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重庆大坪医院阴道宫颈炎重庆市爱德华医院看前列腺炎好吗Hi, everybody. For decades, too many working Americans went without the security of health insurance – and their financial well-being suffered because of it. Weve begun to change that. As the Affordable Care Act has taken effect, weve covered 17.6 million Americans. Since 2010, the uninsured rate has decreased by 45%. And for the first time, more than 90% of Americans are covered. If you havent gotten covered yet, or if you care about someone who hasnt gotten covered yet, nows your chance. Its open enrollment season for the Health Insurance Marketplace. What that means is, with a few clicks on HealthCare.gov, youll find private insurance companies competing for your business. You can compare plans and choose the one thats right for your family. In fact, most Americans will find an option that costs less than a month. Even if you aly have insurance through the Marketplace, check it out. Shopping around can save you a lot of money – last year, consumers who shopped saved almost 0. Take the story of a man named Phil Viso, who emailed me earlier this year. Phils a software developer from my hometown of Chicago. Last winter, he had an idea for a new app and decided to start his own company. And that can be pretty scary when you need to get your own health insurance. But Phil logged on to HealthCare.gov, answered a few questions, picked a plan, and even found out he was eligible for a tax credit that saved him money. Heres what he wrote: ;Im still sort of in shock about how great the experience of signing up for health care was…I will have a lot to worry about over the course of the year as I try to get my app released, but thankfully, good health care will not be one of those worries.; After he sent me that email, Phil ended up getting a new and better job anyway. But thats the whole point of health insurance, peace of mind. And under the Affordable Care Act, if you want to change jobs, go back to school, or chase that new idea, you can do it without worrying about going broke if you get sick. If youve got a pre-existing condition – diabetes or cancer or heartburn or a heart attack – you can no longer be charged more or denied coverage. You can no longer be charged more just for being a woman. And preventive care like checkups and immunizations now come with no additional out-of-pocket costs. What were talking about is no longer just a law, and its certainly not the myths and scare tactics that the cynics have peddled our way for years. This is reality. This is health care in America. And the bottom line is, Americans like it. Theyre happy with their plans and they are happy with their premiums. So join them. Give it a shot. Check out HealthCare.gov, CuidadoDeSalud.gov, or call 1-800-318-2596 to find a plan thats right for you or someone you care about. And by the way – if you live in one of the 20 cities participating in our Healthy Communities Challenge, I want to see how many of your neighbors you can get signed up. Ill come visit the city that enrolls the highest percentage of folks who arent covered right now. Thats a promise. After all, this country is at its best when we look out for each other. And together, we can help more Americans get the security that they and their families deserve. Thanks, everybody. Have a great weekend.201511/408863重庆孕前检查需要多少钱 Now, I told you, my mother,she was ruthlessly realistic. 我之前讲过,我的母亲,是不折不扣的现实主义者。She was an unbelievable role model.她是一个不可思议的榜样。She was the kind of person who got to be the way she was because she was a single mom with six kids in Chicago.为现实所迫,她不得不以身作则,树立榜样,因为她是芝加哥的六个孩子的单亲母亲,She was in the real estate business,where she worked extraordinarily hard but oftentimes had a hard time making ends meet. 在房地产行业工作,任劳任怨,不辞辛劳,却依然食不果腹,捉襟见肘。And that meant sometimes we got our phone disconnected,or our lights turned off,or we got evicted. 这意味着有时电话信号会中断,灯不得不长闭,或者被驱逐出门。When we got evicted, sometimes we lived in these small apartments that she owned,sometimes in only one or two rooms,because they werent completed,and we would heat our bathwater on hot plates. 我们被驱逐出门后,有时会住在母亲名下的几个小公寓,有时只有一个或两个房间,因为公寓简陋,我们都能听见洗澡水滴落在电热板上的声音。