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青岛里李村人工流产青岛市第七医院不孕不育中心Some iced coffees being sold on the high street contain as many calories as a hot dinner, a cancer charity warns.一家癌症慈善机构警告大家,一些商家出售的冰咖啡所含热量堪比一顿晚餐。The chief offender had 561 calories, others contained more than 450, and the majority had in excess of 200.街头出售的冰咖啡的热量可达561卡路里,另外一些冰咖啡的热量超过了450卡路里,而绝大多数此类饮品的热量都要超过200卡路里。It is the combination of sugar, full-fat milk and cream which appears to push some of the cool coffees into the upper echelons of the calorie scale.由于加入了糖、全脂牛奶和奶油,冰咖啡的卡路里含量已可以与饱餐一顿获得的热量等量齐观。The World Cancer Research Fund, which identified the drinks' calories, noted healthier versions were available.世界癌症研究基金会认为,健康卡路里含量的冰咖啡饮料还是存在的。The largest version of Starbucks' Dark Berry Mocha Frappuccino, a limited offer for the summer, contains 561 calories--more than a quarter, WCRF notes, of a woman's daily calorie intake.世界癌症研究基金会提示,星巴克仅限夏日推出的大杯黑莓卡星冰乐的热量达到561卡路里,超过成年女性一天正常摄入卡路里的四分之一。Take away the whipped cream and it has 457 calories. The smallest version, without whipped cream, provided 288.如果忍痛割爱不加掼打奶油,那么卡路里数可以降到457。而最小杯无奶油的黑莓卡星冰乐的热量为288卡路里。But even some options with skimmed milk are high in calories. At Caffe Nero, the skimmed version of a Double Chocolate Frappe and a Mocha Frappe Latte contain 452 calories, WCRF said.不过即便改用了脱脂牛奶,某些饮品的热量仍高居不下。世界癌症研究基金会表示,咖啡连锁店Caffe Nero用脱脂牛奶做成的浓缩巧克力冰沙和卡冰沙拿铁的热量都达到了452卡路里。Costa Coffee's summer offerings are rather more modest but may still contain more calories than a chocolate bar. The Massimo Coffee Frescato contains 332 calories, while the primo-size, the smallest available, just under 200.相比之下,咖世家的夏日饮品热量则相对适度,但还是超过了一块巧克力的热量。其中马西莫咖啡融融冰的热量为332卡路里,但若是喝上最小份的融融冰,那么热量还不到200卡路里。WCRF said it was highlighting calorie content, because after not smoking, maintaining a healthy weight "is the most important thing you can do to help prevent cancer".世界癌症研究基金会表示,他们强调卡路里含量是因为保持健康的体重是仅次于戒烟的“预防癌症最重要的方法”。 /200908/79945青岛市南区治疗盆腔炎多少钱 Children Find Meaning In Old Family TalesWhen C. Stephen Guyer's three children were growing up, he told them stories about how his grandfather, a banker, lost all in the 1930s, but didn't lose sight of what he valued most. In one of the darkest times, Mr. Guyer says, when his grandfather was nearly broke, he loaded his family into the car and took them to see family members in Canada. The message: 'There are more important things in life than money,' says Mr. Guyer, of Littleton, Colo.The tale took on new relevance recently, when Mr. Guyer downsized to a small house from a more luxurious one. He was worried that his children, a daughter, 15, and twins, 22, would be upset. To his surprise, they weren't. Instead, their reaction echoed their great-grandfather's. 'What they care about,' Mr. Guyer says his children told him, 'is how warm are the people in the house, how much of their heart is accessible.'As parents cut budgets, many are finding family stories have surprising power to help children through hard times. Storytelling experts say the phenomenon reflects a growing national interest in telling tales, evidenced by a rise in storytelling events and festivals. New research bears out the value of family stories, linking teens' knowledge of them to better behavior and mental health.An Emory University study of 65 families with children ages 14 to 16 found kids' ability to retell parents' stories was linked to a lower rate of depression and anxiety and less acting-out of frustration or anger, says Robyn Fivush, a psychology professor. Knowing family stories 'helps children put their own experience in perspective,' Dr. Fivush says.The trick is telling the stories in a way children can hear. We're not talking here about the kind of story that begins, 'When I was a kid, I walked to school every day uphill both ways, barefoot in the snow.' Instead, choose a story suited to your child's needs, and make eye contact to create 'a personal experience,' says Sherry Norfolk, chairman of the National Storytelling Network, a Jonesborough, Tenn., nonprofit. 