.我将在周一举行的白宫工薪家庭峰会上就此话题谈论我的观点。Were bringing together business leaders and workers to talk about the challenges that working parents face every day, and how we can address them together.届时我将与众多企业领导和员工们汇聚一堂,共同探讨工薪父母们每天面对的挑战,并对此提出我们所能实现的解决办法。Take paid family leave.带薪产假和探亲假。Many jobs dont offer adequate leave to care for a new baby or an ailing parent, so workers cant afford to be there when their family needs them the most.多数岗位都不提供足够的假期让员工有时间去照顾新生婴儿或生病的父母,因此,员工无法在他们的家庭急需他们的时候及时到位,因为他们无法承受这一代价。Thats wrong. And it puts us way behind the times.这不合理。我们没有跟上时代的步伐。Only three countries in the world report that they dont offer paid maternity leave.全世界只有三个国家公开表示不提供带薪产假。Three. And the ed States is one of them.只有三个。而我们的国家就是其中之一。Its time to change that.是时候做出改变了。A few states have acted on their own to give workers paid family leave, but this should be available to everyone, because all Americans should be able to afford to care for a family member in need.有少数州已经做出了调整,给员工提供带薪产假和探亲假,但这应该是每个人都能享受到的福利,因为所有美国人民都应该具备照顾需要照料的家庭成员的能力。Childcare is another challenge.子女抚养是另一个挑战。Most working families I know cant afford thousands a year for childcare, but often thats what it costs.大多数工薪家庭,据我所知,无法承受每年数千美元的子女抚养费用,但通常这都是他们必须的出。That leaves parents scrambling just to make sure their kids are safe while theyre at work-forget about giving them the high-quality early childhood education that helps kids succeed in life.这让父母们很纠结,这些出只是为了确保他们在上班的时候孩子们有安全的环境,根本谈不上高质量的儿童早期教育去帮助孩子们成长成功。Then theres the issue of flexibility-the ability to take a few hours off for a parent-teacher conference or to work from home when your kid is sick.那么,灵活解决问题的方式是,让父母有几个小时的时间去参加一次家长会或是当孩子生病的时候可以在家办公。Most workers want it, but not enough of them have it.大多数的员工都需要这些,但并不是大部分人都可以享受到。Whats more, it not only makes workers happier-studies show that flexibility can make workers more productive and reduce worker turnover and absenteeism.更重要的是,这这不仅能让员工更开心,有研究明,弹性工作时间可以让员工的工作效率更高,并减少员工离职和缺勤。Thats good for business.企业可以从中获益良多。At a time when women make up about half of Americas workforce, outdated workplace policies that make it harder for mothers to work hold our entire economy back.在妇女撑起半边天的时代,过时的工作制度让妈妈们的工作更加艰难,也拉了整个经济发展的后腿。But these arent just problems for women. 但这不仅仅是针对女性存在的问题。Men also care about whos watching their kids. 男性也关心谁能够照顾孩子的问题。Theyre rearranging their schedules to make it to soccer games and school plays. 他们要不断调正他们的日程表,赶上球赛和校园演出。Lots of sons help care for aging parents. 很多当儿子的照顾上了年纪的父母。And plenty of fathers would love to be home for their new babys first weeks in the world.很多当父亲的更愿意在孩子出生的第一个星期在家陪伴宝宝。In fact, in a new study, nearly half of all parents-women and men-report that theyve said no to a job, not because they didnt want it, but because it would be too hard on their families. 实际上,有新的研究表明,几乎有一半的父母,男女都包括在内,他们对一份工作说不,不是因为他们不想要,而是同时要顾及家庭会是分艰难。When that many talented, hard-working people are forced to choose between work and family, somethings wrong. 当大量有能力,肯付出的人被迫在工作和家庭之间做选择的时候,可定就有问题了。Other countries are making it easier for people to have both. 其它国家都在努力让人们更好坚固二者。We should too, if we want American businesses to compete and win in the global economy. 如果我们想要保持美国企业的竞争力,并在全球经济发展中胜出,我们也应该这么做。Family leave. Childcare. Flexibility. These arent frills-theyre basic needs.带薪产假,子女抚养,弹性工作时间。这些不是花架子,而是人们的基本需求。They shouldnt be bonuses-they should be the bottom line.这不应该是奖励,而应该是底线。The good news is, some businesses are embracing family-friendly policies, because they know its key to attracting and retaining talented employees.好消息是,有些企业正在向适合家庭工作制度方面转向,因为他们知道,吸引并留住高素质的员工至关重要。And Im going to keep highlighting the businesses that do.我将继续鼓励这些企业的做法。Because I take this personally.因为作为个人我认同这一点。I take it personally as the son and grandson of some strong women who worked hard to support my sister and me.