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女人——将节食进行到底!Average women spend 31 years on dietingFor many women struggling to keep slim, dieting can seem to last a lifetime.For many women struggling to keep slim, dieting can seem to last a lifetime.Or to be more precise, 31 years.For researchers have found that is how long the average woman spends on a diet over the course of her life.According to a new report, British women spend an average of six months a year counting the calories and more than a fifth are on a permanent diet throughout their lifetime in a seemingly never-ending quest for the perfect figure.But they aren't the only ones waging a constant fight against the flab.The average adult male spends 28 years slimming, the poll has revealed.It found that over a tenth of the UK population is currently dieting in a bid to shed the pounds after feasting on festive treats over the Christmas period.But despite best intentions, three quarters of those who began their New Year with the firm resolution to lose weight give up by the end of the week.The average diet lasts 5.5 weeks, with the post-Christmas fast being even shorter at just three weeks.Half of slimmersthrow in the toweldue to lack of willpower, while a quarter of respondents said that they give up because their strict diet regime leaves them moody or depressed.The most determined of dieters are aged between 45 and 64, with almost a quarter spending up to a year slimming.In comparison, those aged between 18 and 24 are more likely to beyo-yodieters, with a fifth giving up within a month.The survey of 1,446 of men and women revealed that nearly two thirds of the UK population are unhappy with their body and feel that being thinner would make them happier.For women, looks are more important, with over half reporting that they diet to wear fashionable clothes and a third of those surveyed said they watched their weight in a bid to feel more attractive. But in comparison, men are more focused on their long-term well-being, with over a third saying they wanted to lose weight to be more healthy. 对于很多想保持苗条身材的女性来说,节食可能是件一辈子的事。确切点说,是31年。研究人员日前发现,普通女性一生花在节食上的时间长达31年。一项最新报告显示,英国女性平均一年中有半年的时间在节食减肥,而超过五分之一的女性为了追求完美身材,节食几乎成了她们一生的“事业”。然而,她们并不是这场“减肥持久战”的唯一“战士”。调查显示,普通成年男性一生中花在减肥上的时间长达28年。调查发现,在圣诞节“胡吃海喝”了一通后,十分之一以上的英国人现在正在节食。虽然出发点很好,但其中四分之三的人坚持不了几天就放弃了,早忘了他们的新年“誓言”。普通节食一般持续五周半,而圣诞之后的节食时间更短,只有三周半。有一半的节食者因缺乏毅力而半途而废,四分之一的受访者说他们之所以放弃是因为过于严格的饮食“规定”让他们情绪烦躁、心情低落。调查显示,45岁至64岁之间的节食者意志最坚定,其中近四分之一的人坚持了一年。 相比之下,18至24岁之间的节食者最容易动摇,其中五分之一的人坚持不到一个月就放弃了。这项共有1446名男女参加的调查显示,近三分之二的英国人对自己的身材不满意,他们希望自己能能更苗条一些。对于女性来说,外表“重于一切”,超过一半的受访女性说她们减肥是为了能穿时髦的衣,另有三分之一的受访女性说减肥是为了让自己更有魅力。相比之下,男性则更为注重长期健康,超过三分之一的受访男性说他们减肥为了使自己更加健康。 /200803/30369Add alpha accents Masculine extras can help you reinvent your basic little black dress. Try on a man’s belt, stash a silk square into your pocket or slip into his cozy6 cardigan. Oversize watches are a great alternative to a cuff or bangle, and menswearinspired shoes offer a quirky touch. Spectator pumps7, loafers and brogues8 are big trends in footwear this season, and are bound to make your feet feel good too. Instead of stashing an umbrella in your bag, consider grabbing one of his hats on a rainy day.   加入男性配件男性配件可以帮你改造基本款——小黑裙。试着戴上男性的腰带,在口袋里放一个丝绸方巾或是穿上他舒适的开襟羊毛衫。超大手表是袖口或手镯的上佳替代品,以男装为灵感设计的鞋子展现出一种别样的风格。船形中高跟鞋、平跟船鞋和拷花皮鞋是本季鞋子的主要流行款式, 而且穿起来也一定会很舒适。在下雨天,你不用在包里装把雨伞,而是可以考虑戴顶他的帽子。 /200911/90445

