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Make it a Habit习惯成自然The absolute best thing you can do to ensure you have the willpower to persist in the face of challenges and temptations, is to simply conserve it. One way to do this by turning as much positive activity as possible into habitual behavior. I assume you don’t have to exert willpower to brush your teeth every day and that doing so has just become an automatic part of your daily routines.最好的做法就是在挑战和诱惑面前坚定不移,把这些积极的做法形成你的习惯。你看,每天早上刷牙,你需要毅力吗?那是每天例行的。About 10 years ago I went on a very strict diet for about 1 year. I went cold turkey on a bunch of crap I had been stuffing myself with for decades. This took a lot of willpower at first, but after a few months on the diet it took absolutely no self-control to maintain. I simply got in the habit of refusing to eat certain foods. There was no decision involved. I didn’t have to continually debate whether I should or I shouldn’t eat something and I thereby preserved my willpower resources for other issues. Over the subsequent years, when I applied less strict standards, I found myself failing to eat properly much more frequently. This was especially true when my willpower was drained at the end of a stressful day.10年前,我节食了一年,我每天就胡乱吃了一点冻火鸡。这一开始的确需要很大的意志力,但几个月之后,我就不用控制自己了。不用多想也不用纠结,我习惯不吃一些东西了。这样我就不用把有限的意志力放在这个问题上了。接下来几年,我的节食没那么严格了,于是我的饮食规律开始有点不正常,尤其是在我劳累一天,毅力耗尽之时。 /201006/106790

Woman who haven't fallen in love before graduation 大学毕业前还没谈过恋爱的女人Here "love" refers to interaction more than three months rather than a very short period of the lightning romance. Also it doesn't mean a single party Love. Because there is no love experience, the skills with the opposite sex are lacked. On the other hand, the degree of understanding of the opposite sex is also very low. 这里所说的“恋爱”是指男女双方超过三个月以上的交往,而非极短时间内开始并结束的闪电恋情,当然也不是指单相思。因为没有恋爱经验,故而缺乏跟异性交往的技巧。同时,这类女人对异性的了解度也相当低。 /201001/95033

Jogging for just an hour a week can increase your life expectancy by around six years, reveal scientists.科学家研究发现,每周慢跑一小时可延长寿命6年。Even better news is that a gentle jog is better for you than any sort of extreme workout, the study concludes.研究结果表明,相对于激烈运动慢跑更适合锻炼者。The results challenge previous studies into jogging which questioned whether it is healthy or hazardous, with the debate kicking off in the 70s when middle aged men began taking an interest in the exercise. However, following the death of a few men who died while out on a run, the media suggested jogging might be too strenuous for middle aged people, casting doubts over the past-time.此前,人们在关于慢跑对身体有无益处这个观点上有过争论。一位中年男子曾经在慢跑的过程中猝死,媒体认为慢跑对于中老年人不太适用,因为程度过于激烈。As part of the Copenhagen City Heart study, a cardiovascular study of around 20,000 men and women aged 20 to 93, researchers set about quashing previous suggestions that jogging is bad for people#39;s health. The study has so far resulted in over 750 papers, and has previously explored associations for longevity with different forms of exercise and other factors. Researchers believe jogging delivers multiple health benefits, improving oxygen uptake, lowering blood pressure, preventing obesity, improving cardiac function and improving psychological function, as well as many more benefits.之后哥本哈根心脏研究中心在对两万名20至93岁的居民进行探访后得出结论:慢跑能够增加摄氧量,降低血压,预防肥胖,增强心脏功能,有益于身体健康。 /201205/181319

  

