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129 foods that can serve as the basis of your Healthiest Way of Eating. Links to the articles about these foods can be found below.Of course, there are many other nutritious foods other than those that we have included on our list that we feel are wonderful, health-promoting foods; if there are other whole foods - such as fruits, vegetables, nuts/seeds, whole grains, etc - that you like, by all means enjoy them. Just because a food is not on our list doesn't mean that we don't think that it can be included in a diet geared towards the Healthiest Way of Eating as long as it is a whole, natural, nutrient-rich food.To find out why some of your favorite nutritious foods are not included in our list, The Criteria Used to Select the World's Healthiest Foods.VegetablesAsparagusAvocadosBeetsBell peppersBroccoliBrussels sproutsCabbageCarrotsCauliflowerCeleryCollard greensCucumbersEggplantFennelGarlicGreen beansGreen peasKaleLeeksMushrooms, criminiMushrooms, shiitakeMustard greensOlivesOnionsPotatoesRomaine lettuceSea vegetablesSpinachSquash, summerSquash, winterSweet potatoesSwiss chardTomatoesTurnip greensYamsSeafood /200809/48999。

I’m wondering if the lack of human intervention changes us a little bit on the inside. A little bit of seclusion never hurt anyone, but homeworkers deal with something completely different. I found this study that further confirms my suspicions:In-person contact stimulates an emotional reaction,” explains Lawrence Honig, a neurologist at Columbia-Presbyterian Eastside, a New York hospital. Bonding hormones are higher when people are face-to-face. And some scientists think face-to-face contact stimulates dopamine, the attention and pleasure neurotransmitter, and serotonin, the neurotransmitter that reduces fear and worry.It’s hard to interact with people when there’s no one at home!So my question is this: Have you home workers noticed any changes in your mood, perception, or work styles without as much human contact? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. 我一直想知道人际沟通的缺乏是否会让我们的内心深处有了些许改变呢.些许的自闭不曾能够伤害任何人,但是对于在家里工作人的来说是完全不同的.随着对这个问题的研究更加深了我的怀疑:纽约曼哈顿东区哥伦比亚长老会一家医院的神经科专门医师劳伦斯.赫尔穆特认为,亲自体验能够刺绪上的反应.面对面交流的时候,荷尔蒙粘合性更高.而且有一些科学家认为面对面的接触会刺激多巴胺,注意力和兴奋神经传递介质以及血清素,即一种能够减少恐惧和担心的神经传递介质.除了自己,家里没有其他人的时候就很难有机会与人交流.所以我的问题就是在家工作的人是否已经注意到你们在情绪,知觉或工作方式方面的任何改变,而这些改变正是由于缺乏这种人际沟通所产生的?我非常乐意听取你们在以下中的想法. /200811/56279。

After an entire century that included two high-profile government investigations and countless books and movies, we#39;re still debating what really caused the Titanic to hit an iceberg and sink on that crystal-clear chilly night.泰坦尼克号沉没一百周年之际,我们仍然在讨论是什么原因使它在如此晴朗而寒冷的夜晚撞上了冰山,沉没海底。这一百年间,关于沉船事故已经进行了两次知名的政府调查,还有无数的书籍和电影问世。Maybe there#39;s more to blame than human folly and hubris. Maybe we can fault freak atmospheric conditions that caused a mirage or an even rarer astronomical event that sent icebergs into shipping lanes. Those are two of the newer theories being proposed by a Titanic author and a team of astronomers.也许除了人们的愚蠢和傲慢自大,事故还有其它原因。也许我们可以归罪于反常的大气状况导致出现了海市蜃楼,或是更加稀奇的天文现象使得冰山进入了航线。这些是一位泰坦尼克号的作者和几位天文学家提出的两种最新理论。