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兴国妇幼保健院治疗前列腺炎哪家医院最好赣州全南人民医院在哪里CNN's Eunice Yoon reports on the developing world's position in the debate over who is to blame for rising food prices.In India, Food Courts, packed with middle class families, these days eating bigger meals more frequently with greater choice. To Anshul Singhal, it's a sign of the good economic times. “So it's people who are poor, and the poor are getting rich and they can afford food for two times a day.” But some point to this prosperity, as one key cause of record high food prices. New economic power houses, like China and India are often blamed, at least in part for the current food crisis. US president George. W. Bush had pointed to growing consumer demand in India as one reason prices are going up. But many in this part of the world say the real gluttons are: Certainly the rich countries, they not only consume much more, the amount of food that you waste is just huge. He might have a point. According to a report by the Food and Agriculture Organization, the average American eats 3,770 calories of food a day, compared to 2,940 calories in China or 2,440 calories in India. Americans are also some of the biggest consumers of beef, a food that takes a lot of energy to produce. Chinese agriculturalist Zhouli goes as far as to call the ed States a e "food imperialist ". Li says American food aid and farm subsidies discourage farmers in poorer countries from raising their own crops. Some also blame high food prices on the international push to use grain as fuel for cars instead of food for people. American Agro-economist Lester Brown agrees and says he's not surprised / the debate over food is turning ugly. "What we are now seeing is the emergence of a politics of food scarcity, unlike anything we've seen before." And many food experts say that the blame game is set to get even uglier as nations battle it out in this global food fight/. Eunice Yoon,CNN, Beijing.200812/59268赣州市龙南县程龙镇卫生院有治疗前列腺炎吗 Senior US Diplomat Travels to Africa for Talks on Congo Violence美国高官赴金沙萨谈刚果暴力事件 Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is sending the top U.S. diplomat for Africa to Kinshasa for talks on the violence and humanitarian crisis in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the DRC. Assistant Secretary for State for African Affairs Jendayi Frazer will also have talks with Rwandan officials. 美国国务卿赖斯派遣美国非洲问题高级外交官前往金沙萨,就刚果民主共和国东部省份的暴力事件和人道主义危机举行会谈。国务院非洲事务助理国务卿延达伊·弗雷泽还将跟卢旺达官员举行会谈。The decision to send Frazer to the area reflects growing U.S. concern about the resurgence of violence in the eastern DRC, which has displaced tens of thousands of people in an area where humanitarian conditions are aly tenuous. 派遣弗雷泽前往非洲的决定反映出美国对刚果民主共和国东部地区重新爆发暴力事件的日益关切,该地区的人道主义形势已经非常脆弱,最近的暴力冲突又造成当地数万人流离失所。The assistant secretary of state, who attended a meeting in Nairobi this week on the situation in Somalia, is due in the DRC capital Thursday, and will either go on to Kigali or hold telephone talks with Rwandan leaders. 助理国务卿弗雷泽这个星期在内罗毕出席索马里局势问题的会议,他定于星期四抵达刚果民主共和国首都,接着可能会前往卢旺达首都基加利或者跟卢旺达领导人举行电话会谈。Fighting in the eastern DRC, under way on and off for more than a decade, has surged in recent weeks with clashes between a rebel group and the Congolese army, and U.N. peacekeepers caught in the crossfire. 刚果民主共和国东部正在进行的战斗断断续续持续了十多年,但是最近几个星期战斗有所加剧,一个反叛组织跟刚果政府军之间冲突的同时,联合国维和部队也卷入了战斗。At a news briefing, State Department Spokesman Sean McCormack said Rice dispatched Frazer to Kinshasa after telephone contacts with, among others, Belgian Foreign Minister Karel De Gucht. 国务院发言人麦科马克在新闻发布会上说,赖斯跟比利时外交大臣卡雷尔·德古特等人通过电话磋商后决定派弗雷泽前往非洲。He said Frazer, in her discussions with officials of the DRC and Rwanda, will explore ways to defuse regional tensions. 麦科马克说,弗雷泽跟刚果民主共和国以及卢旺达官员会谈时将探讨缓和地区紧张状态的途径。He added, "A lot of these tensions result from various ethnic groups in those regions, in the Great Lakes region, as well tensions that exist between Rwanda and the DRC. So we are working to try to, as best we can, minimize those tensions, work the political side, support the U.N. in its efforts to get more troops in there and get more capabilities in there. That's a U.N. process but we support them in doing that." 