楼主:华分享 时间:2020年02月17日 17:52:47 点击:0 回复:0
And we managed to boil it down to nine.我们试图归结为九点In fact weve done two more Blue Zone expeditions since this其实在这次蓝区远征前and these common denominators hold true.我们已经调查了两个蓝区And the first one,第一个and Im about to utter a heresy here,我想说个异端邪说,none of them exercise,他们谁都不运动at least the way we think of exercise.至少是我们认为的运动方式。Instead, they set up their lives反而建立他们的生活so that they are constantly nudged into physical activity.以便常常进行体力伙动。These 100-year-old Okinawan women这些100岁的冲绳女人are getting up and down off the ground, they sit on the floor,在地上上来下去,30 or 40 times a day.每天坐地上30到40次。Sardinians live in vertical houses, up and down the stairs.撒丁岛人居住在垂直房屋里,上下楼梯Every trip to the store, or to church每次去商店,教堂或朋友家里or to a friends house occasions a walk.都走上片刻。They dont have any conveniences.没有任何方便性。There is not a button to push to do yard work or house work.做打扫工作和家务没有按钮一按则使用。If they want to mix up a cake, theyre doing it by hand.如果想做蛋糕,就自己动手。Thats physical activity.这就是是体力劳动。?That burns calories just as much as going on the tmill does.这个燃烧的热量和跑步机上消耗的一样。When they do do intentional physical activity,进行惯常体力运动,its the things they enjoy. They tend to walk,是他们享受这些事情的时候。他们常常步行,the only proven way to stave off cognitive decline,这被明是防止认知降低的唯一方法,and they all tend to have a garden.并且他们人人有花园。They know how to set up their life in the right way他们知道如何安排生活so they have the right outlook.因此有正确的观点。Each of these cultures take time to downshift.每种文化都不慌不忙地变换。The Sardinians pray. The Seventh-Day Adventists pray.撒丁岛人祈祷。再生论者也祈祷。The Okinawans have this ancestor veneration.冲绳人有祖先祭拜的规约。But when youre in a hurry or stressed out,但是你的匆忙或压力引发的that triggers something called the inflammatory response,炎症反应which is associated with everything from Alzheimers这些都与老年痴呆症和心血管疾病disease to cardiovascular disease.都有关系的。When you slow down for 15 minutes a day每天减缓行动15分钟you turn that inflammatory state这种炎症into a more anti-inflammatory state.就能变成一种反炎症状态。They have vocabulary for sense of purpose,冲绳人把这个目的感叫做ikigai, like the Okinawans.有意义的生活。You know the two most dangerous years in your life一个人一生中最危险的两年are the year youre born, because of infant mortality,一是出生的时候,因为婴儿死亡率高and the year you retire.另外就是退休的时候These people know their sense of purpose,这些人知道他们的生活目的感and they activate in their life, thats worth about seven years他们生活活跃,能有7年of extra life expectancy.的额外寿命。Theres no longevity diet.没有长寿食品Instead, these people drink a little bit every day,这些人每天就喝一点酒,not a hard sell to the American population.酒是不用强行卖给美国人的。They tend to eat a plant-based diet.他们常吃蔬菜食品Doesnt mean they dont eat meat, but lots of beans and nuts.不是说不吃肉但是吃很多豆类和坚果。And they have strategies to keep from overeating,他们有办法避免饮食过量,little things that nudge them away from the table at the right time.几乎没有什么能把他们推向餐桌。And then the foundation of all this is how they connect.这些的根本是他们如何联系。They put their families first,把家庭放在第一位,take care of their children and their aging parents.照顾孩子和年迈的父母。They all tend to belong to a faith-based community,他们的社区建立在诚信基础上,which is worth between four and 14这个能增加4到14年extra years of life expectancy的生命。if you do it four times a month.当然,你一月至少要做四次才可以。And the biggest thing here这里最重要的事情是is they also belong to the right tribe.他们属于一个正义的群体。They were either born into他们或者生在正义之家or they proactively surrounded themselves with the right people.或者是主动和正义之士呆在一起。