New theories and research are important ;but at its most basic what happened is they failed to heed warnings and they hit the iceberg because they were going too fast,; said James Delgado, director of maritime heritage at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.海洋和大气的海事遗产主管詹姆斯-迪加多说,新的理论和研究很重要,“但发生的最基本的事实是,船员没能留心警报,而且由于船速过快而撞上了冰山。”One of the novel new theories says Titanic could have been the victim of a mirage that is similar to what people see in the desert. It#39;s the brainchild of Tim Maltin, a historian who has written three books about Titanic.最新的一种理论认为,泰坦尼克号事故有可能是海市蜃楼导致的,就像人们在沙漠里看到的那样。这一理论出自历史学家蒂姆-马丁,他已经写了三本有关泰坦尼克号的著作。The unusually cold sea air caused light to bend abnormally downward, Maltin said. The Titanic#39;s first officer, William McMaster Murdoch, saw what he described as a ;haze on the horizon, and that iceberg came right out of the haze,; Maltin said, ing from the surviving second officer#39;s testimony.马丁说,异常寒冷的海洋空气使得光线反常地向下弯曲。根据幸存的第二副驾驶的词,泰坦尼克号的大副威廉-麦克马斯特-默多克描述称,他看到了“海平面上的阴霾,而冰山正好从阴霾中出现”。Other ships, including those rescuing survivors, reported similar strange visuals and had trouble navigating around the icebergs, he said.其它船只,包括幸存者,也报告称看到了类似的奇异景象,而且在冰山附近驾驶船只时感觉难以操纵。British meteorologists later monitored the site for those freaky thermal inversions and said 60 percent of the time they checked, the inversions were present, Maltin said.马丁说,英国气象学家随后在该地对这一奇异的逆温现象进行了监测,结果在60%的监测时间里,都存在这种逆温现象。The same inversions could have made the Titanic#39;s rescue rockets appear lower in the sky, giving a rescue ship the impression that the Titanic was smaller and farther away, Maltin said.马丁还说,这一逆温现象也使泰坦尼克号发射的遇难信号弹看起来比天空更低,使得救援船只产生了错觉,以为泰坦尼克号体积更小,距离也更远。Physicists Donald Olson and Russell Doescher at Texas State University have another theory in Sky amp;Telescope magazine that fits nicely with Maltin#39;s. Olson — who often comes up with astronomical quirks linked to historical events — said that a few months earlier, the moon, sun and Earth lined up in a way that added extra pull on Earth#39;s tides. The Earth was closer to the moon than it had been in 1,400 years.美国德州州立大学的物理学家唐纳德-奥森和罗素-多斯彻在《天空与望远镜》杂志上发表了另一种理论,和马丁的说法恰好吻合。奥森说,事发几个月前,月亮、太阳和地球的排列方式增大了地球的潮汐力。当时地球和月亮之间的距离是1400年以来的最短距离。奥森经常将历史事件和天文异象联系起来。The unusual tides caused glaciers to calve icebergs off Greenland. Those southbound icebergs got stuck near Labrador and Newfoundland but then slowly moved south again, floating into the shipping currents just in time to greet the Titanic, the astronomers theorized. Maltin said the icebergs also added a snaking river of super-cold water that magnified the mirage effect.这种不寻常的潮汐使得格陵兰的冰川崩裂成冰山。这些向南漂移的冰山卡在了拉布拉多和纽芬兰一带海域,之后再次缓慢南移,漂移到了航流上,正好遇到泰坦尼克号。马丁表示这些冰山也使海面出现了蜿蜒的超级冰冷的水流,放大了海市蜃楼效应。 /201204/177697。

Surprises often come in boxes. Birthday presents wrapped in colorful paper, brown paper packages mailed from a friend. No matter what kind of box it is, people like to open it up and see what's inside. In America, and in many other countries, one special kind of box contains the future. It's called a ballot box. What people put into the box on election day can change the course of history. 惊奇常常是在箱子里出现:包在色包装纸里面的生日礼物…朋友寄来牛皮纸包的包裹…不论是怎样的箱子,人们喜欢打开来看看里面是什么。在美国以及其它许多国家,有一个特殊的箱子关系着未来,称为投票箱。人们在选举日投在箱子里的东西可以改变历史的走向。 