白领更易患抑郁症Money really can't buy happiness, according to a new survey showing lawyers and other well-paid white-collar workers are more likely to sufferdepression.A national survey of more than 7500 professionals has found that almost one in 10 reported moderate to severe depressive symptoms.The legal profession had the worst result, with almost 16 per cent reporting symptoms of clinical depression. Next were accountants and insuranceunderwriters, both on 10 per cent.People in IT services, architecture and engineering also had depression rates above the average.The survey conducted by Beyondblue, an organizationdevoted to fighting depression, also showed that those under 30 had the highest rates of depression and were the most likely to "self-medicate" with drugs and alcohol.Beyondblue deputy chief executive and psychologist, Dr Nicole Highet, said the survey-the largest of its kind- was first to reveal the extent of the problem."We often associate depression with the most socially disadvantaged (and) people under financial pressure, but here's a whole different group," Dr Highet said.She said while it was difficult to know exactly what made some groups more prone to depression, it was likely to be driven by work pressures."It seems, with law in particular, there's a problem with employee expectations and their working reality," Dr Highet said."People base their whole identities on being successful in their role and when it doesn't live up to expectations, and they fail to keep a work-life balance, that impacts on their mental health."Among female lawyers, the average age of first pregnancy was 39, "reflecting the all-or-nothing pressure that the sector places on individuals", she said.Law Institute of Victoria chief executive Michael Brett Young said the survey supported anecdotal evidence that depression was a growing problem."Our message is no one should feel ashamed about being stressed," Mr Young said."Ask for help from your colleagues rather than suffer in silence." 看来金钱确实买不到快乐。一项最新调查表明,律师和其他一些高薪白领患抑郁症的几率较大。一项对7500多名职员开展的全国性调查发现,近十分之一的受访者称自己有中度至重度的抑郁症症状。法律行业的情况更糟糕,近16%的人称自己有临床抑郁症的症状。会计和保险承保人的这一比例位居其后,均为10%。IT务、建筑和工程行业的人患抑郁症的比例也高于平均水平。此外,这项由抗抑郁症组织Beyondblue开展的调查表明,30岁以下的人患抑郁症的比例最高,而且这一人群用药物和酒精饮料进行“自行治疗"的几率最大。Beyondblue副首席执行官、心理学家妮可·海耶特士说,该调查是此领域目前规模最大的一次,首次暴露了这个问题的严重程度。海耶特士说:“我们常把抑郁症与最弱势的社会群体以及有经济压力的人联系在一起,但事实上是另一个完全不同的人群存在这个问题。”她说,至于为什么有些人群更容易患抑郁症还难以解释,但这可能是由于工作压力造成的。海耶特说:“员工的期望值与他们实际工作状况的差别可能是个主要问题,尤其对于法律行业的人来说。”“人们将事业成功作为自己的首要目标,当实际情况达不到期望值时,他们就无法维持工作与生活的平衡了,这便会对他们的心理健康产生影响。”她说,女律师首次怀的平均年龄为39岁,“这反映了这个行业对从业者的压力是一种极端的状况,要么压力很大,要么没有压力。”维克多利亚律师事务所的首席执行官迈克尔·布雷特·杨说,这项调查明抑郁症是个越来越严重的问题。杨说:“我们的观点是,患抑郁症的人不应该觉得这是一种羞耻。”“向你的同事求助,不要自己默默的承受。” /200803/32583

  

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  January 31 the year's biggest night for first datesJanuary 31 is due to be the year's biggest night for first dates, according to a survey.Although January may have the reputation as the peak month for relationships break up, new statistics show Saturday night is due to be the year's biggest night for first dates.On top of that, an estimated 70,000 will turn into a new romance by February.A survey of 5,000 singles by PARSHIP.co.uk, Europe's largest scientifically-based online dating service, showed Britain's singles will go on 2.5 million first dates this January, almost three times more than in December and twice as many as any other single month of the year.Another recent PARSHIP poll found four out of five people said they would actively to meet someone in January.Almost half said they would look for a committed relationship, more than one in ten for a casual relationship and one in five for any type of relationship.Nearly half of singles, 45 per cent of men and 50 per cent of women also admitted to feeling particularly lonely in January.Dr Victoria Lukats, psychiatrist and PARSHIP.co.uk's dating expert, said: "These findings are consistent with previous surveys. We know that more people join internet dating services in January than any other time of year."We also know that internet dating has now become the single most common way of finding a partner."The explanation could be down to the post-Christmas malaise, pressure from well-meaning friends and relatives or New Year's resolutions." /200902/61641

