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宜春韩美整形美容医院预约挂号宜春市韩美整形医院绣眉多少钱宜春市中医院水动力吸脂水动力溶脂减肥水动力溶脂价格 David Gregory: Clinical psychologist Dr. Judith Coche is here with some advice to keep you from dumping a bowl of punch over those bad-gift givers? Dr. Coche, good morning. Thanks for being here. Judith Coche: Good morning. My pleasure. David Gregory: So, the, the whole notion of it being the thought that counts for the holidays is, really nobody buys that anymore, coz' it's just not true, is it? Judith Coche: Well, it isn't "it isn't". I mean giving is actually part of loving. And we want to love well. So when somebody doesn't give us a gift, we very often think that if we have to ask them, it means that we don't love them. David Gregory: That they don't know us well enough, they don't know what we like, you know, what we don't like. Judith Coche: Yes, we shouldn't have to ask, and I think that's wrong, David, I think you can ask somebody what they want. (Really? ) And if I come to you and I say, David, I wanna give you a present. David Gregory: Right. Judith Coche: Is that an OK thing to ask you? David Gregory: Like for an anniversary gift, (Anything, yeah) if you say to your wife, 'if I get you a belt. Is that OK?' (Yeah) Using... Judith Coche: Or a gun rack, right. . Gun rack, Yeah. David Gregory: Yeah. A gun rack, right. Yes. There, a lot people think there , there can be a meaning behind a gift, right? (Yes, sure. ) So, if you get kind of a thoughtless gift or sometimes it doesn't really suit you, you are wondering, am I with a thoughtless person(Right. ) or whether it's your spouse, your girlfriend, boyfriend or a relative. Judith Coche: Right. Giving is actually more about the giver than the receiver and we all know challenged givers. I mean they're all challenged givers. And if somebody is a challenged giver then they are going to give the same bad gift over and over again. So everybody has a bad year. (So, ) But once is once (Right, if you'd better keep it, so ) and a series of onces is not once. Excuses. David Gregory: The question is how, how, should you pretend that you like the gift? To be polite, I guess it depends upon a setting. But if there is somebody that's close to you, at some point, you confront the person and say, you know, this is not getting you down. Judith Coche: Both. (Really? )So, in public, the last thing we are going to do is to say, 'oh this is a terrible gift, why did you give it to me?' (Right. Right. ) because everybody in the room is gonna be really, really uncomfortable. But later, you can go to somebody, especially if you know them well and say, let's talk calmly. Can we please talk about Christmas on the gun rack? You know, wasn't it such a good idea? David Gregory: Okey, let's go though some of you top tips here on the, (Sure. ) for the bad-gift givers to give you something good to (sort of) turn this person around. Eh, accept clumsy gift givers. We just have to accept them from time to time, that, they may not be the... Try to educate, like / you were saying, describe to them. . Judith Coche: Calmly, quietly. In the peace of after the holidays, not during the holidays.David Gregory: OK, evaluate relationships. Accept what you can't change in your gift giver and, and, and finally the holidays are about loving, right? And to give is to love. Judith Coche: Holidays are about loving, awards and all. David Gregory: Right. OK. Important advice. Thanks very much. Judith Coche: My pleasure. David Gregory: Happy holidays. (You too. ) Dr. Judith Coche.200808/46324国家地理:China's Lost Girls 被抛弃的女孩[3]"My real biological mother left me in a basket with me and my sister saying that we were twins and she waited to make sure that we were safe and then my mom right now Betsy, she came to get me in China to adopt me and she took me back to America as, as me as her daughter."How could a mother give away her baby girl? The answer isn't so simple. We drive to the countryside where most abandoned girls are believed to come from. The majority of abandoned girls in China come from the countryside and right now we are in the Guang Dong province and this is where you really see the imbalance between boys and girls. Here it's among the highest in the country. Boys, a lot of boys! No girlfriends? I just asked them in their school if there are more boys or girls, and they said, "of course boys". To learn more, we speak