Elections are the lifeblood of a democracy. The word democracy literally means "the people rule," an important concept in America's history. In the mid-1700s, England began passing laws that made the American colonies angry. The colonists had to pay more and more taxes and enjoyed less and less freedom. They felt the government of England didn't represent their interests. On July 4, 1776, the colonies declared their independence from England. They wanted to establish a democracy where people could have a voice in government. 选举是民主的原动力。民主这个字照字面的意思是“人民自主”,是美国历史中一个重要的观念。十八世纪中期,英国开始通过一些使美国殖民地愤怒的法律。殖民地人民必须付愈来愈多的税,享有愈来愈少的自由。他们感到英国政府没有代表他们的权益。一七七六年七月四日,殖民地宣布脱离英国独立。他们想要建立民主制度,使人们在政府中有发言权。 An effective democracy holds regular elections. In America, elections are held every two years for members of Congress. In these elections, all seats in the House of Representatives and one-third of the Senate seats are up for grabs. In addition, every four years, voters go to the polls to elect the nation's president and vice-president. Voters also regularly cast their ballots for state and city government leaders and local school board members. Sometimes they also have to vote on a proposed law. 有效的民主制度定期举行选举。在美国,每两年选一次国会议员。在这些选举中,人们可以争取所有众议院的席位和三分之一的参议院席位。除此以外,选民每四年去投票所选出国家的总统和副总统。选民也定期投票选出州长、市长及当地学校的董事会成员。有时他们也必须投票决定提议的法律。 /201109/155029。

Housework 'makes British men more attractive'摘要:新的调查显示,英国男人因为更愿意干家务而成为世界上最好的丈夫之一。British men make some of the best husbands in the world because they are more willing to do housework, new research suggests.Experts claim that women are more attracted to men if they believe they will help out with household chores and make an equal contribution towards childcare.The study, which looked at relationships in 13 countries, ranked British men as the third most likely to win women's hearts through their apparent commitment to domestic life.Swedes and Norwegians topped the table while Australian men – stereotyped for their love of beer, sport, and the great outdoors – came in last, rated as the least attractive in terms of pulling their weight around the house.The Oxford University study examined marriage and cohabitation rates across the developed world and compared them to attitudes towards the roles of men and women at home.Researchers questioned 13,500 men and women aged between 20 and 45 from each country about gender, housework and childcare responsibilities.Based on their responses, each country was given a rating on an "egalitarian index", which was then compared against the number of couples living together.The study found there was a correlation between the ratings on the index and proportion of citizens who were married or shared their home with a partner.Women in less egalitarian countries were found to be between 20 and 50 per cent less likely to settle down with a man.Dr Almudena Seville-Sanz, of the university's Centre for Time Use Research, said: "This study shows that in egalitarian countries there is less social stigma attached to men doing what was traditionally women's work."This leads to men in egalitarian societies taking on more of a domestic role so the likelihood of forming a harmonious household becomes greater, resulting