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2019年06月27日 03:49:14
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Now let me tell you that story.现在让我告诉你们那个故事吧。It started two years ago, when I hit my head and got a concussion.这得从两年前说起,当我头被撞后我得了脑震荡。The concussion didnt heal properly, and after 30 days,直到现在,脑震荡还没有痊愈。在那之后的30天后,I was left with symptoms like nonstop headaches, nausea, vertigo, memory loss, mental fog.后遗症是不停的头痛,恶心,眩晕,失忆,精神模糊。My doctor told me that in order to heal my brain, I had to rest it.我的医生告诉我为了使我的大脑痊愈,我不得不让它休息。So I had to avoid everything that triggered my symptoms.所以,我不得不避免接触可以导致那些后遗症在的事。For me that meant no ing, no writing, no games, no work or email, no running, no alcohol, no caffeine.对我来着意味着,不看书,不写东西,不打,不能工作和写邮件,不可以跑步,不能喝酒,不可以吃有咖啡因的东西。In other words — and I think you see where this is going — no reason to live.换句话说,你应该知道我将要到了什么境地了--再没有理由继续活下去。Of course its meant to be funny, but in all seriousness, suicidal ideation is quite common with traumatic brain injuries.当然,这听起来有点好笑,但是老实说,自杀的想法是十分的普遍的被大脑受伤后的精神创伤影响着的。It happens to one in three, and it happened to me.三个当中有一个中招,我就是其中一个。My brain started telling me, ;Jane, you want to die.; It said, ;Youre never going to get better.;我的大脑告诉我,Jane, 你想死。你将再也好不起来了。It said, ;The pain will never end.;还说,疼痛恶魔会一直纠缠你不放。And these voices became so persistent and so persuasive that I started to legitimately fear for my life,这些话开始持续不停,并且越来越有说力,我开始很合理地对生命有了恐惧,which is the time that I said to myself after 34 days — and I will never forget this moment在34天之后那时我对自己说,我一直都忘记不了当时的情形,I said, ;I am either going to kill myself or Im going to turn this into a game.;我说,我要么自杀,要么就就把它变成一场游戏。Now, why a game? I knew from researching the psychology of games for more than a decade that when we play a game就现在而言,为什么是游戏? 我知道打游戏心里学的研究已经有10多年了,and this is in the scientific literature这是个科学的话题,we tackle tough challenges with more creativity, more determination, more optimism,当我们打游戏时候,我们用更多的的创作力、毅力和积极的心态去战胜棘手的困难。and were more likely to reach out to others for help.我们会更可能去从别人那里找援助。I wanted to bring these gamer traits to my real-life challenge,我想把我的这些好的游戏品质带到现实的困境中。so I created a role-playing recovery game called Jane the Concussion Slayer.于是我设计了一个树立榜样康复游戏,叫Jane脑震荡杀手。201706/513404宜昌猇亭区人民中妇幼保健医院泌尿外科宜昌哪家生殖医院好Its been less than a week since the deadliest mass shooting in American history. And foremost in all of our minds has been the loss and the grief felt by the people of Orlando, especially our friends who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. I visited with the families of many of the victims on Thursday. And one thing I told them is that theyre not alone. The American people, and people all over the world, are standing with them – and we always will. The investigation is ongoing, but we know that the killer was an angry and disturbed individual who took in extremist information and propaganda over the Internet, and became radicalized. During his killing spree, he pledged allegiance to ISIL, a group thats called on people around the world to attack innocent civilians. We are and we will keep doing everything in our power to stop these kinds of attacks, and to ultimately destroy ISIL. The extraordinary people in our intelligence, military, homeland security, and law enforcement communities have aly prevented many attacks, saved many lives, and we wont let up. Alongside the stories of bravery and healing and coming together over the past week, weve also seen a renewed focus on reducing gun violence. As I said a few days ago, being tough on terrorism requires more than talk. Being tough on terrorism, particularly the sorts of homegrown terrorism that weve seen now in Orlando and San Bernardino, means making it harder for people who want to kill Americans to get their hands on assault weapons that are capable of killing dozens of innocents as quickly as possible. Thats something Ill continue to talk about in the weeks ahead. Its also part of something that Ive been thinking a lot about this week – and thats the responsibilities we have to each other. Thats certainly true with Fathers Day upon us. I grew up without my father around. While I wonder what my life would have been like if he had been a greater presence, Ive also tried extra hard to be a good dad for my own daughters. Like all dads, I worry about my girls safety all the time. Especially when we see preventable violence in places our sons and daughters go every day – their schools and houses of worship, movie theaters, nightclubs, as they get older. Its unconscionable that we allow easy access to weapons of war in these places – and then, even after we see parents grieve for their children, the fact that we as a country do nothing to prevent the next heartbreak makes no sense. So this past week, Ive also thought a lot about dads and moms around the country whove had to explain to their children what happened in Orlando. Time and again, weve observed moments of