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  It is commonly thought that age brings wisdom.大众普遍认为年龄增长会带来更多智慧。And this is largely true, it seems – unless you are Japanese. In which case, by the time you are 25, you are likely to be just as wise as your elders, an astonishing new study reveals.这似乎很大程度上是正确的,除非你是日本人。一项新研究揭示了一个惊人的结果,日本人在达到25岁时,很可能拥有与年长的人一样多的智慧。Americans, however, are more conventional and develop deep understanding over time, according to research by the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada.不过,加拿大安大略省滑铁卢大学开展的这一调查显示,美国人在这方面更合乎常规,随着年岁的增长而加深认知。In one of the tests, designed to measure five crucial aspects of reasoning, US citizens’ scores improved by 22 percent over 50 years.在其中一项对推理能力的测试中,年长五十岁的美国参与者得分要高出22%。该测试的目的是对参与者推理能力的五个重要方面进行考量。But, in the examination scored out of 100, both 25-year-old and 75-year-old Japanese participants had an average ient of 51 for intergroup wisdom – the idea of understanding society.但是,在对25岁及75岁的日本人进行测试时,他们的团体智商——社会认知能力的平均分都是51(满分为100分)。With Americans, on the other hand, results from the same tests varied between averages of 45 and 55 between the two age groups.而当美国人接受同样的测试时,两个年龄群的平均分则分别为45和55。Also, interpersonal wisdom – the understanding of relationships between individuals – the scores of the 225 US participants climbed from 46 to 50.此外,在人际交往的智慧(即对个体间关系的认知)方面,225名美国参与者的分数随年龄增长由46分增至50分。In the case of the 186 Japanese people recruited by lead researcher Igor Grossmann, their scores actually dropped slightly from 53 to 52.首席研究员伊戈尔#8226;格罗斯曼收集了186名日本人在这方面的数据,他们的分数实际上还略微跌落,从53降至52。The tests also recorded other unexpected results.这一系列测试还记录了其他意想不到的结果。Given the US reputation of an individualistic society, you might expect its participants’ interpersonal wisdom to be higher than their supposedly more collectivist Japanese counterparts.鉴于美国人一直被视为个人主义社会,你可能会猜想美国人的人际交往智慧会比更集体化的日本对手要高。Yet the study showed that by 75, the Japanese scored higher in the interpersonal wisdom and Americans, in fact, achieved higher results in the intergroup variety.但是,研究显示,75岁以下的日本人在人际交往智慧上要超越美国人,而事实上,美国人的团体智慧得分要高于日本人。Dr Grossman suggested that perhaps, then, you need individual skills when society is collective, and social ones when it is individualistic.格罗斯曼士建议,或许在集体主义社会里你需要个人能力,而在个人主义社会中你需要社交能力。His study, published in Psychological Science and reported in The Economist, recruited Japanese and Americans with a range of different occupations.他的研究刊登在《心理科学》杂志上并被《经济学人》报道。此次研究广泛招募了来自不同行业的美国人和日本人。 /201204/177515

