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固原市人民医院男科咨询固原协和男科医院男科专家固原中医院割包皮多少钱 5.Using Social Media5.使用社交媒体Today, it seems like the entire world lives and breathes social media. Facebook has so many users that if the website was a country, it#39;d have a population slightly larger than China. Twitter is ubiquitous among journalists. Just about every teen on Earth uses Whatsapp or Snapchat.今天,社交媒体看起来就好像整个世界的生命和呼吸。脸书有很多的用户,如果网络是一个国家的话,那么它会是一个人口略超过中国的大国。在新闻记者中推特无处不在。地球上几乎所有的青少年都在使用Whatsapp或Snapchat。Yet social media#39;s popularity masks a disturbing trend. Young adults and teens who use social media a lot are significantly more-likely to experience crippling depression.然而,社交媒体的普及掩盖了一个令人不安的趋势。许多使用社交媒体的青年人和青少年明显更有可能患上严重的抑郁症。Of course, this is a chicken and egg thing. Are social media users depressed because they use social media, or are they turning to Facebook because they are depressed? No-one can say for sure at the moment, but researchers have their suspicions. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine#39;s Lui yi Lin recently published one of the most wide-ranging papers on the phenomenon ever, and has identified multiple ways social media could be the cause of depression. These included young adults comparing themselves negatively to others on Facebook, indulging in procrastination, and being exposed to cyberbullying. While we#39;re on the subject…当然,这就是一个鸡和鸡蛋的问题。是因为使用社交媒体才使用户情绪低落,还是因为用户情绪低落才转向脸书?目前没有人能肯定地回答,但研究人员却有自己的猜测。匹兹堡大学医学院的吕逸林最近发表了一篇有关这一现象的最为广泛的论文,并从多个方面说明社交媒体可能导致抑郁症。这都包括青年人在脸书上与其他人对比比较自负、沉迷于拖延、受到网络欺凌。尽管我们在谈论这一话题……4.Comparing Your Life to Others#39;4.攀比Comparing our situation to that of others has been a useful tool in human history. It#39;s why you don#39;t spend your days doffing your cap to the king – at some point in the past, someone looked at a royal and thought #39;this dude#39;s no better than me.#39;在人类历史上,我们将自身情况和其他人进行比较是很有用的方法。这就是为什么你不会花费几天时间对国王脱下你的帽子——在过去,有些人看见皇家,会认为“这家伙并不比我好”。Unfortunately, the modern world is forever ramming other people#39;s lives down our throats. And we don#39;t get to see a whole, or even a semi-complete, picture. Instead we see a super-sanitized version that makes everyone look like they all have the coolest lives ever. And it#39;s driving us crazy.不幸的是,现实世界里永远都是我们的声音扰乱着其他人的生活。我们并没有看到成品,甚至是半成品图片。相反,我们看见的是一个过度净化的样式,它让每个人看起来都像是有过最炫酷的生活。这快把我们逼疯了。In a world of Facebook and having to project a #39;brand image#39; of yourself 24/7, people are naturally putting all their best moments online. That almost certainly includes you. However, everyone else is then seeing these #39;best of#39; moments and assuming the rest of the world is living some fairytale dream that#39;s been denied to them. This almost certainly includes you, too. We don#39;t see our peers#39; vanishing promotion prospects, their unhappy relationships, their crushed dreams. We see their high-paying job, their loving family, their dream holiday. And we hate them for it. Worse still, we compare what we have to this impossible ideal and kind of hate ourselves, too.在脸书的世界中,人们会一整天的突显自己的“品牌形象”,他们会在线记录下所以最美好的时光。这其中肯定包括你。不管如何,其他人会看见这些“最美好”的时光,设想的这些其余世界童话般的生活抛弃了他们。这其中肯定也包括了你。我们没有看到同龄人失去的晋升机会、不愉快的人际关系和破碎的梦想。我们看到的只有他们的高薪工作、甜蜜的家庭和理想假期。我们憎恨他们。更糟糕的是,我们和这些现在不可能拥有的理想进行比较后,对自己也产生一种怨恨。This #39;grass is always greener#39; anxiety has been around forever, of course. But now it#39;s punching us in the face, every hour of every day, every time we go online. And it might just be leading to a global crisis of depression.