  Do you know mouse potatoes?The Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary.Mouse potatoes joined couch potatoes, google officially became a verb and drama queens finally found the limelight when they crossed over from popular culture to mainstream English language.The mouse potato (who spends as much time on the computer as his/her 1990s counterpart did on the couch), the himbo (attractive, vacuous -- and male) and the excessively emotional drama queen were among 100 new words added to the 2006 update of America's best-selling dictionary, the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary.The Internet search engine Google also found its way into the dictionary for the first time as a verb, meaning to find information quickly on the world wide web.New words and phrases from the fields of science, technology, pop culture and industry are chosen each year by Merriam-Webster's team of editors after months of poring over books, magazines and even food labels."They are not tracking verbal language. They are looking for evidence that words have become assimilated into the written English language," said Arthur Bicknell, senior publicist with Merriam-Webster."Unfortunately with slang words by the time it has become assimilated it probably isn't cool anymore." Bicknell said.Other words making their debut this year were soul patch (a small growth of beard under a man's lower lip), unibrow (two eyebrows joining together) and supersize -- the fast food industry phrase for extra large meals.The technology world contributed ringtones (changeable incoming cellphone call signals) and spyware (software installed in a computer to surreptiously track a user's activities) while biodiesel and avian influenza came from the world of science.America's first dictionary -- Noah Webster's A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language -- was published 200 years ago and also introduced a crop of fresh words that have now become familiar.Those "new" words in 1806 included slang, surf, psychology and, naturally, Americanize.Mouse potato(网虫)跟couch potato(电视虫)走到一起;google正式成为一个动词;drama queen(小题大做、大惊小怪的人)终于得到关注。这些词语终于登堂入室,从通俗文化行列转入英语主流语言。Mouse potato(“网虫”,像20世纪90年代的电视迷一样迷恋电脑的人)、himbo(徒有外表却无内涵的男人)、过分情绪化的drama queen等100个新词被收入2006年新版的美国畅销词典《韦氏大词典》中。互联网搜索引擎Google也首次作为动词入选词典,意思是"在互联网上快速查找信息"。每年,《韦氏大词典》的编委都要花上几个月的时间在书、杂志、甚至食品标签中搜罗,选出科学、技术、通俗文化及工业领域的一些新词和短语收入词典。《韦氏大词典》高级推介人亚瑟·比克内尔说:“编辑们搜罗的目标不是口头语言,他们找的是那些已被用于书面语的词汇,而且要有实例为。”比克内尔说:“不幸的是,那些已被书面语吸收的俚语可能就不再那么'酷'了。”今年入选词典的新词还有soul patch(男人下唇上长的一小撮胡子)、unibrow(左右眉毛长在一起)和supersize(超大型快餐)。技术领域的新词有ringtone(手机铃音)和spyware(安装在电脑上用于监视用户活动的间谍软件);科学领域的新词则包括biodiesel(生物柴油)和avian influenza(禽流感)。美国第一部词典--诺亚·韦伯斯特先生的《简明英语词典》于200年前出版,当时收入其中的一批新词如今已为大家十分熟悉了。那些于1806年入选的“新词”包括slang(俚语)、surf(冲浪)以及naturally(自然地)、Americanize(美国化)。Vocabulary:make one's debut:首次亮相;首次出现 /200808/46488

  1 Consider his future thoughts. He starts thinking about the future and you’re in it—his future once meant he had a date on Saturday night, but with you, the future seems definite. Not only does he plan to see you this weekend, but he wants to see you a year from now. Also, when planning his next vacation, he finds himself making plans with you in them, and when his best friend gets married in six months, you’re his date.你在他的未来里。当他计划未来的时候,你总在其中,哪怕是周六晚上的约会,和你在一起是肯定的。他不仅会周末看你,他更希望一年后的这个周末还看到你。 /201001/94442Just love doesn't keep a marriage going摘要: “从此他们幸福地生活在一起”,并不是只有童话故事里才有这样的情景。