  IT IS a time parents relish: their child's afternoon nap. But it seems that napping may not be such a good idea after all. Preliminary studies suggest that daytime napping in young children may be linked to poorer sleep and mental functioning than in their peers who only sleep at night. The big question is whether napping is the cause of the problem, or the result.John Harsh at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg and his colleagues asked the parents of 738 children aged between 2 and 12 about their children's sleeping habits. Children who took long daytime naps fell asleep at night an average of 39 minutes later and slept later at the weekend than those who did not nap. The effect was more pronounced in older children (over a quarter of 10 to 12-year-olds still took afternoon naps).The problem came during the following week, when children had to wake up at set times to get to school or to meet the demands of their parents' work schedules. The napping children continued to stay up later, meaning they spent less time in bed at night than their counterparts. "Napping children not only had a difficult time getting to bed, they had a harder time falling asleep, and they had a harder time getting up in the morning," says study author Alyssa Cairns, who presented the work at the annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies in Minneapolis earlier this month.The findings are backed by a study by Kazuhiko Fukuda of Fukushima University in Japan. He compared children who attended all-day pre-schools in Japan, where 90-minute naps are compulsory, with children of the same age who napped only when they needed to. As well as going to bed an average of 30 minutes later, the children who took obligatory naps were more likely to be moody in the morning and resist going to school, according to their parents. These behaviours lasted even after the children moved on to elementary school and stopped napping, perhaps because of the lasting influence of napping on their sleep and wake cycles, Fukuda suggests (Sleep and Biological Rhythms, vol 2, p 129).Napping may also affect mental performance, according to Joe McNamara and his colleagues at the University of Florida in Gainesville, who also presented their results in Minneapolis. McNamara measured how well 27 kindergarteners could solve puzzles that measure planning and organisational skills. Children who took longer naps completed fewer puzzles successfully, and the later they went to bed, the less well they performed.These findings pose a chicken and egg problem, says Harsh. "It could be that children are getting less sleep at night because they're napping, or they could be napping because they're getting less sleep at night," he says. Nevertheless, though napping and non-napping children in McNamara and Harsh's studies slept for the same amount of time in total "napping is not a substitute for night-time sleep", McNamara says. 父母们往往喜欢让孩子们午睡,可现在看来,午睡恐怕并不像他们以为的那么有益。以往的研究发现,白天打盹的儿童比起没这习惯的孩子,往往睡得更差,大脑机能也更弱。问题是,在这种关联中,午休习惯究竟是因,还是果。 南密西西比大学John Harsh士和他的同事们询问了738名2至12岁儿童的父母,了解他们孩子的睡眠习惯。有长时间午睡习惯的小孩比不午睡的孩子晚上入睡平均晚39分钟,周末则睡得更迟。这在较大的孩子中体现得更明显(有四分之一10至12岁儿童仍然午睡)。当周末过去,因为自己上学和父母工作,孩子们没有懒觉可睡,这时问题就出现了:有午睡习惯的孩子晚上依然睡得更迟,结果他们的睡眠时间也就更短。“午睡的孩子不仅很难哄上床,入睡和起床也都更不容易。”Alyssa Cairns说。Alyssa Cairns本月早些时候在明尼阿波利斯的专业睡眠协会年会上发表过研究成果。 日本福岛大学福田一彦士的一项研究持了这些发现。他比较了在日本有90分钟午休要求的全日制幼儿园的儿童和其他只在需要时打盹的同龄儿童。根据父母们的反馈,每天午睡的儿童晚上同样平均晚睡30分钟,早上起床上学时也更容易闹脾气,表现得很抗拒。甚至当这些孩子升入小学,不再每天午睡,仍然如此。福田认为,这也许是午睡习惯对他们生物钟的持续影响使然。 午睡还可能影响智力表现。同样在明尼阿波利斯发表过成果,来自福罗里达大学的Joe McNamara及其同事对此有所研究。McNamara为27名学龄前儿童安排了针对计划与组织能力的难题,评价他们的表现。结果午睡时间较长的孩子普遍解出较少,而且晚上睡觉越晚的孩子往往表现得越差。 Harsh说,这些发现提出的还是一个先有鸡还是先有蛋的问题。他说:“可以说孩子们晚上睡得少是因为白天打过盹,也可以说他们之所以白天打盹是因为晚上没睡够。”McNamara和Harsh统计过的孩子,不论有无午睡习惯,一天的睡眠时间还是大致相当的,按McNamara的话说,“在白天打个盹是不能替代夜间的睡眠的”。 /200809/48444When it comes to age and fertility, women fear a "biological clock" and are urged to have children early. But men are rarely given the same advice and often don't worry about fertility when postponing marriage and children.But a growing body of research now shows the age of the potential father matters too. French researchers have collected data from more than 21,000 artificial inseminations involving 12,200 infertile couples. The data, presented yesterday at the 24th annual conference of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Barcelona, found that pregnancy rates decrease and miscarriages increase when a father is over 35 years of age.Dr. Stephanie Belloc, of the Eylau Centre for Assisted Reproduction in Paris, said this is the first time that such a strong paternal effect on reproductive outcomes has been shown.In most of the cases studied, the couples were being treated because of the husband's infertility, but the researchers analyzed the results in a way to separate out the male and female factors related to each pregnancy. The sperm of each partner was examined for a number of characteristics, including sperm count, motility and morphology. Clinical pregnancy, miscarriage and delivery rates were also recorded.As expected, maternal age was a strong predictor of success. Intrauterine insemination, or IUI, led to pregnancy in 14.5 percent of women under 35, but just 8.9 percent in older women. Miscarriage rates were also typically affected by maternal age.But notably, a similar effect was shown for men over 35, in both pregnancy rates and miscarriage rates."This research has important implications for couples wanting to start a family," Dr. Belloc said. "Our research proves for the first time that there is a strong paternal age-related effect on IUI outcomes, and this information should be considered by both doctors and patients in assisted reproduction programs."Because the data are based on men with known fertility problems, it's not clear whether the results apply to all men as they age. However, previous studies have also suggested that the biological clock ticks for men too. To learn more, this 2007 story from The Times. 到了一定年龄,当生育被提上日程时,女性会惧怕“生理钟”并急着尽早产子。但男性却罕被提醒,丝毫不担心推迟结婚和生子后的生育力问题。 但越来越多的研究表明这些未来爸爸的年龄同样会影响生育力。法国研究人员从12000例不育夫妇的超过21000例人工受精中收集数据。昨天,这些数据在巴塞罗那召开的第24届欧洲人类生殖及胚胎科学会议上被公布。从中显示当父亲超过35岁后,胎儿受率降低同时流产率升高。 巴黎艾劳辅助生殖中心(Eylau Center for Assisted Reproduction)的斯坦福尼.贝洛克士表示父方在生殖中这么重要的影响还是首次发现。研究人员通过分离与每一例受情况相关的男性和女性因素,从而得出结论,在大多数被研究的对象中,是由于男方的不育而接受人工授精。每个研究对象的精子都经过了多项检测,包括精子数,精子活动力和精子形态。临床受率,流产率和分娩率也被记录。 与预期一样,母亲的年龄是生育成功与否的重要因素。子宫内受精,或人工授精(IUI)能使14.5%的35岁以下女性受,而在35岁以上女性中,却只有8.9%。而流产率很大程度上也受父方年龄的影响。“这项研究对正准备组成家庭的夫妻有着重要的意义。”贝洛克士说,“我们的研究首次实了在人工授精的结果上强烈的父方因素的影响,而这些信息将会被辅助生殖项目的医生和病患所考虑。” 因为这些数据是以有已知生育问题的男性为基础而得出的,所以还不清楚它是否适用于同年龄的所有男性。而先前的研究显示男性同样也有生理钟。要了解更多,请阅读纽约时报2007年的相关报道。 /200809/49001