silence for victims of terror and gun violence. Too often, those moments have been followed by months of silence. By inaction that is simply inexcusable. If were going to raise our kids in a safer, more loving world, we need to speak up for it. We need our kids to hear us speak up about the risks guns pose to our communities, and against a status quo that doesnt make sense. They need to hear us say these things even when those who disagree are loud and are powerful. We need our kids to hear from us why tolerance and equality matter – about the times their absence has scarred our history and how greater understanding will better the future they will inherit. We need our kids to hear our words – and also see us live our own lives with love. And we cant forget our responsibility to remind our kids of the role models whose light shines through in times of darkness. The police and first responders, the lifesaving bystanders and blood donors. Those who comfort mourners and visit the wounded. The victims whose last acts on this earth helped others to safety. Theyre not just role models for our kids – their actions are examples for all of us. To be a parent is to come to realize not everything is in our control. But as parents, we should remember theres one responsibility thats always in our power to fulfill: our obligation to give our children unconditional love and support; to show them the difference between right and wrong; to teach them to love, not to hate; and to appreciate our differences not as something to fear, but as a great gift to cherish. To me, fatherhood means being there. So in the days ahead, lets be there for each other. Lets be there for our families, and for those that are hurting. Lets come together in our communities and as a country. And lets never forget how much good we can achieve simply by loving one another. Happy Fathers Day to all the dads out there, and have a great weekend.201607/453366宜昌市中心人民医院男性专科

湖北省宜昌看男科好吗宜昌男性尿道炎治疗医院Do we want a future where inequality rises as union membership keeps falling我们期待的未来,是不平等增加而工会成员不断减少,or one where wages are rising for everybody and workers have a say in their prospects?还是每个人工资不断增加而工人对他们的前景有发言权?Are we a people who just talk about family values while remaining the only developed nation that doesnt offer its workers paid maternity leave谈到家庭价值观,我们是做发达国家中唯一不享有带薪产假的员工,or are we a people who actually value families, and make paid leave an economic priority for working parents?还是做真正重视家庭,享有带薪探亲假有经济实力的家长?These are the kinds of choices in front of us.这些都是我们面前的选择。And if were going to restore the sense that hard work is rewarded with a fair shot to get ahead,如果我们要找回努力工作就能获得公平回报这个感觉,were going to have to follow the lead of all those who came before us.就必须遵循前面所有那些指引。That means standing up not just for ourselves,这意味着站出来不只是为我们自己,but for the father clocking into the plant, the sales clerk working long and unpredictable hours,还为父亲,打卡进厂做销售,工时长而不确定;or the mother riding the bus to work across town, even on Labor Day – folks who work as hard as we do.或为母亲,乘坐巴士穿过闹市去上班,以及在劳工节仍与我们一样辛勤工作的人们。And it means exercising our rights to speak up in the workplace, to join a union, and above all, to vote.这意味着我们有权在工作场所呐喊,有权加入工会,尤其是有投票权。Thats the legacy we celebrate on Labor Day.这是我们展示的劳工节的财富。And Im confident that thats the legacy that well build upon in the years ahead.我相信这是我们未来几年将确定的财富。Thanks everybody. Happy Labor Day. Enjoy the long weekend.谢谢大家。劳工节快乐。周末长假愉快。201609/467098Nothing can elicit an emotional response --任何事物都无法像人体一样from joy to complete disgust -- more than the human body.表达诸多情感--从快乐到厌恶至极。And today, artists armed with that emotion,当今,艺术家正运用这一情感,are grasping anatomy from the medical world,带着解剖学从医学走出来,and are reinvigorating it through art in the most imaginative ways.通过艺术的无限想象力让解剖学焕然一新。A perfect example of this is Spanish contemporary artist Fernando Vicente.一个典型的例子是西班牙当代艺术家费尔南多·韦森特。He takes 19th century anatomical illustrations of the male body他将一副19世纪男性解剖插画and envelops them in a female sensuality.用女性的感性重新呈现。The women in his paintings taunt us to view beyond their surface anatomy,画中的女性迫使我们揭开表皮一探究竟,thereby introducing a strong femininity that was previously lacking in the history of anatomical representation.透着一股浓郁的女性气质,在以前的解剖表现手法中前所未见。Artistry can also be seen in the repair and recovery of the human body.艺术技巧还能体现在人体修复上。This is an X-ray of a woman who fractured and dislocated her ankle in a roller-skating accident.这张X光片的主人是位女性,轮滑时摔伤,导致踝关节骨折错位,As a tribute to her trauma,为了纪念这场灾难,she commissioned Montreal-based architect Federico Carbajal to construct a wire sculpture of her damaged lower leg.她请求蒙特利尔建筑师费德里科·卡瓦哈尔用金属丝给她受伤的小腿做雕塑。Now, notice those bright red screws magnified in the sculpture.请注意这些放大的红色螺丝钉,These are the actual surgical screws used in reconstructing her ankle.那都是脚踝重塑手术中使用过的医用螺丝钉。Its medical hardware thats been repurposed as art.医疗器械在艺术中被重现了。201704/504267宜昌市中医医院男性专科宜昌医院早泄

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