We know from the Framingham studies,从弗雷明翰研究中我们得知that if your three best friends are obese如果你有三个好朋友都肥胖there is a 50 percent better chance that youll be overweight.你也有一半肥胖的可能。So, if you hang out with unhealthy people,所以如果你和不健康的人在一起thats going to have a measurable impact over time.随时间推移会受到很大影响。Instead, if your friends idea of recreation如果你朋友的主意is physical activity, bowling, or playing hockey,是体力活动,打保龄球或打曲棍球biking or gardening,自行车或园艺工作,if your friends drink a little, but not too much,他们饮酒适量and they eat right, and theyre engaged, and theyre trusting and trustworthy,饮食适度,他们投入工作值得信任,that is going to have the biggest impact over time.最后就会对你产生最大影响。Diets dont work. No diet in the history of the world食物没有什么用,历史上没有一种食物has ever worked for more than two percent of the population.能养活2%的人口。Exercise programs usually start in January;练习项目通常在一月开始theyre usually done by October.十月结束。When it comes to longevity至于长寿,there is no short term fix没有药片或其他什么东西in a pill or anything else.能在短期内奏效。But when you think about it,但当你想到your friends are long-term adventures,你的朋友是长期的冒险活动时,and therefore, perhaps the most significant thing you can do因此,它是你为增加寿命和让生命生机勃勃能够做的最重要to add more years to your life,的事情and life to your years. Thank you very much.谢谢201507/386874Hi,everybody.Its our job as citizens to make sure we keep pushing this country we love toward our most cherished ideals-that all of us are created equal,and all of us deserve an equal shot.大家好。推动这个国家向着我们最为珍惜的理想前进,所有人生而平等,所有人都有公平的机会,这是我们每个公民的责任。This week,my Administration took new steps to bring us closer to that goal.本周,本届政府采取了一些新措施,使得我们离这一目标又更进了一步。Almost 50 years ago,Republicans and Democrats in Congress came together to pass the Fair Housing Act.Its a law that says landlords cant turn away tenants solely because of their race,religion,sex,national origin,or disability.And it made a difference in this country.大约50年前,国会的共和党人和民主党人共同合作,通过了《公平住房法》。有了这部法律,房主就不能仅仅因为种族、信仰、性别、原国籍或身体残疾为由拒绝租客,为这个国家带来了巨大的变化。Still,the work of the Fair Housing Act remains unfinished.Just a few weeks ago,the Supreme Court ruled that policies segregating minorities in poor neighborhoods,even unintentionally,are against the law.The Court recognized what many people know to be true from their own lives: that too often,where people live determines what opportunities they have in life.当然,《公平住房法》的任务并没有全部完成。几周前,最高法院裁定,将少数族裔隔离在贫困社区的政策,即便不是有意的,也是违反该法的。法院认可很多人都知道的生活的真实面目:你在哪里生活决定了你人生的机会,大部分时候都是这样。In some cities,kids living just blocks apart lead incredibly different lives.They go to different schools,play in different parks,shop in different stores,and walk down different streets.And often,the quality of those schools and the safety of those parks and streets are far from equal-which means those kids arent getting an equal shot in life.在一些城市,在不同社区生活的孩子最后的命运完全不同。他们在不同的学校上学,在不同的公园玩耍,在不同的商店购物,在不同的街道上走过。通常的情况是,这些学校的质量,以及这些公园、街道的安全性都是完全不同等级的。这就意味着这些孩子的人生机会是各不相同的。That runs against the values we hold dear as Americans.In this country,of all countries,a persons zip code shouldnt decide their destiny.We dont guarantee equal outcomes,but we do strive to guarantee an equal shot at opportunity-in every neighborhood,for every American.这与我们作为美国人所信奉的理想是背道而驰的。在这个国家,以及所有其他国家,一个人的住所地不应该成为这个人的命运的决定因素。我们不能保大家有公平的结果,但我们一定要努力保大家有公平的机会,对每个社区,每个人都一样。