  Sure, you talk to your cat now, but does he know what the heck yoursquo;re saying? And do you understand his purrs and meows? If not, itrsquo;s time to have a good chat with your furry friend.当然,你现在也可以和你家猫猫说话,但是你家猫猫知道你到底在说什么东东吗?而且你知道他的呼噜声和喵喵叫都是什么意思吗?如果你不知道,那么你是应该好好地与你这位毛茸茸的朋友聊聊天了。You will need: a willingness to look silly, attention to pay to his sounds and a working knowledge of cat body language.你需要:愿意看起来有点傻,注意猫猫的声音,学习猫猫肢体语言。Step 1:Create greater intimacy with your cat by mimicking his meows. Just knowing that you#39;re attempting to speak his language will make him feel closer to you.通过模仿猫猫的喵喵叫来与他建立亲密的关系。要知道通过尝试说他的语言会让他觉得你更亲近。Step 2:Increase your chances of your cat listening to you by using his name when you#39;re issuing a command.当你对他下达指令的时候,通过叫他的名字来使他更能听你的话。Men should use a higher-pitched voice when speaking to their cats, because cats respond better to sopranos.男人应该提高嗓音和猫猫说话,因为猫猫对女高音的反应比较大。Step 3:Like humans, cats seek clues about a person#39;s mood by listening to his voice. So when you talk to your cat, be sure that your tone matches the message you want to convey.像人类一样,猫猫也在通过人们的声音来发现人类情绪的蛛丝马迹。因此当你和你的猫猫说话时,要确保你的音调符合你想传达的情绪。If you want your cat to know yoursquo;re upset that he just peed on the rug, do what his mom would do: Gently pick him up by the scruff of his neck and growl.如果你想让你的猫猫知道在地摊上撒尿很让人讨厌,就按照他妈妈的做法:轻轻地提着他颈部的皮毛然后喊骂几句。Step 4:Cats have about 100 words in their vocabulary in the form of meows, growls, purrs and hisses. Pay close attention and you#39;ll begin to learn sound he makes when he#39;s hungry, angry, fearful and so on.猫猫们的语言形式有喵喵叫、咆哮、呼噜声和嘘声,在这些形式中一共有大约100个词汇。要密切观察然后学习他们发出的声音,如饿的时候、怒的时候、害怕的时候等等都是什么声音。Step 5:Learn how to your cat#39;s tail. If only the tip is moving, he#39;s irritated. If the tail is swinging from side to side, he#39;s PO#39;d. If he#39;s carrying his tail tall and proud, he#39;s happy.学会看猫猫的尾巴。如果只是尾巴顶端在移动,表示他在愤怒。如果他的尾巴来回摆动,则他很紧张。如果他的尾巴高高在上,表示他很高兴。Step 6:Figure out kitty#39;s mood by paying attention to the speed and volume of his mewling. Fast, loud sounds indicate anxiety, while slow, quieter sounds convey confidence.通过猫猫喵喵叫的速度和声音大小来判定小猫的情绪。如果又快又响亮,则暗示着不安;如果又慢声又小,则表示自信。Did you know? In ancient Egypt, cats were so revered that when one died, the owner placed embalmed mice in the catrsquo;s coffin so hersquo;d have food in the afterlife.你知道吗?在古埃及,猫猫们是如此高贵,当一只猫猫死后,它的主人会在它的棺材里放防腐的老鼠,希望它死后能吃饱。 /201112/165869

  

  

  

  

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