麦科马克说:“许多紧张关系源于大湖地区中那些地带的少数民族群体,以及卢旺达和刚果民主共和国之间存在的紧张关系。因此,我们现在就要尽最大力量争取把这些紧张关系减少到最低程度,在政治层面进行努力,持联合国在该地区增派军队加强战斗力的努力。那是联合国的工作程序,但是我们持他们的工作。”A State Department statement issued late Tuesday expressed deep U.S. concern about the worsening humanitarian situation in the eastern DRC, and called for all parties to meet commitments to recent cease-fire and renunciation of force agreements. 美国国务院星期二晚间发表的声明中表达了美国对刚果民主共和国东部日益恶化的人道主义局势的深切忧虑,声明呼吁所有各方遵守承诺,执行最近达成的停火和放弃武力的协议。It specifically urged the ethnic-Tutsi Congolese rebel group led by renegade general Laurent Nkunda - the CNDP - to avoid further fighting, rescind its call for open revolt against the DRC, and resume talks with the democratically elected and internationally recognized government in Kinshasa.The State Department called for the mainly ethnic-Hutu rebel group active in the area - the FDLR - to also lay down its arms, disband and demobilize.A senior official who spoke to reporters here said U.S. officials are concerned about reports of outside support for rebels in Congo, from Rwanda among other places. Tuesday's statement called for all the countries of the Great Lakes region to work together to enhance stability and respect each other's sovereignty. The senior official said the U.S. Agency for International Development is considering ways to get additional relief aid into the area but that the fighting makes deliveries very difficult. 美国一位资深官员对记者说,美国国际开发署正在考虑向上述地区提供更多的救援物资,但是那里的战斗让救援物资的运送非常困难。200810/54477近来,一种神秘的“布鲁里溃疡”疾病开始在非洲迅速蔓延。这种病摧残人的身体,使患处的肌肉不断掉下,其病状惨不忍睹。因为人们对其病因、病菌藏身处、传播方式等等还一无所知,也没有任何药品能够有效地治愈它。因而它严重地威胁着人们的健康,制约着经济的发展。在疫区,人们把它叫做“新型麻风病”。 Buruli ulcer is a bacterial disease that eats away muscle tissue. People can become disabled. They may even need to have an arm or leg removed. Buruli ulcer disease can be easily treated with antibiotics. Yet people often do not get medical help until the damage aly has been done。Doctor Alexander Tiendrebeogo from the World Health Organization says the disease causes no pain at first. The condition usually begins as a swelling on the skin. Then large ulcers form. These breaks destroy skin and soft tissue, sometimes all the way down to the bone. Buruli ulcer is a disease found in tropical climates. It belongs to the same family of bacteria as those that cause tuberculosis and Hansen's disease, also known as leprosy.Cases have been reported in Africa, the Americas, Asia and the western Pacific. At least thirty nations have had cases of Buruli ulcer disease. But experts say this condition has not gotten as much attention as it should. It was just discussed during an international health conference held in Benin. Benin, Ghana and Ivory Coast have thousands of current cases of Buruli ulcer disease. Health officials believe other countries in West Africa have unreported cases.Scientists are not sure how Buruli ulcer disease sps or even how it develops in nature. They suspect it may involve mosquitoes or other organisms that live in water. A British doctor reported the first cases of what was probably Buruli ulcer in eighteen ninety-seven in Uganda. Sir Albert Cook of the Church Missionary Society described the condition in patients at his Mengo Hospital in Kampala. In nineteen forty-eight, Peter MacCallum and other scientists in Australia reported six cases near Melbourne. They also identified the bacterium that causes Buruli ulcer. The first complete genetic map was published in two thousand seven. That genome may lead to better treatment and control of the disease. Public health officials hope that a treatment can be developed that does not require injections. If people could take the medicine by mouth, they would not need to travel to health clinics. In the nineteen sixties there were many cases in an area then called Buruli County in Uganda. That explains the name Buruli ulcer, the most commonly used name for the disease.04/66605赣州男子医院在哪里