with Wu Shuichang, a village leader. "In the countryside for work do you think families prefer boys or girls?" "Of course, it's better to have a boy." I ask him how many children couples are allowed to have today. "One. Now we can have only one."But what happens if couples have more? "Have two or three? No. They would pay a fine. If they had more, they would pay a fine. That's the way it is. The state will only allow us to have one." "Why do you think people prefer to have sons?""A boy will stay in his own place and work. A girl will marry and leave. It's like that, a boy will always stay here."It's hard to get women to talk openly about the pressure they're under to have sons. But in another village we find Ya Qing who was fined thousands of dollars when she chose to keep her second child, a daughter. "This is Mrs. Ya and she owns a cell phone shop in the countryside. And this is her older son in the red. And her younger daughter whom she paid for. So Mrs. Ya lives here with her husband and two kids.""Around here is feudalistic thinking. Everyone wants to have a son. If your family doesn't have a son, people will look down on you. It's like this because people want to have a son to carry on the family name."When Ya Qing was pregnant her husband warned that he'd send her away if she didn't give him a son. "God! How did it feel when your husband told you that if you didn't have a boy, he'd send you back home?" "I was very angry at the time. Why is a boy so important? A girl is a person..."200709/17505宜春光子美白多少钱

丰城复合彩光祛斑多少钱Twins? Youve only got room for twins?双人间?你们只有双人间?No. We could take a bed out and leave just one in, if you want?也不是,如果你一定要单人间的话,我们可以拿出一张床。Oh that would be perfect.那样最好了。In that case, Id like to go ahead and make a reservation please.这样的话,我就可以给你们发确认函了。Good. How would you like to pay?好的,您想怎样付款呢?Well done Anna for booking the hotel but I have a feeling Toms recommendation may not be as luxurious as he says.做得好,安娜成功地给老板订好了酒店。但我有种感觉,汤姆推荐的这个酒店似乎没有他说的那么好。Lets hear the phrases Anna used when booking a hotel.让我们再来回顾一下安娜订酒店的时候用到的句子吧。Hello, Id like to check availability and prices for a room please.你好,我想查一下有没有空房间以及房间的价格。Does the price include breakfast?价格里面包括早餐吗?Are there any business facilities such as internet and wi fi?有什么商务设施吗,比方说网络或者无线网?Id like to go ahead and make the reservation please.我可以给你们下确认函了。So the room is booked.所以房间已经定好了。I wonder what Mr Socrates will think of it?不知道苏格拉底先生住得还满意吗?Hes a particularly fussy man as well find out next time. Bye!他可以是个很挑剔的人啊,我们下期来看看他的反应吧。再见! /201702/491111宜春妇幼保健院干燥补水美白毛孔粗大嫩肤多少钱 Now you'd think that from a health point of view, lying in a hospital was probably the safest place to be, but More4 News and Channel4 News Online have discovered the number of deaths in hospitals due to medical errors have doubled in the last 2 years. Responding to a Freedom of Information request that was put in by us, the National Patient Safety Agency said from 2004 to 2005, 10 people died as a result of medication errors in hospitals. Fatalities rose the following year, resulting in 16 deaths and increased again last year, killing 21 people. Now that sounds like a small number, but health service managers told us it represents a growing volume of medical negligence cases-cases whose settlement is proving increasingly expensive.Over 406 million pounds was spent out, says paid out last year to claimants and on top of that, another 145 million to, to legal teams defending or fighting these claims. So, it's a lot of money that's not spent on replacing hips and, and doing other vital things. Tonight the Department of Health told More4 News that patient safety was a key priority for the NHS and added, although any avoidable death is one too many, it's important to remember that of the 12 million patients who were admitted to NHS hospitals last year, only 21 deaths were caused by medication incidents. That is 0.0002%. And they added that patient safety was a key priority in the NHS. Well, with me in the studio now to discuss these figures is Peter Walsh from Action Against Medical Accidents, a charity that promotes better patient safety. The NHS have a point ,don't they, with 12 million patients being treated, only 21 people dying from this kind of medical errors. It's apparently to be a slender percentage of deaths, isn't that?Yes, we have to remember that in terms of the proportion of patients treated, it's very