“这山望着那山高”的忧虑一直围绕在身边,这当然没什么。但是现在每天的每个小时里,每一次我们上网的时候,情绪都会在我们脸上显现。也许攀比有可能会导致全球性的抑郁危机。3.Posting Photos Online3.在线上传照片Interestingly, it seems most of us are intellectually aware that our peers#39; online image is carefully cultivated, even if our gut reaction is to feel miserable seeing it. We know this because studies have shown we have a very specific reaction to people who put pictures up online of their lives and what they#39;re doing. We absolutely hate their guts.比较有趣的是,我们大多数人似乎都理智的知道同龄人在线的形象都很谨慎有教养得,哪怕我们看见他的直觉反应是很不舒。我们通过研究发现我们对于人们把他们的生活和正在做什么事情的照片上传到网上会有一个非常显著的反应。我们绝对对他们恨之入骨。Back in 2013, a joint study by several UK universities found that #39;oversharing#39; on Facebook caused people to alienate some friends and lose others entirely. It basically comes back to what we were saying in the last point: your awesome holiday photos make your ordinary life seem like the most-amazing life ever. This inspires a gut reaction in all but your closest friends and family, who feel pangs of jealousy at your rainbows-and-unicorn-blessed life. Even though they know you#39;re crafting an image, they like you slightly-less for making them feel that way regardless. Over time, this can grow into real resentment.早在2013年,由英国的几所大学联合的一项研究发现,在脸书上“过度分享”会导致人们疏远一些朋友,或彻底断绝联系。这基本上回到我们所说的那个点上:你那超棒的假期照片让你的平凡生活看起来就像超级精的人生。但这会激发你所以的最亲密朋友和家庭的本能反应,他们会对你的灿烂幸福生活产生一丝丝嫉妒。即使他们知道你是展现一个各具特色的形象,但是他们只会喜欢你使用一些不那么让他们有这种感觉的方式。随着时间的推移,这也许会变成真正的怨恨。The irony is, those same people feeling resentful are likely posting the same photos anyway. By this point, we pretty much all do it. This creates a never-ending cycle of jealously and resentment that#39;ll probably never end.讽刺的是,同样一些人可能会因为不满而发布相类似的照片。说到这一点,我们每个人几乎都有这样做过。这将会形成一个可能永远都不会结束的无休止的嫉妒和怨恨的循环模式。2.Telling White Lies2.善意的谎言Picture the scene: your girlfriend/boyfriend/significant other has just bought a new dress/pair of skinny jeans. They try them on and ask you ;does my butt look big in this?; What do you say?画面场景:你的女朋友/男朋友/重要的人刚刚买了一件新的连衣裙/一双紧身牛仔裤。他们试穿后问你“我的臀部看起来大吗?”你会怎么说?If your answer was along the lines of ;no way, hot stuff! Your butt is perfect,; then congratulations. You still have a partner. But not everyone would agree you did the right thing by telling that little white lie. In fact, neuroscientist Sam Harris would argue that, by not telling the truth, you#39;re setting your partner up for a hideous fall.假如你回答“没问题,亲爱的,你的臀部非常完美”,那么恭喜你。你们仍然是伙伴。但并不是每个人都认为你这样说善意谎言的做法是对的。事实上,神经学家萨姆·哈里斯认为,不讲实话,你可能会给你的同伴之后的经历留下阴影。In his 2013 book Lying, Harris argued that white lies deny our loved ones ;access to reality.; This causes them to act on false information (like going out in a pair of tight shorts that really don#39;t fit), which can lead to negative consequences (getting openly laughed at by their peers). The bigger the white lie, or the more of them there are, the bigger the fall can be. In short, by declining to tell the truth, we might be hurting our partners and friends more than if we#39;d just admitted that their butt was a little on the large side.哈里斯在2013年他的《谎言》一书中,认为善意的谎言让我们所爱的人无法“接近现实”。他们会对假消息信以为真(如穿着一条不合身的紧身裤外出),这将引起消极后果(遭到同龄人的公然嘲笑)。所说的善意的谎言越大,或是越多,那么他们受到的伤害可能就越大。总之,不讲实话,我们有可能会伤害到我们的同伴和朋友,这要超过我们承认他们的臀部稍大一点的伤害。On the other hand, if you#39;ve just been dumped for calling your partner fat, don#39;t come crying to us. Even when telling the truth, remember a little tact is probably in order, bro.另一方面,假如你因为说你的伴侣胖而被甩,不要来找我们哭泣。