信丰妇幼保健院治疗包皮包茎哪家医院最好The tantalizing mysteries of Stonehenge may have come one step closer toward being solved. New radiocarbon dates of human cremation burials there indicate that Stonehenge was used as a cemetery from its inception just after 3,000 until well after the large sarsen stones went up around 2,500 . Archeologist Mike Parker Pearson has a new theory that Stonehenge was just half of a large religious complex and also functioned as a huge cemetery."Stonehenge is full of burials. It's our biggest cremation cemetery from that time." With National Geographic's support, Mike Parker Pearson leads the Stonehenge Riverside Project. Parker Pearson's teams excavating the plain surrounding Stonehenge have discovered the largest Stone Age settlement found in northern Europe."We knew this was a big village, and I was thinking maybe a few hundred houses. But what we found out this year is that it was really big. We are looking at well over a thousand houses."Parker Pearson suspects this was the lost city of the builders of Stonehenge."I think what we are seeing is a community that are bringing all their stock with them coming here for short parts of the year. This isn't a full-time permanent settlement."He has found evidence that people came here to celebrate an important event in their calendar, the longest day of the year, the midsummer solstice. He believes they used Stonehenge as a monument to the death.Perhaps on the same day, less than two miles away at Durrington Walls the ancient Britons celebrated life. Here a vast circular earthwork known as a henge dominates the landscape. It's 20 times larger than Stonehenge and was surrounded by a ditch and bank 18 feet deep and 30 feet wide.In new excavations outside the henge of Durrington walls, archeologists found remains of houses from the third millennium . Among the most remarkable discoveries are the remains of an oval-shaped hearth with two thick grooves visible in the floor where the person who did the cooking kneeled."The thing that really got my imagination going was the, the knee holes that you get by the hearth over there. And that, that just triggers the imagination of someone everyday sitting by the fire to cook or tend to the hearth, and little things out there really get your imagination going."Parker Pearson hopes to find more clues to the Stonehenge mystery over the final three years of the excavation project. His findings are featured in the June issue of National Geographic Magazine and revealed in a National Geographic Channel special Stonehenge Decoded premiering Sunday June 1st. Check local listings.Notes:Stonehendge: a group of very large, tall stones that are arranged into a large circle with a smaller circle inside it, which stand on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, southern England. People think that they were put there about 4000 years ago and were used for studying the movements of the Sun, Moon, and stars. Some people also believe that they were used by the Druids (ancient priests before the Christian period) in religious ceremonies. inception: the beginning of somethingSarsen stones: stone blocks found in quantity on Salisbury Plain, the Marlborough Downs, in Kent, and in smaller quantities in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Dorset and Hampshire. They are the remains of a cap of tertiary sandstone which once covered much of southern England.Vocabulary Mix:cremation: the reduction of a corpse to ashes as a way of disposing of it200811/56270兴国县城效医院官网专家在线咨询 Sri Lanka Expelling Senior UN Official斯里兰卡政府驱逐联合国官员  Sri Lanka's government is ordering the spokesman for the U.N. Children's Fund to leave the country. Our correspondent reports the expulsion stems from comments by the official that appeared in the international media in recent months.斯里兰卡政府下令联合国儿童基金会发言人离境。这位发言人因最近几个月在国际媒体上发表的而被驱逐。The ed Nations confirms the spokesman for UNICEF in Sri Lanka has been ordered to leave for what the government says were adverse remarks he made. 联合国实,联合国儿童基金会驻斯里兰卡发言人艾尔德已经接到令他离境的通知,因为,斯里兰卡政府说,他发表了有害的言论。