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福建省福清市南岭镇无痛人流在线咨询福建省福清第二医院门诊收费三山镇妇幼保健院电话挂号 3.Fighting Crime With Health And Fitness3.健康与健身打击犯罪A mother drinking or smoking while pregnant can double or triple the odds of her baby becoming a violent offender later in life.若女性在怀期间吸烟或酗酒,则其宝宝日后变成暴力罪犯的几率将会扩大两倍或三倍。Lead exposure may also influence adult behavior. Poor nutrition at age three has been shown to cause more aggressive and antisocial behavior in the teenage years.另外,铅暴露也会影响成人的行为。若儿童三岁时营养不良,则其在青少年时期会表现得更加好斗、孤僻。With so many studies linking a child#39;s environment to violent crime later in life, some are questioning if we can manipulate biology to prevent it.这么多研究都把儿童的生活环境和其日后的暴力犯罪联系起来,有些还在疑惑我们是否能运用生物学来阻止犯罪行为。Scientists are studying the effects of ;biological intervention; to combat crime later in life. It doesn#39;t have to involve medication.科学家正在研究“生物干预”的效应,借此在以后打击犯罪。而且,这种干预无需药物治疗。Studies have shown that better nutrition, more exercise, and cognitive stimulation from ages three to five reduces crime at age 23 by 35 percent.研究表明,若儿童在三岁到五岁期间摄入更多的营养,进行更多的锻炼,得到更多的认知刺激,那么他/她23时犯罪的概率就会降低35%。When nurses visit poor mothers and provide advice to reduce smoking and alcohol consumption, juvenile delinquency is cut in half 15 years later.要是护士去探望那些糟糕的妈并给她们提供少烟少酒的建议,那么15年后青少年犯罪的几率就会减少一半。Adults can be affected by nutrition, too. Studies in England and the Netherlands showed that supplementing the diets of young prisoners with omega-3, which is critical for proper brain structure and function, has reduced the incidence of serious crimes by 35 percent.营养也会对成人造成影响。英国和荷兰的研究表明,给少年犯的膳食补充欧米伽-3脂肪酸有助于减少35%的严重犯罪事件,这种物质对正常大脑的结构及其功能有着至关重要的作用。Studies like these suggest that reducing the likelihood of a child developing into an adult criminal may be as easy as providing good nutrition and avoiding toxins.诸如此类的研究都表明,降低儿童长成成年罪犯的概率可能就跟保营养、避免毒素这类事情一样容易。2.A Matter Of The Heart2.心脏问题Studies have shown that teens with a low resting heart rate may be at risk of becoming violent offenders when they become adults.研究表明,低静息心率的青少年在长大成人之后极有可能成为“暴力犯罪者”。In Sweden, military service was mandatory until 2009. Among other tests, every young man had his heart rate measured when he was about 18.在瑞典,直到2009年为止,兵役都还是强制性的。在兵役测试项目中,每一个年轻人在其18岁时都要接受心率测试。Researchers analyzed this data and divided the men into five groups based on their heart rate.研究人员分析了这些数据,并根据他们的心率将其分为五组。Surprisingly, those men with resting heart rates of no more than 60 beats per minute were 39 percent more likely to be convicted of a violent crime over the next few decades than the men with the highest heart rates of 83 or more beats per minute. Those violent crimes included murder, assault, and arson.出人意料的是,那些心率低于60次/分钟的人与那些心率高于83/分钟相比,在将来的几十年中,前者比后者更有可能成为暴力犯罪者,确切的说,前者比后者多出了39%的可能性。上面所提及的“暴力事件”包括谋杀、袭击和纵火。The group with the lowest resting heart rates was also 25 percent more likely to commit nonviolent crimes like drug use and 39 percent more likely to be injured by an assault or in an accident.五组之中,静息心率最低的那一组,其中25%的人会去实施一些“非暴力犯罪事件”例如吸毒,而39%的人更容易在袭击或意外事件中手上。To explain this, researchers have suggested that a person with a low resting heart rate may have unusually low levels of psychological arousal, meaning that they feel less awake and alert.为了实以上理论,研究人员认为,那些低静息心率人群的心理冲动水平与常人相较,异常低下,也就是说,他们可能没有常人那般清醒、警觉。This may lead them to seek stimulating experiences like risky behaviors and crime.这也许就是导致他们寻求“刺激经历”例如一系列冒险行为和犯罪活动的原因之一。It may also mean that they have less of a reaction to mildly stressful experiences like getting your heart rate checked, which would mean that they are more fearless and prone to taking risks.