两位坚强的女性努力工作抚养了我和我,作为儿子和孙子,我赞同这一点。As the husband of a brilliant woman who struggled to balance work and raising our young ladies when my job often kept me away.作为一位努力在工作和抚养我们的女儿们之间艰难平衡的杰出女性的丈夫,因为我的工作将我经常离开他们,我认同这些企业的做法。And as the father of two beautiful girls, whom I want to be there for as much as I possibly can-and whom I hope will be able to have families and careers of their own one day.作为两个漂亮姑娘的父亲,我想尽可能多的与她们呆在一起,希望能陪她们到她们自己成家立业的那一天。We know from our history that our economy grows best from the middle-out; that our country does better when everybody participates; when everyones talents are put to use; when we all have a fair shot.历史告诉我们,我们的经济在中产阶级壮大的时候发展的最好;我们的国家在所有人都积极参与建设的时候更强大;当每个人的才能都被发挥出来,当我们都有机会取得成功。Thats the America I believe in. Thats the America Ill keep fighting for every day.这才是我们希望中的美国。这也是我们每天都将为之奋斗的美国。Thanks, and have a great weekend.谢谢大家,祝你们周末愉快。201406/307831黔江区中医院治疗疤痕多少钱

重庆整形美容OK.So youre sitting with a question in front of you and youre unsure. You should guess improve.所以当你面前出现了一个问题而你不太确定时 你应该猜进步。Okay? Dont go for the worse.好吗?别选坏的那个。That will help you score better on our tests.这会帮助你在我们的测试中获得更高的分数。That was the first one.这是第一点。There are rich and poor and the gap is increasing.穷人和富人之间的贫富差距正在拉大。Its a terrible inequality.非常的不平等。Yeah, its an unequal world,but when you look at the data, its one hump.是的 这是个不平等的世界,但是当你对照数据时 会发现只有一个驼峰。Okay? If you feel unsure, go for the most people are in the middle.对吗? 所以如果你觉得不确定就选大部分人在中间。Thats going to help you get the answer right.这会帮助你正确的回答问题。Now, the next preconceived idea is first countries and people need to be very, very rich to get the social development like girls in school and be y for natural disasters.现在 下一个先入为主的观点是发达国家和人民需要在非常富裕的情况下社会才能得以发展。例如让女孩子上学或者抵御自然灾害。No, no, no. Thats wrong.不不不 这是错误的。Look: that huge hump in the middle aly have girls in school.看 处于中间的那一大块驼峰已经解决了女孩上学的问题。So if you are unsure, go for the the majority aly have this,like electricity and girls in school, these kinds of things.所以如果你不确定就选大部分已经实现了。例如电力,女性教育这一类的问题。Theyre only rules of thumb,so of course they dont apply to everything,but this is how you can generalize.这些只是指导意见,所以并不适用于所有情况。但这能帮你进行总结概括。Lets look at the last one.我们来看看最后一个。If something, yes, this is a good one,sharks are dangerous.如果有什么 没错 这张照片很赞鲨鱼很危险。No a well, yes, but they are not so important in the global statistics, that is what Im saying.其实不是 话虽不错 但是没那么严重。从全球的数据来看这是我想说的。I actually, Im very afraid of sharks.其实我本人非常害怕鲨鱼。So as soon as I see a question about things Im afraid of, which might be earthquakes, other religions,maybe Im afraid of terrorists or sharks.当我看到那些关于我所害怕的东西的提问时。比如地震,其他宗教。比如我害怕恐怖分子和鲨鱼。Anything that makes me feel,assume youre going to exaggerate the problem.任何让我感到害怕的东西。你很有可能会夸大问题的严重性。Thats a rule of thumb.这是指导意见之一。Of course there are dangerous things that are also great.当然有些危险的事物确实会造成严重的后果。Sharks kill very, very few. Thats how you should think.因鲨鱼致死的人非常少,这才是你应有的思维方式。With these four rules of thumb,you could probably answer better than the chimps,because the chimps cannot do this.有了以上四条技巧你很有可能会取得比黑猩猩更好的成绩,因为黑猩猩无法做到这些。They cannot generalize these kinds of rules.他们无法总结概括这些技巧。And hopefully we can turn your world around and were going to beat the chimps. Okay?希望我们能够改变你的世界。然后我们一起来打败黑猩猩好吗?201501/355798广安去除胎记多少钱 重庆中医院激光去红血丝多少钱