The visa for James Elder, an Australian, has been canceled effective Monday (Sept. 7), but officials say after an appeal from the ed Nations he will be allowed to stay there under September 21. 詹姆士.艾尔德是澳大利亚人,他在斯里兰卡的签被取消,于9月7日生效。但是有关官员说,在联合国提出申诉后,艾尔德被获准在斯里兰卡停留到9月21日。Such an expulsion involving the ed Nations is unusual, according to UNICEF regional communications chief Sarah Crowe. 联合国儿童基金会区域传媒负责人科洛说,涉及联合国官员的驱逐事件,十分罕见。"It is somewhat rare," said Sarah Crowe. "We do work in many sensitive parts of the world and we are in more than 140 countries. We are there, of course, at the request and the invitation of any government."“这种情况有些罕见。我们在世界很多敏感地区工作,我们的工作地点遍及140多个国家。当然,我们是应任何政府的要求和邀请而到这些国家工作的。”Sri Lanka this year tightly controlled media coverage of fighting that led to the defeat of the rebel Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.斯里兰卡今年收紧媒体对战事的报导。泰米尔伊拉姆猛虎解放组织在战斗中被打败。The government also harshly criticized correspondents, international organizations and aid workers who it perceived of having a bias against it and sympathy for the rebels. 斯里兰卡政府严厉批评那些在他们看来对斯里兰卡政府有偏见,同情反政府武装的记者、国际组织和救援人员。Four months ago Elder spoke about what he called the "unimaginable hell" suffered by Tamil children caught in the conflict. 四个月前,艾尔德曾提到卷入冲突的泰米尔儿童蒙受“难以想像的地狱般”的处境。UNICEF's Crowe, speaking to VOA from Nepal, contends the agency did not take sides. 联合国儿童基金会的科洛从尼泊尔对美国之音说,联合国儿童基金会不偏袒任何一方。"No, I believe certainly UNICEF's voice has remained one of impartial advocacy," she said. "And we will continue to do that, no matter what the circumstances are. And that voice of impartial advocacy has to be on behalf of those who are most vulnerable and who do not have a voice." 科洛说:“我当然认为,联合国儿童基金会发出的呼声一直是公正的。无论情况如何,我们都将继续这样做。这种公正的呼声必须代表那些最弱势的人们,那些毫无发言权的人们。”During the military's final offensive to crush the rebels, UNICEF said hundreds of children had been killed in the months of battle in the north. The organization more recently has called for the government to allow unhindered access to aid workers in make-shift camps that house hundreds of thousands of Tamils, including women and children. 联合国儿童基金会说,在斯里兰卡政府军粉碎反政府武装的最后攻势中,数以百计的儿童在北部数月的交战中被打死。联合国儿童基金会最近呼吁斯里兰卡政府允许援救人员畅通无阻地进入临时难民营,那里有几十万泰米尔人,其中包括妇女和儿童。Tens of thousands of people died in the conflict, which began in 1972. Sri Lankan troops this May wiped out the rebels and killed the group's founder and leader.斯里兰卡政府军和泰米尔猛虎反政府武装之间的冲突始于1972年,在这期间有数万人死亡。斯里兰卡政府军今年5月消灭了反政府武装,并打死了该组织的创始人和领导人。09/83572赣州长安医院苏汉钟

赣州妇女儿童医院治疗男性不育哪家医院最好On a previous show we discussed how, every 200,000 years or so, the north and south poles switch places. Not that the places themselves move—rather, the entire magnetic field of the earth flips around, resulting in the pole we now call “north” being on the southern tip of the planet, and vice versa. Why does this happen? Although it seems pretty solid, the outer core of our planet is in a molten state. That means it’s partway between what most folks would call liquid and solid. Much of this molten interior is iron and nickel. These are elements that conduct electricity very well. It’s the fluid metals that move about inside earth that generate a magnetic field around our entire planet. Although from close up these metals are bubbling like hot soup, you could also say that in general their motions follow a pretty steady pattern. That’s why the magnetic field on earth is pretty stable.【生词注释】switch v.转换magnetic field 磁场flip vt.快速翻动tip n. 顶端solid adj. 固体的, 坚固的molten adj. 熔化的partway adv. 到某种程度interior n. 内部close up n. 靠近bubble v. 冒泡, 沸腾在先前的节目中我们讨论了每隔20万年,地球的南北极都要互换位置,不仅是地点的移动,而是整个地球的磁场快速翻转,导致我们现在称作“北极”的地方原来在地球的南端,正好与原来磁场相反。这种现象为什么会发生呢?尽管地球的外壳看起来很牢固,实际上它处于融化的状态中,那意味着地壳处于液体和固体间的中间形态。这种溶化物质的大部分组成部分是铁和镍。这些都是极易导电的物质。它们也是在地球内部流动的液体金属,从而形成了整个地球的磁场。尽管从近处看,这些金属就像热汤那样冒泡,你也可以说从整体上来看,他们的运动遵循着一种十分稳定的模式。那也是地球磁场十分稳定的原因。 201111/160149 丹尼斯(保罗·鲁斯特)是个别人眼中的书呆子,毕业典礼上,他作为学生代表发言,大家没有想到的是,这个“书呆子”竟然在大庭广众之下表达了自己对校花啦啦队长贝丝-库珀(海顿-潘妮蒂尔)的暗恋之情。而让丹尼斯也很意外的是,贝丝-库珀不但没有笑话他,反而主动来邀请他参加毕业派对,现在的问题是:贝丝-库珀并非丹尼斯想象的那样完美无缺。