in a higher proportion of couples setting up households in these countries."However, while the study suggested that women favour men who are willing to treat them as equals, it also found that men themselves placed less value on the quality in the opposite sex.The full list of countries' rankings on the egalitarian index is as follows:1. Sweden2. Norway3. Great Britain4. ed States5. Northern Ireland6. Netherlands7. Republic of Ireland8. Spain9. New Zealand10.Japan11. Germany12. Austria13. Australia /200908/80383。

A woman answered her front door and found two boys holding a list. "Lady," one of them explained, "we are on a treasure hunt, and we need three grains of wheat, a pork-chop bone and a piece of used carbon paper to earn a dollar. ""Wow," the woman replied, "who sent you on such a challenging hunt?" "Our baby-sitter's boyfriend. "一个妇人打开前门,看到两个男孩手里拿着一张字条。“夫人,”其中一个解释道,“我们在寻宝。我们需要三颗麦粒、一块猪排骨、一张用过的复写纸来挣一美元。”“哦,”那位妇女回答道:“谁让你们作这样富有挑战性的搜寻的?” 男孩们回答道 “是我们保姆的男朋友。” /201106/139893。

I#39;ve always known my father was an important man. He is, after all, the president of the ed States. But the other day, as I was running around on the playground, a thought suddenly occurred to me, a horrible realization that stopped me dead in my tracks: There are people out there who want to kill my dad. My dad. The man who is raising me, who asks me how school is every day, who takes me to soccer games and s me stories when I can#39;t fall asleep at night. People want to murder him. They want to murder my father.我知道我爸爸一直是个重要人物。毕竟,他是美国总统。但是,某天我在操场上跑步的时候,一个想法突然掠过我脑海,它是个如此令人恐惧的发现,以至于我当时就停下了脚步,楞站在跑道上:有人想杀我爸爸,我的爸爸。那个抚养我长大,每天问我“今天在学校过得如何”,带我去看足球比赛,以及在我枕边读故事哄我入睡的爸爸。有人想谋杀他。有人想谋杀我的爸爸。Doesn#39;t really get more fucked up than that, now, does it?还有什么能比这更糟糕?When we first moved into the White House I was only 7 years old, too young to know that people wanted my dad dead. And I#39;ll tell you what, I was a lot happier then. Now that I#39;m a little older, though, it#39;s all becoming pretty clear. There aren#39;t just four or five people who want my dad dead. Tons of people want to murder him. Tons. People in this country, people in other countries. The bottom line-and this is the cold, hard reality that I now fully understand-is that every second of every day, people are thinking of ways to kill the person I love and admire more than anyone in the world.当我们一家刚搬进白宫的时候,我才七岁,对有人想谋杀我爸爸这点毫无意识。然而,说实话,那时的我比现在快乐得多。如今我长大了点儿,而现实清楚地摆在眼前。希望我爸爸死的人并不只有4、5个,而有成千上万个!成千上万个在美国的,或是在国外的人,都有。如今我终于明白了这个冰冷又残酷的现实——每一天,每一秒钟,都有人在琢磨着如何将这个全世界我最爱、最崇拜的人杀死。Meanwhile, no one is plotting the murder of, say, my friend Amanda#39;s dad. He#39;s a computer technician. No one is trying to assassinate a computer technician. At no point in Amanda#39;s day will she experience a rush of crippling panic due to the fact that, at any moment, a psycho wielding a semiautomatic weapon could step out of the shadows and unload an entire clip into her father#39;s chest, killing him right on the spot.与此同时,却没有人策划如何杀死我朋友阿曼达的父亲。他是个电脑技术人员。没人会想杀一个电脑技术人员。在阿曼达的生活里,她永远不会经历那种突如其来的巨大恐惧感,那种“突然间,她的父亲就被暗中埋伏的神经病拿着的半自动武器击穿胸膛,立时毙命”的恐惧。That#39;s just true. You can try to comfort me all you want, but you know damn well that#39;s just a fact.这是实话。