But she never gave up hope, ever,and she never allowed us to give up hope either. 但她从没有放弃过希望,从没有,而且她也从来都不允许我们放弃希望。This brutal pragmatism that she had,I mean, I was four and she told me,Mommy is Santa.她秉持根深蒂固的务实精神,我的意思是,当我四岁时她对我说,妈咪是圣诞老人She was this brutal pragmatism.她就是这么务实。She taught me so many lessons,but the most important lesson was that every single day she told me,Mellody, you can be anything. 她言传身教,循循善诱,但让我记忆最深的,还是那句她每天都会对我说的,麦勒迪,你的未来有无限可能。And because of those words,I would wake up at the crack of dawn,and because of those words,I would love school more than anything,and because of those words, when I was on a bus going to school, I dreamed the biggest dreams. 正因为母亲的话语,我才会在黎明前就告别梦乡;正因为母亲的话语,我才会把学校当作最爱;正因为母亲的话语,我才会在乘车去学校的路上,怀揣最远大的梦想;And its because of those words that I stand here right now full of passion,asking you to be brave for the kids who are dreaming those dreams today.正因为母亲的话语,我才会满怀地站在这里,呼吁你们勇敢面对肤色,为了那些拥有梦想的孩子You see, I want them to look at a CEO on television and say, I can be like her,or, He looks like me.我希望这些孩子们在看到电视里的CEO时会说,有朝一日我会成为像她那样的人。或说,他看起来跟我很像。And I want them to know that anything is possible,that they can achieve the highest level that they ever imagined,that they will be welcome in any corporate boardroom,or they can lead any company. 我想让他们知道,一切都是有可能的,可以实现想象到的最宏伟的目标,走入任何一家企业的办公室,都会受到欢迎,他们也可以领导任何公司。You see this idea of being the land of the free and the home of the brave,its woven into the fabric of America.你们知道,自由之地和勇者之家的理念是美利坚合众国民族的脊梁,America, when we have a challenge,we take it head on, we dont shrink away from it.在美国,当我们面临挑战,我们要迎难而上,而不是畏首畏脚。We take a stand. We show courage.我们要表明立场,展现出勇气。So right now, what Im asking you to do,Im asking you to show courage. 现在,我希望大家去做的是请你们展现出勇气,Im asking you to be bold.请你们勇敢。As business leaders, Im asking you not to leave anything on the table.作为商界领袖,我会请你们不要在桌子上落下东西。As citizens, Im asking you not to leave any child behind.作为公民,我请你们不要让任何孩子落下,Im asking you not to be color blind,but to be color brave,so that every child knows that their future matters and their dreams are possible. 我请你们不要无视肤色,而是要勇敢地面对差异,这样,每一个孩子都会知道他们的未来事关重大,他们的梦想可以实现。Thank you.谢谢。Thank you. Thanks. Thanks.谢谢。谢谢。谢谢。201507/383747Exactly 30 minutes into the problem-solving the researchers interrupted each group 在他们开始解决问题30分钟时 研究人员们会打断各组 They entered the room bearing a plate of cookies. Four cookies 他们会拿着一盘饼干进入房间 The team consisted of three people and there were these four cookies 总共四块 小组里有三个人 但却有四块饼干 Every team member obviously got one cookie but that left a fourth cookie, just sitting there 显然每个成员分到了一块 但还剩下第四块放在那儿 It should have been awkward. But it wasnt 这本应该是个尴尬的处境 但事实并非如此 With incredible consistency the person arbitrarily appointed leader of the group grabbed the fourth cookie, and ate it 每个组的表现难以置信的一致 那个被随机任命做组长的人 拿了第四块饼干 并把它吃了 Not only ate it, but ate it with gusto lips smacking, mouth open, drool at the corners of their mouths 不仅吃了 而且吃的津津有味咂咂做响 大嚼特嚼 口水横流 In the end all that was left of the extra cookie were crumbs on the leaders shirt 最后那块饼干剩下的 只有组长衣领上的饼干渣了 So this leader had performed no special task 这位组长没有任何丰功伟绩 He had no special virtue 也没有过人的美德 Hed been chosen at random, 30 minutes earlier 他只是30分钟前随机被选的 His status was nothing but luck 他的身份除了运气什么都没有 But it still left him with the sense that the cookie should be his 但他仍然觉得饼干应该是他的 This experiment helps to explain Wall Street bonuses and CEO pay and Im sure lots of other human behavior 这个实验有助于解释华尔街的奖金和CEO薪酬 我也确信它还可以解释很多人类行为 This is how people behave when they blind there luck 这就是人们掩盖他们的幸运所做出的表现 But it also is relevant to you to new graduates of Princeton University 但它同时也和普林斯顿大学的 新毕业生有关 Because in a general sort of way 通过某种一般性的方式 you have been appointed the leader of the group 你已被任命为小组领袖 Your appointment may not be entirely arbitrary 你的任命不一定是完全随机的 But you must sense its arbitrary aspect you are the lucky few 但你必须意识到它的随机的那一面 你们是少数的幸运儿 Lucky in your parents lucky in your country lucky that a place like Princeton exists 幸运在于你有这样的父母 幸运在于你有这样的国家 幸运在于有普林斯顿这样的地方 that can take in lucky people introduce them to other lucky people and increase their chances of becoming even luckier 专门吸引幸运的人 把他们介绍给其他幸运的人 并增加他们更加幸运的机会 Lucky that