澳大利亚研究人员近日找到了夫妻白头到老所需的要素,而爱情仅仅是其中的一部分而已。Living happily ever after needn't only be for fairy tales. Australian researchers have identified what it takes to keep a couple together, and it's a lot more than just being in love.A couple's age, previous relationships and even whether they smoke or not are factors that influence whether their marriage is going to last, according to a study by researchers from the Australian National University.The study, entitled "What's Love Got to Do With It", tracked nearly 2,500 couples - married or living together - from 2001 to 2007 to identify factors associated with those who remained together compared with those who divorced or separated.It found that a husband who is nine or more years older than his wife is twice as likely to get divorced, as are husbands who get married before they turn 25.Children also influence the longevity of a marriage or relationship, with one-fifth of couples who have kids before marriage - either from a previous relationship or in the same relationship - having separated compared to just nine percent of couples without children born before marriage.Women who want children much more than their partners are also more likely to get a divorce.A couple's parents also have a role to play in their own relationship, with the study showing some 16 percent of men and women whose parents ever separated or divorced experienced marital separation themselves compared to 10 percent for those whose parents did not separate.Also, partners who are on their second or third marriage are 90 percent more likely to separate than spouses who are both in their first marriage.Not surprisingly, money also plays a role, with up to 16 percent of respondents who indicated they were poor or where the husband - not the wife - was unemployed saying they had separated, compared with only nine percent of couples with healthy finances.And couples where one partner smokes and the other doesn't, are also more likely to have a relationship that ends in failure.Factors found to not significantly affect separation risk included the number and age of children born to a married couple, the wife's employment status and the number of years the couple had been employed. /200907/78011

  Stress caused by a slowing economy, shrinking retirement accounts and rising unemployment rates is driving some American smokers to increase the habit or delay quitting, according to a new survey.A quarter of smokers who are worried about the economy said fretting over it has driven them to smoke more each day, while another 13 percent said they have delayed quitting."The turbulent global stock markets have caused virtually every American a certain level of stress. Those who also struggle with an addiction to tobacco products are at an increased disadvantage. Quitting smoking under normal circumstances is one of the most difficult things you can do. ”Cheryl Healton, the president and CEO of the American Legacy Foundation, said in a statement.The Washington, D.C.-based anti-smoking advocacy group commissioned Harris Interactive to conduct the online poll of 2,375 Americans 18 years old and older.Women smokers were more likely to smoke more due to worries about the economy, with 31 percent reporting they did, compared to 17 percent of men.A higher percentage (38 percent) of lower-income smokers-- those with a household income of ,000 or less -- reported that they smoke more cigarettes per day due to the economy, the survey showed.Unemployed smokers were also more likely to boost smoking due to the financial crisis, with 29 percent smoke more compared to 17 percent of employed smokers.Former smokers are also not immune to the trend. The survey showed that seven percent of current smokers said their anxiety about the economy had driven them to start smoking again, while nine percent of former smokers were tempted to resume the habit.But hard times have also encouraged smokers to be more thrifty. One fifth of smokers who are stressed about the economy said they switched to a cheaper brand to save money. 