'You don't have to tell children what they should take from the story,' she says. 'They can intuitively understand what the moral is.'When Carla Freeman's daughter became anxious a few years ago about having to change schools, the Atlanta mother related her own childhood stories of switching to another school in her community. Her old friends dropped her and, at her new school, 'I was kind of an oddball' at first, she told her daughter. But Ms. Freeman bounced back and made new friends. She credits the stories with helping her daughter, now 12, develop resiliency and the ability to 'hold herself together' against challenges.A touch of humor helps. At Scott Prengle's Dallas home, his son Bobby, 17, has heard tales about his grandfather growing up in times so hard that his hungry schoolmates would devour apple cores left over from his lunch. As Bobby tapped a nearly empty salad-dressing bottle over his salad at dinner one evening, Scott laughed and invited him to do as his grandfather did: Put water in the bottle and shake it up, to use every last drop. Scott says his father's frugal habits 'drove us crazy, but the idea was that nothing went to waste.'While Bobby declined to water down his dressing, he says of his grandfather that 'I follow in his footsteps' in other ways, saving paper clips and rubber bands. And when Scott recently trimmed the family budget, he thought he saw an echo of his late father in Bobby, in the way he calmly accepted the loss of his oft-used gym membership.Even when you think your children aren't listening to your stories, Dr. Fivush says, they probably are. Thomas Pontes thought his children, 12, 14 and 16, shrugged off tales of his grandfather, an immigrant farmhand who worked his way up from living in a barn to owning a home. To Mr. Pontes, of Providence, R.I., the story shows 'the kind of optimism you need to pick yourself up from a field somewhere tending cattle' to cross the Atlantic, fueled solely by hope.But when I asked his daughter Katie, 16, about the stories, she not only remembered them, but said they've 'helped me become more appreciative of my life and how easy things are for me.' Even if kids don't seem to appreciate family stories, she says, in time they'll 'realize just how important they are.'From:http://chinese.wsj.com/gb/20090319/wvh081052.asp?sourceUpFeature /200903/65527女孩子都比较八卦,有的呢就嘴巴特别辣,辣子看到不顺心的男孩子都喜欢奚落两句,当然不是恶意的,纯粹一下而已。 第一名:白羊座。No.1 Aries /200911/89126青岛治疗妇科疾病较好的医院

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即墨市市北医院好吗一九五八年六月七日;;如果你是一滴水,你是否滋润了一寸土地?如果你是一线阳光,你是否照亮了一分黑暗?如果你是一颗粮食,你是否哺育了有用的生命?如果你是一颗最小的螺丝钉,你是否永远守在你生活的岗位上?如果你要告诉我们什么思想,你是否在日夜宣扬那最美丽的理想?你既然活着,你又是否为了未来的人类生活付出你的劳动,使世界一天天变得更美丽?我想问你,为未来带来了什么?在生活的仓库里,我们不应该只是个无穷尽的付者。June 7, 1958;If you were one drop of water, do you moisten the field? If you were a ray of sunshine, do you brighten the darkness? If you were a morsel of food, do you provide others with nutrition? If you were the tiniest bolt, do you stay in place and fulfill your duty? If you want to tell others your ideals, do you preach them day and night? When you are alive do you always remember to work hard and realize your efforts will affect future lives and let the world become more beautiful day by day? I want to ask you: What do you contribute to the future? In life you must be a giver and not just a taker.; /201203/173860 Mother asked her little boy:;Darling, what did the teacher teach you today?;;Nothing, Mum, answered the son proundly, instead, she asked me how much one plus two was, and I told her three.;母亲问她年幼的儿子:;宝贝,今天老师教了你些什么?;;儿子骄傲地说:什么都没教,妈妈。她反倒问我一加二等于几,我告诉她等于三。; /201201/167449平度人民医院无痛取环青岛无痛人流手术费多少

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