you live in the richest society the world has ever seen in a time when no one actually expects you to sacrifice your interests to anything 幸运在于你正处于世界历史上最富饶的社会 处于一个没有人会要求你为任何事 牺牲自己的利益的时代 All of you have been faced with the extra cookie 你们都面对着那块多出来的饼干 All of you will be faced with many more of them 你们也将面对更多 In time you will find it easy to assume that you deserve the extra cookie 随着时间的推移 你会发现你很容易觉得 你本来就配得那块多出来的饼干 For all I know, you may deserve the extra cookie 就我所知 你可以这样认为 But youll be happier, and the world will be better off if you at least pretend that you dont 但你可以更快乐 这个世界也可以变得更美好 如果你能够至少假装你不配 So never forget, In the nations service 永远不要忘记 为国效力 In the service of all nations 为万国效力 Thank you. And good luck 谢谢 祝你们好运 201508/394164九龙坡南岸区妇产科医院哪家好

梁平城口丰都县顺产哪家医院好重医大附一院阴道宫颈炎 His name is Lonnie Hodge, and hes a veteran of Vietnam.他的名字叫朗尼?何举, 他是越南战争回来的老兵。When he returned, he started working with survivors of genocide and a lot of people who had gone through war trauma.他回来后开始跟种族屠杀幸存者和其他有战争创伤的人一起工作。And he had PTSD and also a fear of heights, because in Vietnam, he had been rappelling backwards out of helicopters over the skids.他有战后创伤症候群并且他还恐高,因为在越南,他经常从直升机上反向绕绳下降。And he was givena service dog named Gander, a labradoodle,to help him with PTSD and his fear of heights.然后他就有了只务犬叫甘德,一只拉布拉多贵宾犬帮助他克创伤后遗症和恐高。This is them actually on the first day that they met,which is amazing, and since then,theyve spent a lot of time together visiting with other veterans suffering from similar issues.这是它们第一次碰面,非常愉快,从那以后他们会花很多时间拜访其他有相同问题的老兵。But whats so interesting to me about Lonnie and Ganders relationship is about a few months in,Gander actually developed a fear of heights,probably because he was watching Lonnie so closely.但引起我兴趣的是 朗尼和甘德的关系。在认识几个月后,甘德开始恐高,可能是因为他近距离观察了朗尼。Whats pretty great about this, though, is that hes still a fantastic service dog, because now, when theyre both at a great height, Lonnie is so concerned with Ganders well-being这很了不起,它还是只很赞的务犬,因为现在,如果他们同时站在高处朗尼因为过于担心甘德的安全。that he forgets to be scared of the heights himself.甚至忘记了自己恐高。Since Ive spent so much time with these stories,digging into archives,I literally spent years doing this research,and its changed me.自从我花这么多时间在这些故事上,钻研归档,我花了很多年来做这份研究,这真的改变了我。。I no longer look at animals at the species level.我再也不会从物种层面来看动物。I look at them as individuals, and I think about them as creatures with their own individual weather systems guiding their behavior and informing how they respond to the world.我把它们看成独立的个体然后待它们为有独立内在系统的生物引领着它们的行为,告知它们如何回应这世界。And I really believe that this has made me a more curious and a more empathetic person, both to the animals that share my bed我相信这让我变成了一个更好奇、更赋有同情心的人,不管是跟我睡一张床。And occasionally wind up on my plate,but also to the people that I know who are suffering from anxiety and from phobias and all manner of other things.偶尔还跟我抢饭的动物还是我认识的。有焦躁症、恐惧症、或者其他病症的人们。And I really do believe that even though you cant know exactly whats going on in the mind of a pig.我真的相信就算你不可能明确了解一只猪、哈巴或是你伴侣的。or your pug or your partner, that that shouldnt stop you from empathizing with them.脑子里到底在想什么,这也不应该阻止你理解他们。The best thing that we could do for our loved ones is, perhaps, to anthropomorphize them.我们给所爱对象最好的礼物也许就是拟人化他们。Charles Darwins father once told him that everybody could lose their mind at some point.查尔斯·达尔文的父亲曾告诉他所有人都可能在某一刻失去理智,。Thankfully, we can often find them again,but only with each others help. 值得感激的是,我们常常能找回理智,但需要彼此的帮助。201412/350504重庆市第八人民医院做孕检多少钱

重庆市爱德华输卵管再通术多少钱And I was telling them, well, its very simple, my mom went here 我回答说 很简单 因为我妈是那毕业的My mom went to USC 我妈读的就是南加大She started here in 1957 她1957年入学Class of 1961, Joelle Benioff, stand up, right here 1961年毕业 乔艾尔·贝尼奥夫 请起立Mom knows best 妈妈最了解了Congratulations to all these parents of graduates of the class of 2014 祝贺所有2014届毕业生的家长Congratulations to all these great parents 这些家长都很棒Congratulations to my mother 包括我母亲You know I really loved it here at USC 我很热爱南加大I always love being here. I always love being here on this beautiful campus 我很喜欢来这里 来到这个美丽的校园I always love the incredible student body. I always love 我很喜欢这个美妙的学生群体Going out to the all various athletic games 我很喜欢这里的各类体育活动I love being in the fraternity lifestyle 我很喜欢这里的兄弟会生活方式Its fantastic. I love my Marshall School of Business, my entrepreneur program 这很美妙 我很喜欢我的马歇尔商学院及我的企业家项目I love all the great musical programs and dance programs and all the great 我很喜欢这里伟大的音乐和舞蹈活动Things we have at USC that make is so special and unique 这些都让南加大如此特别And Ill tell you I love the student body here 我很喜欢这里的学生群体I love the diversity of it 我喜欢它的多样性I love the meritocracy of it 我喜欢它的优秀I love the spirituality of it 我喜欢它的精神I love that at USC, we have more Catholics than at Notre Dame 我喜欢南加大比圣母大学的天主教徒更多Which I think is a college in the Midwest. Is that right, Max? 