small numbers, but actually it's a tragedy of enormous proportions. And the numbers given to you today are probably just the tip of the iceberg, because it's widely accepted that reporting of incidents is far far less than the actual incidents. What can be done though to try and get over the fact that human error is inevitable when treating patients? There'll always be a degree of human error, but what's really disappointing is that there's so much more that the system could do to help reduce the risk of these errors happening in the first place. We want to see more urgency given to design and system solutions. For example, you can design a packaging, and, a labeling of drugs to make it less likely that the wrong drug will be given. Yeah, what kinds of medication error? Is it because a doctor has prescribed the wrong drug or the wrong amount or is it usually because somebody makes a mistake in administering it?It's a whole range of things. It could be that someone makes a mistake in grabbing the wrong ampoule, therefore administering the wrong drug. The drug could be administered to the wrong part of the body. For example, the spine as opposed to being injected into the vein, and or the drug could be given to the wrong patient even, thereby causing a, a massive reaction. You do with these cases all the time. Is there any simple thing that could be done that would prevent more deaths?There's no one single thing. It's a raft of measures. Let's just say, there are designed solutions we can look at. We also need not to put staff in a position that leads them to be in more risk of making an error. We need proper supervision for staff, and we need proper training for staff before they are allowed to administer certain types of drugs. Peter Walsh, thanks for talking to us tonight. Thank you.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------negligence case:【法】 医疗事故 200805/39703宜春市立医院雕眉粉黛眉海藻眉飘眉哪家便宜价格

万载县红蓝光去痘费用UN Says 1 Million Burmese Children at Risk After Cyclone缅甸风灾后可能会有百万儿童染病  A ed Nations agency says that as many as one million children may be at risk of disease following Cyclone Nargis. The concerns come as efforts continue to persuade Burma's military government to grant greater access to international relief agencies. 联合国儿童基金会表示,由于纳尔吉斯强热带风暴的影响,缅甸可能会有多达一百万名儿童感染疾病。与此同时,国际社会继续努力说缅甸军政府当局准许更多的国际救援组织进入灾区。The ed Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, reports that tens of thousands of children are living outdoors, with little shelter from the monsoon rains. 联合国儿童基金会报告说,缅甸目前有成千上万的儿童露宿野外,缺少遮风避雨的设施。Shantha Bloeman, a UNICEF spokeswoman in Thailand, says children make up 30 to 40 percent of the victims of Cyclone Nargis, which hit Burma, also known as Myanmar, two weeks ago.  联合国儿童基金会在泰国的发言人布罗曼说,纳尔吉斯风暴的受难者当中,儿童占百分之三十到百分之四十。纳尔吉斯风暴两个星期前袭击缅甸。"The situation remains dire for children in Myanmar," said Bloeman. "Their physical and emotional well-being is of critical concern. Assessment reports indicate the destruction of homes, schools; water and sanitation systems are unrelenting threats to child survivors." 布罗曼说:“缅甸儿童的情况仍然很糟糕。他们的生理和心理状态最让人关切。评估报告指出,住宅、学校、饮水和卫生系统的毁坏,对幸存的这些儿童造成极大威胁。”Bloeman said Friday the children face diseases such as cholera, and are vulnerable to exploitation and sexual abuse. Aid groups are trying to ensure that children remain with families or relatives to protect them.  布罗曼星期五说,缅甸儿童面临霍乱等疾病的威胁,而且可能被迫为奴或被卖为娼。救援组织现在正努力确保这些幸存的儿童能够和自己家人或亲戚住在一起,接受保护。The ed Nations says up to 2.5 million people were affected by cyclone - the worst natural disaster in Burma in recent times. The official death toll is more than 43,000, but aid organizations estimate it could reach 128,000. 联合国说,受到风暴影响的多达两百到两百五十万人,这是缅甸近年来最严重的一次自然灾害。缅甸官方公布的死亡人数为四万三千多人,但是救援机构估计,实际死亡人数恐怕要多达十二万八千人。Pressure remains on Burma's military to allow international aid agencies greater access to the region to help survivors. A medical team from Thailand was due to arrive Friday to support relief efforts. 缅甸军政府目前继续面临著来自国际社会的压力,要求他们允许更多的国际援助机构进入灾区帮助幸存者。泰国一个医疗队计划星期五抵达缅甸,协助救援工作。Steve Marshall, a spokesman for the U.N. country team in Burma, says that some aid is reaching the region, but it is insufficient. He says a much bigger international effort is needed. 联合国驻缅甸办事处发言人史帝夫.马歇尔表示,一部分援助物资正在抵达灾区,但是远远不够。灾区急需更多的国际援助。"