That's not the kind of thing usually included in a valedictory speech, but Dennis Cooverman - played by newcomer Paul Rust - is not the usual valedictorian. Sure, his grades are terrific and he's going on to a prestigious university; but shy Dennis realizes he has missed out on the fun of the high school years, so he confesses his secret passion for Beth Cooper, the prettiest girl on campus, with whom he has never spoken. In fact, their first conversation comes right after the graduation ceremony …and it is not quite what he had imagined.still, she has actually spoken to him, and Dennis thinks his dreams are finally coming true; but, as they often do in the movies, those dreams can turn into nightmares …especially with a reckless driver like Beth behind the wheel.As the night progresses, so does a friendship; he discovers she is not the ideal he had imagined - but that's okay - and she recognizes there is more to life than high school popularity.Hayden Panettiere says encounters with fans of the TV series Heroes helped her identify with Beth, who, like her TV character, is type-cast as a cheerleader."I think 'cheerleader' is used a lot as a symbol of high school: cheerleader, quarterback, you know," Panettiere says. "I think that is why it was used in 'Heroes.' The popular girl is supposed to be the head cheerleader, right?"I don't know how you think you know somebody if you've never even had a conversation with them," she adds. "It's a very odd concept, but she is this image of a popular, perfect, head cheerleader kind of girl; yet when he gets to know her he realizes that is not her at all. She's this very spunky very full of life girl.""She goes from being this picture of perfection and this idea of perfection and he realizes that this girl who is everything he might have wanted to be in high school - meaning popular and had fun and reckless and got to have that high school experience - is anything but perfect," Panettiere says. "She doubts herself and is full of insecurities and he has the upper hand [because of] who he is in life."Director Chris Columbus says Panettiere's Beth and Paul Rust's Dennis realize in the course of their graduation night adventure that their futures will be very different from high school."The character of Beth Cooper had probably the four most wonderful years of her life and then on graduation day it sort of all fizzles and she is going to descend into an ordinary life," Columbus says. "She talks about that in the movie. Paul's character, Dennis Cooverman, has had four of the most horrible years you can possibly imagine and, after all the smoke clears on graduation night, he's going to have a pretty great life. I was fascinated by these two people who were polar opposites …that's why I cast Paul, someone who is such a polar opposite of Hayden …and it was a directorial challenge to make them connect emotionally so the audience would accept that."Columbus, whose films include comedy hits like Home Alone and Mrs Doubtfire as well as the first two Harry Potter features, says …Beth Cooper is a welcome return to his directing roots."After doing films like Harry Potter, particularly when you have as much money as you can possibly imagine at your fingertips to make whatever sort of movie you want," Columbus says, "I felt I was getting a little soft and, to be honest with you, spoiled. I wanted to go back to, not a bare-bones approach to filmmaking, but the way I felt back in the 1980's when I was first starting out as a writer on movies like Gremlins and The Goonies and my first movie [as director] Adventures in Babysitting. I thought this could be a companion piece to that and if I strip away the budget and we do it with a relatively unknown cast, with the exception of Hayden, it was an opportunity to put myself back into that situation and, in a sense, reignite my passion for making not only those kind of movies, but bigger movies as well. I just wanted to go back there and see what would happen."I Love You Beth Cooper is written by Larry Doyle, adapted from his 2007 novel of the same name, which won the Thurber Prize for American humor.07/79769全南县龙下卫生院包皮手术哪家医院最好赣州治疗性病的男科医院




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