我记得圣母大学是中西部的一所大学 对吗 麦克斯And we have more Jews here than Brandeis 这里的犹太教徒也比布兰代斯大学多We have more Hindus than any other university in this great country of ours 这里的印度教徒也比其它大学都多And there is a lot of people like me 肯定有很多人都和我一样Who are just grateful to God for this glorious day 因为这个美妙的今天 对上苍充满了感激201601/422566 PRESIDENT OBAMA: Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you so much. Hello, Estonia! Tere Eesti! Thank you, Oskar, for your wonderful introduction and for representing the talent and the energy and the optimism of today’s Estonia, especially its young people. And Oskar is sitting next to his father, and his father and I agree that we’re getting gray, so we have to make sure that somebody is coming up behind us. Please give Oskar a big round of applause for the great job that he did. (Applause.)To President Ilves and distinguished guests, to the people of Estonia -- it is a great pleasure to be with you in this historic city, in this beautiful land. I thank you for the incredible hospitality that you’ve shown me today. I understand the weather is always like this. (Laughter.) My only regret is that I missed this summer’s Laulupidu. And I’ll try to come back next time and catch it. I bring with me the friendship of the American people, and I am honored to be the first President of the ed States to deliver an address like this to the people of Estonia.I just had the opportunity to meet once again with the presidents of all the Baltic states, and I thank the presidents of Latvia and Lithuania for being here. We’re joined by friends from throughout the region. And I want to say a special welcome to everyone watching this out in Freedom Square. And I’m especially pleased to see so many young people here today. Because, like Oskar, you are fulfilling the dream that your parents and grandparents struggled for but could only imagine -- and that is living your lives in free and independent and democratic Baltic nations.That dream of freedom endured through centuries of occupation and oppression. It blossomed into independence, only to have it stolen by foreign pacts and secret protocols. It survived the mass deportations that ripped parents from their children. It was defended by Forest Brothers in their resistance and sustained by poets and authors who kept alive your languages and cultures. And here in Estonia, it was a dream that found its most eloquent expression in your voices -- on a grassy field not far from here, when Estonians found the courage to stand up against an empire and sing “land of my fathers, land that I love.” And Heinz Valk, who is here today, spoke for the entire Singing Revolution when he said, “One day, no matter what, we will win!” (Applause.) And then, exactly 25 years ago, people across the Baltics came together in one of the greatest displays of freedom and non-violent resistance that the world has ever seen. On that August evening, perhaps two million people stepped out of their homes and joined hands -- a human chain of freedom, the Baltic Way. And they stretched down highways and across farmlands, from Tallinn to Riga to Vilnius. They lit candles and they sang anthems. Old men and women brought out their flags of independence. And young parents brought their children to teach them that when ordinary people stand together, great change is possible. Here in Estonia, when people joined the line, the password was “freedom.” As one man said that day, “The Berlin Wall is made of brick and concrete. Our wall is stronger.” And it was.Within months, that wall in Berlin was pushed open. The next year, the Baltic peoples finally