Now,the Fair Housing Act also says that this isnt the responsibility of a landlord alone-local governments have a role to play,too.Thats why,this week,my Administration announced that well make it easier for communities to implement this law.Were using data on housing and neighborhood conditions to help cities identify the areas that need the most help.Were doing more to help communities meet their own goals.Plus,by opening this data to everybody,everyone in a community-not just elected officials-can weigh in.If you want a bus stop added near your home,or more affordable housing nearby,now youll have the data you need to make your case.按照《公平住房法》的规定,这不仅仅是房主的责任,也是地方政府的责任。因此,本周,本届政府宣布了一项新政策,让社会各界更好利用该法。通过对住房和社区环境数据的分析,我们帮助各个城市找到最需要扶持的区域。进一步帮助社区实现发展目标。此外,通过对大众开放这一数据,除了社区官员以外,社区的每个人,都可以参与进来。如果你希望在你家附近增设公交站点,或者在附近增加价格合理的房源,现在你就可以使用这些数据,来达成你的愿望。These actions wont make every community perfect.Thats something we all have to strive for in our own lives.But they will help make our communities stronger and more vibrant.And theyll help keep this a country where kids from every background can grow up knowing that no matter who you are,what you look like,or where you live,you can write your own story.当然,这些措施并不能确保每个社区都发展的很完美。但这是我们人生当中应该为之奋斗的事情。这将使得我们的社区更美好,更有活力。将让这个国家更美好,让有着不同成长背景的孩子长大后都理解这一点:无论你是谁,长的是什么样子,在哪里住,你都有机会书写自己的历史。Thats the America I love.And its the America Ill keep fighting for.Thanks,and have a great weekend.这就是我们深爱的美国,也是我们要为之奋斗的美国。谢谢大家,祝大家周末愉快!201507/386212We grew up believing that being Chinese was the greatest advantage in life; in our house, everything important in life came from China, was invented in China, owed all to the Chinese.我们始终相信作为中国人是生活中最大的优势。在我家、生活中所有重要的东西都来自中国,都是中国发明的,都归功于中国人。We went on elementary school field trips to pulp plants, where they taught us how paper was made. Paper was invented in China, Mom said, after we relayed the process in awe. Our favorite neighbors were Italian and invited us over for spaghetti. When we came home and raved, Dad would remind us that Marco Polo brought pasta home from China. Not Italian....Chinese....and so it went. And how wonderful they were to instill in us the sense of pride in our heritage that we have never forgotten.读小学时,我们去纸浆厂参观,在那里他们教我们纸是怎样生产的。回家之后,我们崇拜地描述了一番,然后母亲告诉我们,纸是中国人发明的。我们最喜欢的邻居是意大利人,他们邀请我们去吃意大利面。我们吃完饭回到家极力赞美,父亲提醒我们,马可波罗是从中国把面团带回去的,不是意大利的,而是中国的...不断如此。我的父母很伟大,他们不断地向我们灌输对中国传统文化的自豪感,我们从未忘记中国文化。When I first became CEO, a famous American television journalist interviewed my dad and asked him if he always knew I would be successful in business. No, he said, quite to the contrary, he worried for years that raising me to be a respectful Chinese daughter would hinder my ability to compete in a world with what he considered the aggressive, cut throat traits of typical America CEOs. In fact, he passed on a letter to me that I keep, translated from Chinese to English, in my desk drawer.当我刚担任首席执行官时,一个著名的美国电视记者采访我的父亲,问他是否早就知道我会在商界取得成功。不,他回答,恰恰相反,他很多年来一直担心把我教育成一个孝顺的中国女儿会妨碍我在一个他认为充满了攻击性和残酷无情的典型美国首席执行官的圈子里和别人竞争。实际上,他写了一封信给我,我还保存在我办公室的抽屉里。信是由中文翻译成英文的。 /201303/231943The Chinese economy is of course much smaller than the ed States; with a smaller motor, the world economy is likely to move forward at a slower pace. But within these limits a tectonic shift is taking place between the ed States and China with third parties reorienting themselves to the source of positive impulses. The shift may not be permanent or irreversible, but at the present moment, it constitutes the most predictable and significant trend in the global political economy and China is pulling its trading partners like Brazil and some African and Asian counties along with it. India is also doing well based on domestic growth.