The issue of access in terms of our staff, as I've indicated, they are down there and they are working," said Marshall. "But the size of this for the government for the U.N. or for others actually requires a completely cooperative coordinated approach and it is too big for any one institution on its own to say it can look after things. It is simply too big." 马歇尔说,“就我们办事处的人员来说,他们已经在灾区,并且在参与救援工作了。但是这次灾害涉及的面太大了,因此缅甸政府,联合国,以及组织,各方面需要总体协调起来,单靠一个机构或者组织,是远远不够的。”Aid workers estimate that they have been able to reach less than a third of the storm's victims. 国际救援人员估计,到目前为止,他们能够帮助的灾民不到总数的三分之一。In the coming days, the U.N. humanitarian chief, John Holmes, will arrive in Rangoon to discuss relief efforts with the government. On Monday, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations will meet in Singapore to discuss how to increase aid to Burma, which is a member. 在今后几天,联合国负责人道主义事务的副秘书长约翰.霍姆斯将抵达仰光,与缅甸政府讨论救援工作。下星期一,东盟将在新加坡举行会议,讨论如何加大对缅甸的援助。缅甸是东盟的成员国。 200805/39247 So let's go back to Sheffield to that whole plan by McDonald's to try and burn the waste and the leftovers from their burgers and the packaging to try and turn it all into household energy. Lucy Manning reports from Sheffield.Their ads say their customers are loving it, but what no one much likes is the amount of rubbish McDonald's and other big businesses generate every day. So the Golden Arches are trying to take on a greener tint. A pilot project in Sheffield will see 11 MacDonald's restaurants turn their waste into heat and electricity for local buildings. It works something like this: take a MacDonald's burger, chuck it away, take that and a hundred tons of rubbish each restaurant generates a year. And instead of taking it to a landfill, drive it down the road to an energy recovery plant, mix it up with some of Sheffield's other rubbish, burn it in an incinerator and get electricity and heat.We've got a real serious issue to address here in Britain overall. And that is there is just too much rubbish being buried in the land. There is too much waste going to landfill. I think it's incumbent on big, big businesses, business like McDonald's to try and find innovative solutions ‘coz we all have aspirations to send zero waste to landfill. But bringing that into reality is something of a challenge for us.MacDonald's has done much over the last few years to try and rebrand itself. And now like a lot of other companies, it's choosing to go down the green route. But will my filleted fish, milk shake and chips really make a difference to the planet.The amount of electricity and heat it creates is not gonna be that great. In fact, this entire scheme covering 11 stores is gonna provide the heat and electricity for about 50 homes, that's all, 50 homes. And even if you extended it across the whole of the MacDonald's estate, it would only be 5,000 homes. So it's good, but it's nowhere near enough.What more do you think needs to be done for McDonald's to go green? Well, there is an astonishing fact that they have released, haven't they? They've told us that each store, each individual MacDonald's produces 100 tons of waste a year, that is the most enormous amount of waste. And that what MacDonald's really ought to be working on now is trying to diminish that, trying to cut that to a reasonable level.But MacDonald's says it has tried to minimize packaging and improve recycling. Its delivery vehicles will soon be powered with used cooking oil and it hopes it can lead the way on dealing with waste.One things that MacDonald can't bring is scalability to positive programmes such as this, so if being proven out in its 11-restaurant green city trial, then the potential across 1,200 restaurant estate and across the broader food industry and general commercial waste is huge.But there're only around 20 of these energy recovery plants across the country and unless more are built, that's going to mean long drives for the rubbish, reversing any green benefits and green campaigners say no matter how hard MacDonald's tries to be environmentally-friendly, the fact (that) its core product is beef means it will always struggle. The vegetarian society has launched this campaign, warning people about what it calls the dangerous emissions from cattle, more deadly it says than the effect on climate change of the transport system across the world, but this link between diet and global warming may be more difficult for the Big-Mac-Generation to stomach.200805/39907宜春韩美医院额部额头额下颏要多少费用宜春上高县中人民医院朝天鼻宽鼻大鼻头大鼻子要多少费用

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