无论你如何安慰我,你也很清楚,事情就是这样。Here#39;s another awful thing I#39;ve finally started to understand: The chances of somebody killing my father are so high that there is an entire force of men and women whose singular responsibility is to prevent that from happening. These people are specially trained. They create intricate plans specifically designed to protect my father, because no matter where he goes, somebody in the area probably wants to kill him. And look, I#39;m not some naiuml;ve little girl anymore. I can get on the Internet. I can research American presidents. I know damn well the Secret Service doesn#39;t always succeed. Ronald Reagan almost died, and he had a daughter just like me.我还渐渐明白了另一个令人恐惧的事实:由于我父亲被谋杀的几率实在太高,以至于专门有一由男男女女组成的队伍,他们的使命很简单:防止此类事件发生。这些人员都经过特殊训练。他们设计错综复杂的方案来保护我父亲的人身安全,因为无论他走到哪里,都有被暗处的人谋杀的可能性。我已经不是个幼稚的小姑娘了,我会上网,会搜索“美国历届总统”。我很清楚特勤局并不会永远都成功。里根总统差点被杀死,他和我爸爸一样,有一个像我这个年纪的女儿。Also, I know exactly who John F. Kennedy is now. And I know exactly what happened to him.我还知道约翰-肯尼迪先生是谁,我也知道了发生在他身上的事情。So, as this was all starting to sink in-and I was pretty shocked, as you can probably imagine-it occurred to me that I have my own Secret Service detail, which means there are also people who want me dead. They want me, an 11-year-old little girl, dead. Same goes for my mom and big sister. I mean, shit, they want to kill my whole family.所以,当这些真相慢慢开始充斥我的脑海,我变得非常恐惧。我也有自己的专属特勤局保镖,而这说明了有人想要我的命。对,有人想杀我,杀一个才11岁的小姑娘。我母亲和我也未能幸免于此。他妈的,这些人想要我们全家的命。And you want to know what the worst part is? I have no idea where my dad is right now. I haven#39;t seen him all day. For all I know, he could be waving to a crowd of supporters at this very moment while some guy on a rooftop 2,000 feet away has his head in the scope of a high-powered rifle, just waiting for the perfect moment to splatter his brains all over the stage.你知道最糟糕的是什么吗?最糟糕的是,我连我爸现在在哪里都不知道。我已经一整天没见他了。他很有可能正在跟一大群持者挥手,而这时一个隐匿在2000英尺外屋顶上的家伙,正在用大火力来复对着我爹的脑袋,伺机等待着那个最佳的时刻,来扣动扳机,让我爹的脑浆涂满一地。Put yourself in my shoes for a second. Imagine you#39;re standing next to your dad, holding his hand and smiling, when all of a sudden a bullet pierces through his skull and drenches your sundress in blood.设身处地为我想想。假如你是我,站在自己爸爸的身边,拉着他的手微笑着,而突然间,一颗子弹穿透了他的颅骨,而你的背心裙瞬间被他的鲜血染透。Seriously, do you have any idea how messed up that is?你能想象这是多么令人绝望的场景吗?And I#39;m not operating under the misconception that all these people are going to get caught someday or just eventually give up. The most depressing thing is this will be going on for the rest of my life. Twenty years from now, when I#39;m living far away and have kids of my own, I could get a call from my mom with the news that Dad is dead. That he was blown to bits by a bomb in his car, and that they just barely found enough charred remains to identify the body.我不会自欺欺人地认为这些谋杀者会被抓住,或放弃暗杀我爸的计划。最让人沮丧的是,这样的恐惧将伴随我一生。20年后,当我离家,在遥远的地方安居乐业,生儿育女,我可能会接到妈妈的电话,告诉我爸爸死了。比如,他被暗藏在轿车里的炸弹炸得碎尸万段,而尸检部门仅仅能依据残缺的碎片来实我爸的身份。Well, great. I#39;m glad I finally figured all that out. Here#39;s to a wonderful life, Sasha. I guess I#39;ll just go outside now and play without a goddamn care in the whole fucked-up world.哈,很好,我很高兴现在终于明白了一切。萨沙,举杯赞美这“美好”的人生吧!我打算现在就出门大玩特玩,再也不去理会、不去想这操蛋的世界。 /201207/192572。