voted in elections. And when the forces of the past made their last grab for power, you stood up. Lithuanians faced down tanks. Latvians manned barricades. Here in Tallinn, citizens rushed to the TV tower to defend the airwaves of democracy. You won. You reclaimed your countries. And in your new constitution you declared, “The independence and sovereignty of Estonia are timeless and inalienable.” But the people of the Baltic nations also knew that freedom needs a foundation of security. So you reached out to join the NATO Alliance. And we were proud to welcome you as new allies, so that those words of your constitution -- your timeless independence -- will always be guaranteed by the strongest military alliance the world has ever known. Today, people working to build their own democracies -- from Kyiv to Tunis -- look to you for inspiration. Your experience cautions that progress is neither easy nor quick. Here in the Baltics, after decades of authoritarian rule, the habits of democracy had to be learned. The institutions of good governance had to be built. Economies had to be reformed. Foreign forces had to be removed from your territory.And transitions of this magnitude are daunting for any nation. But the Baltics show the world what’s possible when free peoples come together for the change that they seek. And in that great contest of ideas -- between freedom and authoritarianism, between liberty and oppression -- your success proves, like that human chain 25 years ago, that our way will always be stronger.We’re stronger because we’re democracies. We’re not afraid of free and fair elections, because true legitimacy can only come from one source -- and that is the people. We’re not afraid of an independent judiciary, because no one is above the law. We’re not afraid of a free press or vibrant debate or a strong civil society, because leaders must be held accountable. We’re not afraid to let our young people go online to learn and discover and organize, because we know that countries are more successful when citizens are free to think for themselves.We’re stronger because we embrace open economies. Look at the evidence. Here in Estonia, we see the success of free markets, integration with Europe, taking on tough reforms. You’ve become one of the most wired countries on Earth -- a global leader in e-government and high-tech start-ups. The entrepreneurial spirit of the Estonian people has been unleashed, and your innovations, like Skype, are transforming the world.And we’re stronger because we stand together. This year we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Baltics in NATO. A decade ago, skeptics wondered whether your countries were up to the task. And today, they need only look at our training exercises, where our troops grow even stronger together, shoulder to shoulder. They can look at Afghanistan, where our forces have sacrificed together to keep us safe -- and where, in just three months, the largest operation in NATO history will come to an end, as planned. There’s no doubt the Baltics have made our alliance stronger.And your progress reflects a larger truth: Because of the work of generations, because we’ve stood together in a great alliance, because people across this continent have forged a European Union dedicated to cooperation and peace, we have made historic progress toward the vision we share -- a Europe that is whole and free and at peace.And yet, as we gather here today, we know that this vision is threatened by Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. It is a brazen assault on the territorial integrity of Ukraine -- a sovereign and independent European nation. It challenges that most basic of principles of our international system -- that borders cannot be redrawn at the barrel of a gun; that nations have the right to determine their own future. It undermines an international order where the rights of peoples and nations are upheld and can’t simply be taken away by brute force. This is what’s at stake in Ukraine. This is why we stand with the people of Ukraine today. (Applause.)201504/370263重庆宫颈糜烂医生北碚渝北区输卵管再通术哪家医院最好的



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