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Libra (September 23 - October 22)  Your summer vacation is best spent with just one other person. Leave your kids - if you have children - at home and just grab your spouse or person you are dating. If you’re single, take your best friend. Find a package deal or all-inclusive resort based around an activity that you enjoy. You don’t want to have to think too much. Your job is just to relax and vegetate. 天秤座 这个暑假你最好和另一个人一起度过。如果你有孩子,把他们留在家里,带着你的伴侣或和你约会的人离开。如果你是单身,就带上你最好的朋友。找一个设施完备的度假地,在那儿你能找到喜欢的活动。你不想喝太多酒,你只想去放松下,清闲下。 /201107/143392。

I.Q. scores have been measured since 1916, when Alfred Binet developed his intelligence scale. He graduated the scale in the following way:IQ Scores130+ Very superior120+ Superior110+ Above average99+ Average80+ Below average70+ BorderlineLess than 70 Extremely low.Items included in IQ tests range from spatial awareness where you have to match patterns, to number sequences, and words. There is a free IQ testing site online.IQ tests used to be standardized but now they are designed by many different organizations in an attempt to measure certain qualities in candidates. For example, Mensa, the High IQ Society, sets its own test which is very difficult in parts. One example of a Mensa question:Take these letters:C E I L M E R S SForm two different 8 letter words from these letters. Each word must use all the letters.Intelligence and personality have been combined to give sten and z-scores. These are often used by companies who want to recruit staff with particular traits and abilities.Some very famous celebrities are know for their extremely high IQ level.Bill Gates: GeniusMadonna 140Al Gore 140Hugh Hefner 152Carol Vorderman 154Bill Gates 160Jill St. John 162Jill St. John who claims the highest score on this list was a major American film actress during the 1960's and 1970's. Jill was admitted to the University of California at the age of 14.Psychologists have estimated the IQ scores that some famous historical figures might have attained. This was done by looking at their work and their ideas and the way they put them together.Leonardo da Vinci: Smarter than Bill GatesGeorge Washington 118Napoleon Bonaparte 145Albert Einstein 160Charles Dickens 180Michelangelo 180Leonardo da Vinci 220Leonardo da Vinci earns that massive score for his art but also for his helicopter concept . His solar power diagrams, calculator plans, and studies of plate techtonics. He had none of the modern day scientific equipment and he was way ahead of his time. 自从1916年阿尔弗雷德·比奈(Alfred Binet)发明了智力量表,人类的智商就开始被测量。他把智商得分如下分类:IQ 得分130+ 非常出众120+ 出众110+ 平均之上99+ 平均80+ 平均之下70+ 分界线低于70的人智商极低测量智商的测试范围很广,从要求你搭配图案的空间意识到数字排序以及文字。这里给大家一个免费的测试智商的网站。过去智商测试都是统一标准化的,而今许多组织设计出各种不同的智商测试来衡量各种品质。比如,门萨这一高智商俱乐部就会设定自主测试,而这种考试的有些部分是非常难的。下面是门萨考题中的一个例子:给出下列字母:C E I L M E R S S用以上字母,构成两个完全不同的8字单词。每个单词必须使用所有单词。一个人的智商和个性已经与他是否能做出复杂的词干题和Z分数联系在一起。一些公司经常用这种方式来招募那些有特质、有能力的员工。一些非常出名的名人以他们极高的智商著称。比尔·盖茨:天才麦当娜 140阿尔·戈尔 140休·海弗纳 152卡罗尔·沃德曼 154比尔·盖茨 160吉尔·圣约翰 162这个在榜单上位列首位的吉尔·圣约翰是19世纪六七十年代的美国电影男主角。他14岁就被加利福尼亚大学录取。心理学家对一些著名的历史人物的智商进行了推测,依据是他们的成就和思想以及他们将思想赋予行动的方式。莱昂纳多·达·芬奇:比比尔盖茨更聪明乔治·华盛顿 118拿破仑·波拿巴 145艾伯特·爱因斯坦 160查尔斯·狄更斯 180米开朗基罗 180莱昂纳多·达·芬奇 220莱昂纳多·达·芬奇得分如此之高不仅因为他在艺术上的成就,还因为他对直升飞机的概念。他设计出太阳能图表,拟定计算器计划,还对板块构造学(plate tectonics 此处应为作者笔误)颇有研究。在没有当代科学设备的情况下,达芬奇的成就早已超越他所在的时代。 /200808/46279。