兄弟,要记住,即使说真话也应该圆滑一些。1.Googling Information1.搜索信息Today, we have all the information in the world at our fingertips. In under two minutes, every single person ing this can look up the third emperor of Rome (Caligula), the population of Luxembourg (543,202) and the weight of Mars (6.39 × 10^23 kg). Only a couple of decades ago, that knowledge would#39;ve required a trip to the local library. But there#39;s a downside to all this easy-access information. It#39;s making us stupider.今天,我们只需滑动手指就能够浏览全世界所有的信息。只需两分钟,阅读这篇文章的每一个人都能够查阅到罗马帝国第三任皇帝(卡里古拉)、卢森堡的人口(543202)和火星的重量(6.39×10^23公斤)。然而在几十年前,这方面的知识我们只有到当地的图书馆才能查阅到。然而这些所有便捷的信息也存在一个缺点。它会让我们变傻变笨。Because of the easy way we can access information, our brains have stopped holding onto the stuff we look up. While in 1993, forgetting the population of Luxembourg would have required another boring afternoon at the library to get that information back, now we simply have to whip out our phones again. Our brains recognize this. Instead of storing information, we#39;re now more-likely to store where to find that information. In essence, our knowledge is just being dumped in a big, fat box in our brains marked #39;Dunno. Google it.#39;由于我们通过这种简单的方法就可以获取信息,因此我们的大脑已经不再对我们要查找的东西抱有期待感。在1993年的时候,如果我们忘记了卢森堡的人口数,就需要在一个空闲的下午去图书馆翻阅资料。但是现在,我们只需要再次拿出我们的手机就可以了。取代大脑储存信息,我们现在更喜欢在商店找到信息。我们的大脑已经意识到这一点。从本质上讲,我们的知识已被丢弃在一个大的脂肪盒子里,大脑会潜意识的告诉我们“不知道,Google一下吧”。At the same time, this flood of information is causing our attention spans to decrease. In 2000, the average attention span was a paltry 12 seconds. Now it#39;s an even-paltrier 8. It#39;s estimated that this century may see the first time that global IQ scores fall in history. We may have access to information to make us all smart, but paradoxically, it may be making us dumber.同时,大量的信息内容使我们的注意力减退。在2000年,人的平均注意力只有12秒。现在仅有微不足道的8秒。据估计,本世纪可能会看到历史上第一次全球性的智商下降。我们可以通过获取信息使我们变聪明,但比较矛盾的是,它也可能会让我们变笨。 /201704/504321固原男科检查项目

固原市男科医生Problem 1: 3D Movie问题一:3D电影Problem 2: Hot Drink问题二:热饮Problem 3: Sleep问题三:睡觉Problem 4: Lens Cleaner问题四:神奇的镜片清洁剂Problem 5: Rain问题五:下雨Problem 6: Selfie问题六:自拍Problem 7: Classmates问题七:同学Problem 8: Looking for Your Glasses问题八:找眼镜Problem...: Forget It算了,不编号了 /201702/493742固原男性医院健康 We are heading over to the resort, but just wanted to drop by and see how our little Andrew was doing ...我们要去游玩,并顺便来看看小安德鲁在做什么……It all seems so very exciting, pumpkin!这场面着实令人兴奋啊,我的心肝儿!When parents visit you at work当父母在你工作时拜访你 /201611/479219固原环切包皮的价格

固原男科医院在那儿Honesty is always the best policy, especially when it comes to mental health issues. In ;Humans of New York; Colombia series, one girl gets very real about dealing with anxiety and panic attacks.诚实永远都不会错,尤其是在精神健康问题方面。在哥伦比亚;纽约客;系列中,有个女孩儿对处理焦虑症和恐慌症的态度十分严肃。;I was the best student in my high school. I put so much pressure on myself,; she said. ;I never failed a class. But I got sick during 10th grade and I started to fall behind. That#39;s when the panic attacks began.; She goes on to describe what a panic attack feels like:;我在我所就读的高中是最优等生。我给自己施加了太大的压力,;她说道。;我从未挂过科。但高一的时候我生了场病,后来成绩就慢慢下降了。也就在那时,我开始变得恐慌。;她继续描述恐慌时的感受:;One day the teacher handed me my grade report, and I couldn#39;t breathe. My heart was beating very fast. I felt disconnected. I saw people trying to talk to me but I couldn#39;t hear them. Eventually I passed out and woke up in the infirmary,; she shared.;有一天老师把我的成绩单给了我,当时我无法呼吸,心跳得很快。我感到不知所措。我看到人们试着和我说话,但我却听不到他们的声音。最后我晕了过去,然后在医务室中醒来,;她分享着她的故事。