中国的经济总量显然要比美国小得多;马达变小了,世界经济发展可能会放慢步伐。 但是,由于这些限制,美国与中国之间正在发生结构性的变化,别的国家也在重新调整自己的方向以找到发展的原动力。这个变化也许不会是永久的或不可逆转的,但在目前,这是全球政治经济可预测和显著的趋势。中国正在带动像巴西这样的贸易伙伴和一些非洲、亚洲的国家向前发展。印度立足于国内,经济增长势头良好。The success of Chinese economic policy cannot be taken for granted. The infrastructure investment in the Chinese hinterland may or may not generate self-sustaining economic growth. Under the Chinese system, the return on new investments is generally very low because investment decisions are dictated by political rather than commercial considerations. On the previous two occasions, the relaxation of bank credit produced a spate of bad loans.我们也不能想当然地认为中国经济政策必定会成功。在中国内地,政府对基础设施的投资会不会使经济保持自我持续的增长还是个未知数。在中国的体制下,因为投资决策是出于政治而非商业考虑,所以新投资的回报率通常很低。前两次信贷的宽松导致了大批不良贷款。201409/331392Today we have the special privilege of welcoming a leader of innovation 今天我们特别荣幸地请到了创新领袖Susan Wojcicki 苏珊·沃西基As CEO of the worlds most popular digital platform, YouTube 作为全世界最受欢迎的数字平台YouTube的首席执行官Ms. Wojcicki have shaped the way over 1 billion users access digital media 沃西基女士影响着全世界十亿多用户对数字媒体的使用YouTube is unique YouTube非常独特in the way that it allows small communities to interact with a global network 它让小社区能够同全球网络进行互动And Ms. Wojcickis direction and YouTubes business operations 沃西基女士的指导以及YouTube的商业运作will be critical in shaping the way the world will interact in the coming decades 将在未来数十年内对世界交流方式的塑造至关重要In 1999, Ms. Wojcicki joined Google as the companys first marketing manager1999年沃西基女士加入谷歌 作为公司第一位营销经理Called the most important person in advertising 被称作广告方面最重要的人Ms. Wojcickis supervision and pioneering Google Images and Google Books 沃西基女士对谷歌图片和谷歌书籍的管理和创新jump started much of Googles initial success 让谷歌得以产生最初的飞跃与成功As senior vice president of advertising and commerce 作为广告和商务高级副总裁Ms. Wojcicki determined the vision and direction of Googles monetization platforms 沃西基女士决定了谷歌实现收入的未来和方向According to Forbes 根据福布斯Wojcicki was responsible for 87% of the companys 50 billion in revenue 谷歌500亿收入中有87%都来自于沃西基and shes repeatedly being selected by Forbes as one of worlds most powerful women 她个人也持续被福布斯选为世界最具权势的女性之一As we think about the future 在未来Ms. Wojcickis leadership and innovation of new marketing strategies 沃西基女士在新营销战略上的领导和创新and her overall success as a company executive 以及她作为公司高管的总体成功sets a distinguished example that all of us can admire and emulate 为我们所有人树立了值得敬仰和模仿的榜样Please join me in welcoming our 2014 commencement speaker 请和我一起欢迎2014年毕业演讲嘉宾Susan Wojcicki 苏珊·沃西基201511/412299

Merry Christmas, everybody! (Applause.) We saw this party going on out back and we thought we’d join you. I want to thank Secretary Jewell for not only the introduction but for all that you and everybody who is part of the Interior Department and the Park Service do to protect the magnificent outdoors for our children and for future generations. And I want to thank Jonathan Jarvis, Dan Wenk, and everybody at the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation for putting on this special event each and every holiday season. I want everybody to give it up for our charming Christmas hosts tonight, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson. (Applause.) We have so enjoyed the incredible performers, including the one and only Patti LaBelle. (Applause.) And, finally, thanks to all of you