这也就意味着“轻微的紧张经历”无法“满足”他们,他们也不会因此去“确认”自己当时的心率,也就是说,他们实施“冒险事件”的恐惧感弱于常人,其犯罪的倾向性则强于常人。1.It#39;s Not All Genetic1.遗传问题While a person#39;s biology may influence whether he becomes a criminal, it#39;s not all about a person#39;s genes.人的先天生物结构也许会对其日后“是否会犯罪”产生一定的影响,但其实,基因也并不是绝对的决定因素。As we mentioned earlier, scientist Jim Fallon was researching the minds of serial killers and psychopaths when he discovered that his brain scan was like that of a psychopathic serial killer.正如我们前文提到的,科学家吉姆·法伦在研究连环杀手与精神病患者的大脑活动时,竟发现他自己的脑部扫描显像正是一个精神错乱的连环杀手无疑!Assuming Fallon wasn#39;t secretly murdering dozens of people, this type of finding suggests that genetic factors may only predispose a person to violence and psychopathic tendencies.假设法伦没有秘密杀死数十人,此类研究结果则可表明,遗传因素也许只是会让某人先天具备实施暴力和心理变态的倾向。When he realized that he had the mind of a killer, Fallon continued the experiment to check for other factors that are consistent with criminal behavior.当他意识到自己拥有“杀手意识”时,他选择继续进行他的研究,以求符合罪犯“犯罪行为”的其它因素。His hypothesis was that killers often experience abuse or violence in their childhoods. For example, Ted Bundy was raised by his grandparents and originally thought that his mother was his sister.法伦提出假设,他认为那些连环杀手在其童年时期,通常遭受过严重创伤,比如虐待或目睹残酷暴力。例如泰德·邦迪,他由他的祖父母抚养长大。祖父母以他的父母自居,而他的生母则扮演他的“”。Once the truth was revealed, his cousin tormented him with that fact. His grandfather was also prone to violence.但是后来事情真相败露,他的堂兄弟便不停拿这个“事实”去折磨他。此外,他的外祖父也有暴力倾向。However, Fallon had grown up in a loving, caring household, which he thinks made all the difference.然而,法伦本人却拥有一个充满爱心和关怀的家庭大环境,这也是在他的研究中他所认为的最至关重要的一点。He#39;s a prime example of how neither biology nor environmental factors can solely determine a person#39;s fate.所以说,单靠先天遗传因素和后天环境因素二者之一,并不能完全决定一个人的命运,法伦就是一个最好的例子。 /201609/468465福州福清阳光妇科医院是不是医保定点医院

福清做无痛人流手术费用Does getting up at the crack of dawn really hold the key to success? I decided to try it and set my alarm for 5am for a week. Here are seven things I learned:破晓时刻早早起床就能打开成功之门?我决定实验一下这个说法,在一周的时间里都把自己的闹钟设在早上5点钟。我有如下7点体会。1. You suddenly have time to exercise突然你有时间锻炼了As someone who always prioritises her social life over her fitness, I’d for a long time told myself I didn’t have time for exercise. It turns out that when you get up four hours before you have to be at work, there’s so much time to fill you’d be silly not to get moving.作为一个永远重视社交、轻视健康状况的人,长期以来我一直告诉自己我没时间去锻炼。后来我发现,当你在上班时间之前四小时起床的时候,你获得了非常充裕的时间,不去动一下就太蠢了。2. You’ll feel smug你会觉得有优越感Exercising in my living room at 6am, whilst not only my flatmates but the majority of people everywhere were still asleep, felt kind of awesome.早晨6点,当我的室友,以及周围大多数的人都还在睡梦中时,我已经在起居室里锻炼了,感觉自己棒棒哒!3. You’re hungrier all day你一整天都会更加饥饿One of the nicer parts of getting up earlier was having the time to cook myself nice breakfasts at home. But being awake longer and eating breakfast earlier seemed to mean I was hungrier all day long.早起的一大好处就是,我有时间在家给自己做一份丰盛的早餐。吃早餐的时间提前了,这就意味着一整天我都感到更加饥饿。4. You have to cut short your social plans in the evening你不得不把晚上的社交时间缩短On an average day when I’d be getting up at my usual time of 7.15am, I’d go to bed around midnight. But if I had to get up at 5am, there was no way I could stay up that late.平时我一般7点15起床,12点左右开始睡觉。但是如果我5点起床,就不可能熬夜到那个时间了。5. You’ll look better你的状态更好I spent my mornings curling my hair, painting my nails and doing smokey eye makeup and was a little overwhelmed by the lovely comments on my “glowing complexion” and “glorious hair.” My poor colleagues have had to go back to my regular look now.我用早上的时间做发型,擦指甲油,画烟熏妆,大家对我“透亮的肤色”,“靓丽的指甲”赞不绝口,这些赞美让我非常精细。我可怜的同事们现在都回到我平时的样子了。