导言:“淑商”顾名思义,就是淑女商(gentlewoman ient)。“淑”这个字,在中国古代泛指心地善良,性格温柔,具有这样“淑”的女性能让男人产生强烈的“与之相伴,长相厮守”的愿望。   Modern men prefer a woman to have more merits than just being gentle and having good manners. The ideal woman should also be well-educated, funny, psychologically and financially independent, for example. However, the question is how many men deserve a lady of such a high gentlewoman ient.  在现代社会,女子要得到男士青睐,除了要温柔、知书达理外,还需要具备很多别的优点。男人们心中理想的女人应该是,受过良好教育、风趣、心理和经济都很独立,等等。可现在的问题是,有多少男人配得上如此高淑商(gentlewoman ient)的女子呢?  Here are 10 traits that make up a perfect gentlewoman:  以下是构成完美淑女的十个条件:  1. Being beautiful and virtuous—a basic requirement for all gentlewomen.  美丽贤惠——古今淑女的基本条件。  2. Being independent and having her own ideas, which may save tons of trouble for men.  独立有主见,省去男人为其事事操心的麻烦。  3. Being humorous, not keeping a straight face while everyone else is laughing at a joke.  富有幽默感,不会在开玩笑时板着脸。  4. Being capable of adjusting herself to various circumstances and undergoing blows from life.  有较强的适应能力,能遭受现代生活的种种打击。  5. Having an attractive and warm appearance, with an adorable smile.  既有靓丽甚至惹火的外表,也有可爱的微笑。  6. Being able to maintain the balance between work and family.  能掌握好事业与家庭的平衡。  7. Having a driver’s license, a valid passport and a blog of her own.  有一张驾照,一本有效私人护照。有自己的客地址。  8. Enjoying her native culture and fondness for her mother tongue, at the same time, being capable of speaking at least two foreign languages.  喜欢自己的母语文化,但至少掌握两门外语。  9. Owning a certain amount of products from international brands, such as Chanel perfume or Dior cosmetics.  拥有一两件或者更多国际品牌的东西——比如香奈儿香水、迪奥化妆品等。  10. Having her private space and wealth regardless of whether she will get married.  无论是否走进婚姻,都有属于自己的私密时空和财富。 /201107/145057。

13 Years Will Smith Jada Pinkett Smith — December 31, 1997Quotes about the Love and Marriage — Will: "Families are like a business. The key is one person having a vision of what it needs to be and being able to pull everyone together. That's Jada for sure."13年婚姻:史密斯夫妇婚姻之道——威尔·史密斯:经营家庭就像做生意。关键在于有一个人能够纵观全局,了解需求,将所有人有力地组织起来。我妻子就是这样一个人。17 Years Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley — November 13 1993Quotes about the Love and Marriage — Michelle Pfeiffer: "Compatibility is important, and respect. Because that's sexy to me. We're both homebodies. I'm not sure about the opposites thing. It may attract initially, but it's what eventually breaks people apart."17年婚姻:米歇尔·菲佛与大卫·E·凯利婚姻之道——米歇尔·菲佛:相互包容很重要,彼此尊重也一样。其实这样很性感。我们都是恋家的人。我觉得相互对立不靠谱,一开始可能会很吸引人,但是最终会让人分道扬镳。18 Years Warren Beatty and Annette Bening — March 10, 1992Quotes about the Love and Marriage — Annette Bening: You’ve got to make peace with it. By and large it’s okay. You’re an object of people’s projections, certainly with my husband being so famous for so many years. That’s out of your control.18年婚姻:安妮特·贝宁与沃伦·贝蒂婚姻之道——安妮特·贝宁:心平气和一点儿。总的来说没什么大不了的。你是人们议论的一个话题而已,我老公红了那么多年已经是即成的现实。这又不是我能掌控的。19 Years Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw — October 12 1991Quotes about the Love and Marriage — Steven Spielberg: "I’ve stayed in my marriage this long because I never disagree with my wife. Whatever she says is the right choice."19年婚姻:斯皮尔伯格夫妇婚姻之道——史蒂芬·斯皮尔伯格:我们的婚姻之所以能这么长久,完全是因为我们没有意见相左的时候。老婆说什么都是对的。 /201105/137086。