Seemingly harmless habits can affect what size you'll be five or 10 years from now. Peek into your future with our quiz. Then use this cheat sheet to target the most effective ways to make a difference. Want to see how you’re doing? 一些看似无害的习惯可能会影响到你未来5年到10年的体形。如果想为你的未来好好打算,那就来看看我的小窍门。有效运用这些窍门能够使你的未来有所不同。想知道现在的生活习惯对自己有什么影响吗?  Improve your eating 改善饮食习惯  Write off weight.  To lower BMI, keep a food journal. Jotting down all bites is the top predictor of weight loss.  饮食记录  如果想有效地减轻体重,那就做一下饮食记录。把你吃的每一口东西都记下来,然后计算自己的体重是不是会增加。 /201108/150289。

People who do not get enough sleep are more than twice as likely to die of heart disease, according to a large British study released Monday.Although the reasons are unclear, researchers said lack of sleep appeared to be linked to increased blood pressure, which is known to raise the risk of heart attacks and stroke.A 17-year analysis of 10,000 government workers showed those who cut their sleep from seven hours a night to five or less faced a 1.7-fold increased risk of death from all causes and more than double the risk of cardiovascular death.The findings highlight a danger in busy modern lifestyles, Francesco Cappuccio, professor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Warwick's medical school, told the annual conference of the British Sleep Society in Cambridge."A third of the population of the UK and over 40 percent in the US regularly sleep less than five hours a night, so it is not a trivial problem," he told reporters.Previous research has highlighted the potential health risks of shift work and disrupted sleep. But the study by Cappuccio and colleagues, which was supported by British government and US funding, is the first to link duration of sleep and mortality rates.The study looked at sleep patterns of participants aged 35-55 at two points in their lives - 1985-88 and 1992-93 - and then tracked their mortality rates until 2004.The results were adjusted to take account of other possible risk factors such as initial age, sex, smoking and alcohol consumption, body mass index, blood pressure and cholesterol.Cappuccio said it was possible that longer sleeping could be related to other health problems such as depression or cancer-related fatigue."In terms of prevention, our findings indicate that consistently sleeping around seven hours per night is optimal for health," he said. 本周一公布的一项大规模英国调查表明,睡眠不足的人死于心脏病的几率是睡眠充足者的两倍多。目前其中的原因尚不清楚,但研究人员称,睡眠不足会导致血压升高,从而增大患心脏病和中风的风险。一项针对1万名政府职员、长达17年的跟踪调查表明,每晚睡眠时间从七个小时减少到五个小时或更少的人因各种原因而死亡的几率是睡眠正常者的1.7倍,而且死于心血管疾病的风险也增加了1倍多。沃里克大学医学院的心血管药物学教授弗朗西斯哥#8226;卡普西奥在英国睡眠学会在剑桥召开的一年一度的研讨会上说,这一研究成果揭示了忙碌的现代生活中潜在的危险。他在接受记者采访时说:“三分之一的英国人以及超过40%的美国人每晚的睡眠时间常常达不到五个小时,所以这个问题不可小视。”此前有调查发现轮班及睡眠中断会对健康产生潜在威胁。但卡普西奥及其同事的这项调查则首次揭示了睡眠时间长短与死亡率之间的关系。该调查由英国政府和美国基金提供资助。该调查对年龄在35岁至55岁之间的人在1985年至1988年以及1992年至1993年两个阶段的睡眠模式进行了探究,并对这一人群截至2004年的死亡率进行了追踪。调查还考虑到了调查对象的初始年龄、性别、是否吸烟喝酒、体重指数、血压及胆固醇指标等其它可能的风险因素。卡普西奥说,睡眠时间过长也可能导致如抑郁症及癌因性疲乏等其它健康问题。他说:“就预防而言,我们的研究结果表明,每晚睡眠时间持续保持在七小时左右最益于身体健康。” /200809/47939。