大坪医院激光去痘多少钱Thank you very much.Good afternoon.It’s wonderful to have so many of you here, in particular to see all of the kids who have been able to join us today.Thank you all for being here.Thank you first of all to my introducer.Joe is not just a great member of our team but you should know that he really took up the work that Jim Flaherty and I had begun.He has worked very hard for the last few months to really put together the comprehensive announcement we’re making today.He’s doing a terrific job, so give the Honourable Joe Oliver another big hand.Thank you to Stella and to Candice for keeping us on track.And I want to welcome all of our Members of Parliament, but in particular our host Julian Fantino.Please welcome all of the members today.And also let’s give our hosts here at the Lebovic Jewish Community Campus a big hand for hosting us for this great event.This is a wonderful facility.I have to say it’s just enormous.I’ve only seen a corner of it I think, but our Government is really proud to have helped support its construction.Ladies and gentlemen, let me just get into the announcement.And let me begin with this.You have heard me say this before.Strong families make a strong country.And our goal as a government has always been to make sure that Canada is the best country in the world in which to raise a family.That’s why we work hard to support families in so many ways.Today I want to talk to you specifically about how we can help families who are trying to make ends meet.We know that Canadians work hard for their money.We know that they work hard raising their families too.There’s childcare, the general expenses of family life, clothing, food, drug costs, extra school costs, dentists.And then there’s the extra activities, we talked about the baseball, the karate, the early mornings at the rink, the dance classes, and so on.There are so many worthwhile things for children to do nowadays.Our Government is utterly convinced of one thing.When it comes to the costs of raising a family, Canada’s moms and dads deserve all of the help that we can give them.That’s why, as soon as we came to office, our Government focused on family friendly measures.We lowered the GST for all families, for all consumers, by two percentage points.We introduced Tax-Free Savings Accounts.And it’s especially why, to help young families, we introduced the Universal Childcare Benefit.201506/379532 And along with all my other exterior choices, I worked on, what actors call, my interior adjustment. I adjusted my natural temperament which tends to be slightly bossy, a little opinionated, loud, a little loud full of pronouncements and high spirits, and I willfully cultivated softness, agreeableness, a breezy, natural sort of sweetness, even shyness if you will, which was very, very, very effective on the boys. But the girls didnt buy it. They didnt like me; they sniffed it out, the acting. And they were probably right, but I was committed. This was absolutely not a cynical exercise; this was a vestigial survival courtship skill. I was developing. And I reached a point senior year, when my adjustment felt like me. I had actually convinced myself that I was this person, pretty, talented, but not stuck-up. You know, a girl who laughed a lot at every stupid thing every boy said and who lowered her eyes at the right moment and deferred, who learned to defer when the boys took over the conversation. I really remember this so clearly and I could tell it was working, I was much less annoying to the guys than I had been. They liked me better and I like that. That was conscious but it was at the same time motivated and fully felt. This was real, real acting.在我对外部事物不断做出选择的时候,我也致力于调整内部状态,这一点也是演员们经常提及的。我开始调整我的内在个性,改变原来的跋扈、固执、大声讲话、喜欢下命令、训斥和心高气傲的个性,逐渐培养自己轻柔、亲和、语音甜美自然甚至害羞的小女生气质。这一招,如果你愿意用的话,对男孩子很奏效。但是女孩却不买账,她们不喜欢我,对我的娇柔做作嗤之以鼻,说我是在演戏。也许她们是对的,但我觉得我应该这么做。这不是开玩笑,我是在练习已经退化了的情场生存技巧。随着时光的流逝,我不断改变自己。到了高三,我真的成了我想象中的那个女孩,我说自己相信我就是那个漂亮、聪明、平易近人的女孩。她在男生讲各种蠢笑话时咯咯地笑,适时低下眼睛假装害羞;在男生高谈阔论的时候表现出顺从。这些事情仍记忆犹新,事实上,这个方法真的很有效。那些男生都因此更喜欢我,包括原来那些不喜欢我的,而我也乐得继续假装下去。这些都是有意识的假装,但是同时,我却被此激励鼓舞,并且感觉这确实是完全真实的表演。201403/279243南岸区人民医院社保卡大足区妇幼保健院去痘印多少钱



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