一项最新调查显示,经济放缓、退休金减少和失业率不断上升让美国人不堪重压,一些烟民则因此增大了吸烟量或推迟了戒烟计划。调查显示,在对经济状况感到担忧的烟民中,四分之一的人称心情忧虑使得他们每日的吸烟量增大,另有13%的人称他们推迟了戒烟计划。总部位于华盛顿的反吸烟组织美国遗产基金会的总裁兼CEO谢丽尔#8226;希尔顿在一份声明中说:“全球股市动荡给每个美国人都造成了一定程度的压力。而那些正在戒烟的人压力更大,在正常的环境下戒烟就已经十分困难了。”这项在线调查由该机构委托哈里斯互动公司开展,共对2375名年龄在18岁以上的美国人进行了调查。调查表明,女性烟民更易因担心经济而增加吸烟量,其中有31%的人如此;而男性烟民的这一比例为17%。此外,较低收入(家庭年收入不到3.5万美元)烟民的这一比例更高,38%的人称由于担心眼下的经济状况,他们现在抽得更凶。同时,失业烟民受金融危机的影响也更大,其中有29%的人吸烟量增大,而这一比例在未失业烟民中为17%。已经戒烟的人也难免受影响。调查显示,7%的受访者称自己原本已戒烟,但由于心情焦虑,现在又开始复吸,另有9%的人称他们由于经不住诱惑而犯了老毛病。而眼下的经济不景气则让很多烟民变得更加节约,五分之一的人称,为了省钱,现在他们改抽便宜的牌子了。 /200811/55796

  A growing number of young city dwellers are choosing to getmarried soon after they graduate from college, despite not being financially independent.Last year, for example, Shanghai's Xuhui District Civil Affairs Bureau saw 1,221 college graduates aged 22 to 24 tie the knot, up 50 percent on the previous year.Of those, there were more newly graduated brides than there were grooms, Xinhua said.But without financialsecurity, married life is no bed of roses, experts have said.One young Beijing couple, for example, Liu Hao and Wang Ni, rely heavily on financial support from their parents, as their monthly outgoingssurpass their income.In addition, Liu's mother sometimes has to call to wake them for work, and she makes regular weekend visits to take care of their cooking, washing, cleaning and even pays their bills."Most of the young people who get married soon after graduating from college are from relatively well-off families, and they long for a stable and comfortable life."However, they still have a lot to learn from society before they are y for marriage.Sun Baohong, an expert with the Institute of Adolescents under the Shanghai Academy of Social SciencesZhang Da, 24, who got married last summer just after graduating from a college in Tianjin"I got married so early simply because my parents had aly prepared an apartment for me."But I still pretended to be single at work, as colleagues my age are all single and it is a bit weird for them to know I am married. Also, I am afraid they would leave me out of social activities if they saw me as a family man."I don't think I am yet y to accept my new identity as a married man."Zhu Ke, 23, who got married at the end of last year after graduating from a college in Shanghai"I felt great pressure to find a good job after graduation so I chose to marry a man who loves me and is willing to shoulder my burden."But it's still a bit weird when my former classmates talk about their new single lives at our get-togethers while I am worrying about things like how to pay for the house, when to visit his parents and even when to have a baby."The intimacy between me and my friends is vanishing, and I feel I am missing out on a period of time that should be the happiest for a girl my age.""Getting married soon after graduation can result in both psychological and economic problems. A young couple have no idea of what difficulties may confront them in their work, their family life and even from society. Their impulsive decision to marry might well undermine the marriage in the long run.Wu Zebin, a master's degree holder in sociology with Peking University /200803/32751。