who are here and watching at home for joining us to celebrate this wonderful holiday tradition. Back in 1923, school kids here in Washington wrote a letter to the White House asking if they could put a Christmas tree on the South Lawn. And more than 90 years and a few different evergreens later – (laughter) – the National Christmas Tree still stands as a symbol of hope and holiday spirit, and we still gather as a country each year to light it. We still have school kids involved, too. But this year, they’ve given all the state and territory trees surrounding the National Christmas Tree their first digital upgrade. Young women from all 50 states used their computers – using their coding skills to control the colors and patterns of the lights on the trees. (Applause.) So thanks to those wonderful students. It is incredibly impressive. It’s actually one of the few things that Tom Hanks cannot do. (Laughter.) But while lighting the tree has entered into the 21st century, the story that we remember this season dates back more than 2,000 years. It’s the story of hope – the birth of a singular child into the simplest of circumstances – a child who would grow up to live a life of humility, and kindness, and compassion; who traveled with a message of empathy and understanding; who taught us to care for the poor, and the marginalized, and those who are different from ourselves. And more than two millennia later, the way he lived still compels us to do our best to build a more just and tolerant and decent world. It is a story dear to my family as Christians, but its meaning is one embraced by all peoples across our country and around the world, regardless of how they pray, or whether they pray at all. And that’s to love our neighbors as ourselves. To be one another’s keepers. To have faith in one another, and in something better around the bend. Not just at Christmastime, but all the time. And, finally, this Christmas, we count our blessings and we give thanks to the men and women of our military who help make those blessings possible. And as we hold our loved ones tight, let’s remember the military families whose loved ones are far from home. They are our heroes, and they deserve our heartfelt gratitude and our wholehearted support. (Applause.) So on behalf of Michelle, Malia, Sasha, mom-in-law – (laughter) – and our reindeer Bo and Sunny – (laughter) – I want to wish all of them and I want to wish all of you a very, very merry Christmas, and a holiday filled with joy. God bless you, and God bless the ed States of America.201506/382007

Hi, everybody. Thirty years ago, there were 500,000 people behind bars in America. Today, there are 2.2 million. The ed States is home to 5 percent of the worlds population, but 25 percent of the worlds prisoners. Every year, we spend billion to keep people locked up. Now, many of the folks in prison absolutely belong there – our streets are safer thanks to the brave police officers and dedicated prosecutors who put violent criminals behind bars. But over the last few decades, weve also locked up more non-violent offenders than ever before, for longer than ever before. Thats one of the real reasons our prison population is so high. Ever since I was a Senator, Ive talked about how, in too many cases, our criminal justice system is a pipeline from underfunded schools to overcrowded jails. And weve taken steps