6. You hit a wall你有点力不从心On the first couple of days of my week as an early-riser, I didn’t even feel tired.在早起这一周的头几天,我根本没觉得累。And as the week wore on, the novelty wore off. By day five, I did not want to get up and was feeling really tired. When my friend cancelled our dinner plans for that evening, I was secretly thrilled that I could go home and go to bed. Which is most unlike me. The week felt so long.随着时间一天天过去,新鲜感逐渐消退,到第五天的时候,我完全不想起床,感到疲惫极了。我的朋友取消了我们的晚餐之约,对此我暗中十分兴庆,想着我可以回家睡觉了。这太不像平时的我了。7. You’ll be more efficient at work你工作起来更有效率Incredibly, I actually achieved more at work than usual and was surprisingly productive. I genuinely felt energised throughout most of the working day all week long. I was more focussed too.难以置信的是,我能够比平时完成更多的工作,效率也出乎意料的高。在这一周中,我真切的感觉到自己几乎一整天都能量满满。我的注意力也更集中了。Perhaps being productive first thing in the morning before you get to work does in fact make you more productive for the rest of the day.在早晨一天的工作开始之前就让自己保持高效率,或许这样确实能让你一整天都效率更高。 /201705/509934福州市第二医院咨询电话 3.Cluster Bombs3.集束炸弹Among the most indiscriminate weapons out there, cluster bombs are very close to the top.集束炸弹也许能排到“滥杀无辜”武器排行榜的第一名。Dropped out of an airplane flying by, a single bomb suddenly transforms into hundreds or even thousands smaller ones, covering an area the size of three football fields.随着战斗机的发射,一枚炸弹瞬间分解成成百上千枚更小的炸弹,能覆盖三个足球场的面积。Now, either intentional or by accident, 30 percent or higher of these don#39;t go off and can lie dormant for years or even decades, just waiting for an unfortunate someone to step on or pick them up.目前,无论是蓄意还是无意为之,一枚炸弹中的30%甚至以上小炸弹都不会爆炸,它们能休眠几年甚至几十年,直到某个倒霉蛋一脚踩上去或是将它们捡起。They aren#39;t designed to destroy buildings, but rather to hit infantry, roads or airstrips.设计集束炸弹不是为了摧毁建筑,而是对步兵,道路和飞机跑道实施打击。Many countries around the world still suffer their plight, years after their conflicts have ended.就算战争的硝烟早已散尽,但许多国家安全仍受到子母弹的威胁。It is estimated that between 2010 and 2014, 92 percent of all cluster bomb casualties were civilian, half of whom were children.据估计在2010-2014年间,子母弹造成的92%的伤亡都来自平民,而其中一半是孩子。During the 2003 invasion of Iraq over 1,500 cluster bombs were detonated over Baghdad, some of which ended up in residential areas.在2003年的伊拉克战争期间,超过1500枚子母弹在巴格达上空炸响,而其中一些落在了居民区。US Air Force General and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Richard Myers declared that only one civilian was reported to being killed in the attack.美国空军将军,参谋长联席会议主席理查德·梅耶尔宣称只有一名平民在这次袭击中丧命。What he was referring to were air-launched cluster bombs, but he did omit to talk about the surface-launched ones, which are believed to have caused many more civilian casualties.他所指的是空射集束炸弹造成的伤亡,但却避而不谈陆射造成的伤亡,据估计那是一个庞大的数字。In 2008 a UN convention banned the use of these weapons and more than 100 countries, including the UK have signed it. Other countries like the US, Russia, China, India and Pakistan have not.2008年联合国颁布一项公约,禁止使用此类武器,超过100个国家签字承诺,其中包括了英国。其它国家比如美国、俄罗斯、中国、印度和巴基斯坦都未签字。Moreover, recent evidence points out that Russia has used a new type of cluster bomb over Syria in an attack against opponents of President Bashar al-Assad , plaguing the country for years to come.并且最近有据指出,俄罗斯使用了一种新型集束炸弹来对付叙利亚总统巴沙尔·阿萨德的反对者,这使叙利亚未来几年陷入水深火热之中。2.Nuclear Missiles2.核导弹Nuclear missiles are the most terrifying things we have ever built. Coming so close to wiping ourselves off the face of the planet during the Cold War, it would have made sense to rid ourselves of this horrific danger always looming in the background.核导弹是人类发明过最恐怖的东西。在冷战期间差点洗刷了整个地球面貌,然而它现在留下许多威胁,在世界的某些角落蠢蠢欲动。Well, that didn#39;t happen and there is still enough nuclear arsenal in the world to wipe out all life as we know it, ten times over.