  It has often been said that opposites attract but research suggests that initial spark of attraction soon fades and does not make for a long and happy married life.A survey carried out by The Oxford Internet Institute, looked at the habits of 1,000 couples to find the secret of a happy relationship.The poll was conducted for online matchmaking service eHarmony.People who want to sign up for the site, complete a comprehensive questionnaire of more than 200 questions, which takes about an hour to complete."At the time that we launched in 2000, people were really sceptical that you could bring technology or scientific research to something that had always been attributed in these magical terms to some unknowable quality about why two people connect," Greg Waldorf, eHarmony's chief executive said.eHarmony to claim that every day on average 118 US couples who met on eHarmony get married--2% of the total number of marriages.Paula Hall, a relationship psychotherapist at the UK relationship service says: "Compatibility is an essential ingredient in relationship happiness, but some differences are inevitable. How couples manage those differences is the key to long-term success."But there is not one formula for all couples. Analysis of the data gathered by eHarmony shows that across cultures couples value very different things.For instance, Britons are the least likely to complain if modern life leaves their partners too tired for sex. Australians are less worried by their spouse being less affectionate and Americans argue more.Happily married people in the UK tend to agree more on how to make major decisions, how family finances are handled, the division of household tasks, and how to deal with parents and in-laws. Compared to the US and Australia, UK couples are the least likely to be worried if their partner is regularly too tired for sex.In the US, couples put more focus on the interpersonal facets of their relationships, reporting that they laugh together, exchange ideas, kiss, and confide in each other more often. However, they also have more arguments and are more likely to report that their partners annoy them.In Australia, couples put a lot of stock in working on projects together, and it is the country where couples are least likely to be concerned that their spouse doesn't show enough love and affection.Couples in the US, the UK and Australia experience a dip in marital satisfaction around the birth of their first child, which Mr Waldorf attributes to a period of adjustment to the change in the relationship. Chinese couples, by contrast, actually experience a rise in satisfaction, which Mr Waldorf suggests is due to a stronger immediate family support network. /200812/59291

  I just got back from another "Goodbye, I got a new job" lunch.我刚参加了一次午宴,主题是“再见,我找到新工作了”。Unfortunately, I wasn't the guest of honor. Nonetheless, I am genuinely happy for this lucky soul who is moving on to a new title (a promotion, of course) with the accompanying salary increase and perky benefits package at a company that is actually profitable. How refreshing! This also includes relocation to South Carolina, a kinder, gentler state where the dollar is sure to buy more than it does in the metro NYC area, particularly in real estate. Good for her!不幸地是,我不是特邀嘉宾。不过我还是由衷地为那个幸运的人感到快乐。她在一家效益不错的公司获得了新职位(当然是晋升),工资上涨、福利增加,还可以搬家到更温和、友善的南卡莱罗那州,和纽约相比,在那里钱更耐花,尤其在房地产行业。真让人振奋啊!So why is this event so bittersweet, even melancholy, for the rest of us? Because we are left with "more of the same" except that there is one less person to shoulder the burden of the workload. At least that is what we tell ourselves and we console one another in picking up the extra pieces in the longer hours of our day together and shorter lunchtime at our desks.那么,为什么吃这顿饭的其余的我们这些人会苦甜参半、甚至哀伤呢?因为对我们而言,除了少一个人干活之外,“情况没什么两样”。 至少我们就是这样觉得。为了彼此安慰,我们会加班加点干更多的活,花更短的时间在办公桌旁吃午饭。