It was then that the attacks started happening almost daily, and they haven#39;t stopped. ;Last year I started college. And I can#39;t be the best student here no matter how hard I try,; she said. ;Everyone is so talented. My panic attacks got so bad that I had to cancel my first semester.;自那之后,我几乎每天都感觉恐慌,而且从未停止。;去年我开始上大学了。在大学校园中,无论我多么努力,我都无法成为最优学生,;她说道。;每个人都是那么的有天赋。那时我恐慌症发作得厉害,我不得不在第一学期暂停学业。;However, now she is facing her anxiety head-on, and things are getting better. ;I used to try to hide it. I would log off social media. I wouldn#39;t answer calls. I thought that if nobody knew, it didn#39;t exist,; she said. ;But the more I talk about my problem, the more I realize that other people experience similar things. So I#39;m trying to express it more. I had a great teacher who told me: #39;Instead of letting anxiety keep you from doing your art, let it be the thing that motivates your art.#39;;然而,现在她直面自己的焦虑,事情也变得越来越好。;我以前总在躲它,我会注销社交媒体账户、我会不接电话。那时我想,如果没人知道,那焦虑就不存在了,;她说道。;但对自己的问题谈得越多,我就越来越意识到其他人也在遭遇类似的事情。所以我试着说出更多有关焦虑的事情。有一位伟大的老师曾告诉我:#39;不要让焦虑阻碍你艺术的道路,让它成为你在艺术上前进的动力吧。#39;;You can see the whole gorgeous post here: Recently, women all over the world took to Twitter to share what anxiety feels like. We are not alone.在这儿你可以看到整个令人叹的帖子:最近,全世界的女性都在脸书上分享患有焦虑的感受。我们并不是在独自承受。译文属 /201704/504839 Rice is a staple food for many, but is the carbohydrate-rich grain a healthy one?许多人都把米饭作为主食,但是这种富含碳水化合物的谷物真的健康吗?It depends on the kind of rice you choose.这取决于你选择的是哪种米。White rice is considered a nutritionally inferior ;refined grain; because its bran and germ are removed during the milling process, which strips away B vitamins, iron and fiber.白米饭被认为是一种缺乏营养的细粮,因为在它的加工过程中把富含维B、铁和膳食纤维的糠和胚芽都除去了。Though white rice is typically enriched with iron and B vitamins, fiber is not added back.虽然白米饭是富含铁和维B食物的典型代表,但那些膳食纤维没有再被添加回来。Brown rice is the same thing as white rice but is a ;whole grain,; because only its inedible outer husk is removed.糙米和白米属于同一类食物,但是它属于全谷物,因为它只有最外层不能吃的皮被去掉了。Since brown rice retains its bran and germ, it#39;s a better source of antioxidants, vitamin E and fiber.它的糠和胚芽在加工过程中被保留了下来,因此它是人体抗氧化剂、维E和膳食纤维的更好来源。In fact, a cup of cooked medium-grain brown rice has 3.5 grams of fiber; the same amount of white rice has less than 1 gram.实际上,一碗煮熟的中等颗粒的糙米富含3.5克膳食纤维,同等量的白米含膳食纤维量却不到一克。And here#39;s an interesting fact: Research has suggested that a part of the grain known as the subaleurone layer, which is present in brown rice but not in white rice, may provide protection against high blood pressure and atherosclerosis.有个有趣的事实:谷物里有一种叫亚糊粉层的成分,糙米含有但白米不含有,它可能对高血压及动脉粥样硬化有一定的预防效果。One large study involving several thousand men and women also revealed that substituting brown rice for white rice may the lower the risk of type 2 diabetes.一项涉及几千人的大型试验结果也显示,用糙米替代白米可降低患2型糖尿病的风险。What about wild rice? Interestingly, wild rice is the seed of a water grass. It has slightly more protein than brown rice, and studies have revealed that it has specific antioxidant and cholesterol-lowering properties.那菰米呢?有趣的是,菰米是水草的种子。它比糙米含有更多的蛋白质,而且研究表明它含有特殊的抗氧化剂,胆固醇含量也更低。Also, if you are watching calories or concerned with blood sugar, limit your portions to a half-cup, since rice is calorie- and carbohydrate-dense. One cup typically contains over 200 calories and up to 50 grams of carbs.此外,如果你比较关心卡路里和血糖,那就把你的谷物摄入量控制在半杯,因为米是高碳水高卡路里的食物。一般情况下,一碗米含有200多卡路里和50克碳水化合物。 /201703/497319固原治疗少精症费用高吗崆峒区泾川县男科咨询

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