虽然核导弹毁灭地球的事情还没发生,但地球上留有的核子弹的威力可以摧毁整个地球,十次足以。Of the roughly 16,000 nuclear warheads in existence, more than 90 percent belong to Russia and the ed States. Of these, 10,000 are in military service while the rest await dismantlement.现地球上留有16000个核弹头左右,超过90%的核弹头是俄罗斯和美国的。1万个用来做军事装备,其余的准备拆卸。Other countries with nuclear capabilities include France, China, the UK, Pakistan, India, Israel, and North Korea.其他有核武器的国家有:法国,中国,英国,巴基斯坦,印度,以色列和朝鲜。Most of us know or have heard about the devastating effects a nuclear detonation can have, and pretty much anyone has seen at least one such explosion somewhere on TV or the internet, so it#39;s no point in giving you any more details.我们大多数人知道或听说过核爆炸带来的毁灭性伤害,而且至少在电视或网上看过核爆炸,所以在这没必要在详说核爆炸了。Even though nuclear weapons haven#39;t been used in active warfare since the end of WWII by the US against Japan, many test detonations have been performed all around the globe since then.自从二战期间,美国用核武器来对付日本之后,核武器便不再用于战争中。然而即便如此,核弹试爆也会在地球上发生。These tests ended in 1998 with both India and Pakistan detonating such weapons for the first time. In 2006 however, North Korea detonated its own nuclear bomb.1998年,印度和巴基斯坦首次核弹试验,同时也在此禁止了。然而2006年,朝鲜发起核弹试验。Though small in comparison with what#39;s out there, they have since performed two more tests in 2009 and 2013, with the former being 50 times more powerful than the one 7 years earlier.尽管发起的核爆炸威力较小,但是朝鲜又于2009年和2013年发起核爆炸试验。前后共50次,而且威力远远超过7年前的试验。Efforts are being made to reduce the number of these extremely dangerous warheads, and hopefully one day, eliminate them completely.现在人们想尽办法解决核武器的威胁,希望有朝一日所有的核威胁都没有了。However progress is slow at best and given the secretive nature with which most governments treat information about their nuclear arsenals, ridding ourselves of them will be a very long process.然而,消除核弹头的进程十分缓慢,而且大多数政府怎么处理核武器的信息是高度机密的,所以将地球上所有的核武器清除的过程会十分漫长。Nuclear missiles may not have the Death Star#39;s capability to take out an entire planet, but they can certainly take out a sizable chunk of one.核武器可能没有那么大的力量将我们引至世界末日,但是它确实可以摧毁地球的大部分土地。1.MIRVs1.分导式多弹头What can be worse than a nuclear weapon, you may ask? Well, if you were to combine one with a cluster bomb you would end up with a MIRV (Multiple Independently-targetable Reentry Vehicle).你可能会说,世上还有比核武器更恐怖的东西吗?但是如果你将核武器与集束炸弹结合在一起,你就会看到一个MIRV。As compared to an ordinary nuclear ballistic missile, where one bomb equals one nuclear mushroom, a MIRV flies off at the edge of space, breaks off into a dozen remotely guided bombs, which then fall back to the ground.如果说普通的子母弹只是相当于制造出一朵蘑菇云的话,那么MIRV就相当于12朵蘑菇云。将一个MIRV射向宇宙的边际之后,它们就会变成多个远程导炸弹飞回地球。Being smaller and accompanied by confusing flares, these nuclear ordnances are far more difficult to take down.它们变小了并伴随混乱的耀斑之后,就更难消灭了。This technology has been around as early as the 1960#39;s and was one of the major reasons for the escalation of the nuclear arms race during the Cold War.MIRV早在20世纪60年代已经研发出来了,是冷战时期广为使用的一种技术。They would be primarily used to take down fixed targets like missile silos or airstrips, but keeping in mind that these are still nuclear weapons, collateral damage is inevitable.一开始的研发只是为了导弹发射井或飞机跑道这样的固定目标,然而发展到后面就不一样的,毕竟它们也是一种核武器,所以附带损害是难以避免的。Currently the US Minuteman missile system carries 3 nuclear bombs, while the Trident system, used by both the US and UK, carries twelve.现在,美国民兵导弹系统可以发出三枚核子弹,三叉戟系统在美国和英国也有使用,可发射12枚核子弹。Only one such weapon is enough to wipe most European capital cities off the map completely, killing millions of innocent people in the process.而仅仅一颗这样的导弹就可摧毁地图里大部分的欧洲城市,杀死几百万无辜百姓。 /201612/483740福清市人流手术去哪个医院

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