If we were to get real, we might find that the real source of our mixed feelings is that to some extent, we want to be leaving, too. There is a whole big world out there waiting for us and our talent. What are we holding on for? Well, first, another job offer would be nice. Why let go of a sure thing? We have to hold on to this bird in the hand—frankly, we need the income. Beyond the dollars and cents, this position is security. Granted, we are fully aware that the industry is falling down around us, global competition is killing us, and the internal politicking and fighting causes our work fiber to be full of holes. Yes, all of this feels familiar, no matter how bad it looks. This job is a territory that we are comfortable in. We know the players, the energy, the vibe of this place. We know our role in this chaos, regardless of whether it is good, bad, or ugly. Why get moving?坦白地说,我们有这种复杂的情绪,某个程度上是因为我们也想离开现在的公司。大千世界正等待我们一展拳脚呢,我们还在固守着什么?呃,首先,另一份工作也许会不错,可是为什么要把到手的工作放弃?我们必须抓牢到手的这只鸟。老实说吧,我们需要收入。 除了钞票之外,这个职位稳定。不错,我们完全意识到这个行业正处在萧条之中,全球竞争步步紧逼,国内政治活动和纷争让我们的职业蓝图千疮百孔。是的,尽管看上去糟糕,可我们对所有这些都很“熟悉”。这份工作是我们的舒适之地。我们了解对手,了解这个领域的态势。我们知道自己在混乱中的角色——不论好、坏、臭。为什么要辞职?There are lots of reasons to take a moment and inventory your current job and career right now. First, what does your current job say about you? Your choice of job says a lot about the role that you play in not only a company, but also the impact that you want to have in the world.人们很应该马上去花点时间审视一下当前的工作和职业。首先:现在的工作对你意味着什么?你对工作的选择不但关系到你在公司中的角色,而且还关系到你希望在世界上发挥的影响。Does your job reflect the things that you hold most important in life? Values are the qualities that define you; without them you would not be who you are.能否在你的工作里找到你最重视的东西?价值观定义了你的品质;不同的价值观造就不同的人。What are your top five values and how do you honor them in the demands of your current position? One place to look for your top values is to remember a time in your life when you were operating on all cylinders and felt happy, consumed by what you were doing and not aware of time.你的五大价值观是什么?你如何在当前的职位中追求它们?找到最高价值观的一个方法就是回忆起某段时期,你热火朝天地工作,感到快乐、忘乎所以、废寝忘食。What was meaningful about this experience? Who were you with? What was happening that gave you a buzz? Tapping into this energy is a good guide to defining your values. The next step is matching your values with a company and a job position that shares these values. You may have to get creative to find that match, but it may mean that the next "goodbye lunch" has your name on it.那段经历中,有什么是有意义的?你和谁一起工作?是什么让你兴奋?找到这种能量源泉就是发现那些最高价值观的好向导。下一步,就是找到价值观匹配的公司和职位。你需要费点心思,不过这也意味着,也许下一顿请客的人就是你了。 /200901/60931

  Chicken SoupWhy it’s a cold/flu fighter: When you have a cold or the flu, a major symptom includes congestion in the nose, chest, and throat. Chicken soup has specifically been shown in studies to thin mucus secretions. Broth and noodles provide carbohydrates for maintaining your energy levels, potentially helping you feel less lethargic. If you add vegetables, you’ll boost the level of nutrients in the soup, which will help support immune function. Slurp away on low- sodium soups that contain 30% less salt. You want the soup to contain some salt, though, because sodium helps regulate the amount of fluid in the body. Basically, the saltiness in soup may help encourage hydration, says Lawrence D. Rosen, MD, chair of the Integrative Pediatrics Council, and author of The Whole Child blog. This is important because fevers can contribute to dehydration.鸡汤普通感冒和流感都有鼻塞、咽部不适的感觉,其实这是病毒引起上呼吸道炎症的表现。很多研究已经验了鸡汤的抗感冒作用:鸡汤能够减少呼吸道分泌炎性液体;肉汤和面条内含有碳水化合物,为患者提供能量,患者才不会总是昏昏欲睡;如果在鸡汤里加点蔬菜,营养会更丰富,对提高自身免疫力很有帮助;鸡汤里含有少量的盐,这对感冒病人也是有益的。因为盐里的钠离子可以促进水合作用,而感冒病人发烧时身体往往会脱水。 /201104/131421

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