to address it. We invested in our schools to give at-risk young people a better shot to succeed. Ive signed a bill reducing the 100 to 1 sentencing disparity between crack and powder cocaine. Ive commuted the sentences of dozens of people sentenced under old drug laws we now recognize were unfair. The Department of Justice has gotten ;Smart on Crime,; refocusing efforts on the worst offenders and pursuing mandatory minimum sentences less frequently. Still, much of our criminal justice system remains unfair. In recent years, more of our eyes have been opened to this truth. And we cant close them anymore. Good people, of all political persuasions, are eager to do something about it. Over the next few weeks, Ill travel the country to highlight some of the Americans who are doing their part to fix our criminal justice system. Ill visit a community battling prescription drug and heroin abuse. Ill speak with leaders from law enforcement who are determined to lower the crime rate and the incarceration rate, and with police chiefs who have dedicated their careers to keeping our streets and officers safe. Ill meet with former prisoners who are earning their second chance. And Ill keep working with lawmakers from both parties who are determined to get criminal justice reform bills to my desk. Earlier this month, Democrats and Republicans came together in the Senate to introduce such a bill – one that would reduce mandatory minimums for non-violent drug offenders, and reward prisoners with shorter sentences if they complete programs that make them less likely to commit a repeat offense. Theres a similar bill working its way through the House, and Im encouraged by these kinds of bipartisan efforts. This is real progress – not liberal ideas or conservative ideas, but common-sense solutions to the challenges we face. From the halls of Congress to the classrooms in our schools, we pledge allegiance to one nation under God with liberty and justice for all. Justice means that every child deserves a chance to grow up safe and secure, without the threat of violence. Justice means that the punishment should fit the crime. And justice means allowing our fellow Americans who have made mistakes to pay their debt to society and rejoin their community as active, rehabilitated citizens. Justice has never been easy to achieve, but its always been worth fighting for. And its something Ill keep fighting for as long as I have the privilege to serve as your president. Thanks, and have a great weekend.201510/404184

  • 福清第一人民医院打胎可靠吗
  • 南岭镇人工流产多少钱美丽解答
  • 福建省立医院打胎流产好吗管热点
  • 渔溪镇妇幼保健院地图
  • 东瀚镇妇幼保健医院妇产科39报
  • 福清治疗肌瘤要多少钱丽口碑青口镇妇女医院在线咨询
  • 豆瓣对话江阴镇四维彩超医院
  • 管晚报福清市妇幼保健院无痛人流收费标准城市卫生
  • 福建福清妇幼保健院联系电话
  • 福清无痛人流手术费用多少泡泡分享
  • 福清市妇保医院有哪些医生管中文福清妇产科医院
  • 福清市阳光女子医院几楼
  • 飞度面诊福建福清市妇女医院客服中心
  • 福清公立医院做无痛人流多少钱
  • 国际资讯福清市女子医院怎么样快乐网
  • 健康知识龙田镇人民医院门诊部预约
  • 福清流产大概要多少钱丽信息福清第一医院正规吗
  • 好医卫生三山镇妇女儿童医院口碑怎样58生活
  • 福清市宏路第三医院妇科飞度云信息
  • 福清做刮宫术需要多少钱
  • 福建省人民医院做人流
  • 39健康福清妇幼保健院是公办的吗
  • 久久分类福建省妇幼保健院怎么样
  • 港头镇人民医院无痛人流好吗挂号在线
  • 福建省镜洋镇引产
  • 东瀚镇妇幼保健院电子病历
  • 龙田镇中医医院不孕医生
  • 福清bbt自凝刀手术多少钱咨询专家
  • 飞度在线福清宏路医院检查白带多少钱
  • 福清平潭县中医院四维彩超预约
  • 相关阅读
  • 瞒天过海!集体耕地上建厂房!村民:相关部门集体哑火(三)
  • 暮影战神武灵攻略大全
  • 唐嫣赵丽颖吴昕林允儿李易峰和谁最有感(图)
  • 酒类电商双罢斗
  • 南京查处违规补缴社保证明份购房证明被注销
  • 内蒙古自治区政协原副主席赵黎平一审被判处死刑
  • 近日李念与刚斩获年北京青年电影节影帝的巩峥出现在街边
  • 徐娇穿白袜撑伞古典韵味十足邻家有女初长成
  • 单机斗地主下载:首存优惠
  • 小学生作业本开口说话曝光盗伐林木团伙
  • 相关推荐