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湖州脸上长晒斑怎么能去掉湖州中心整形医院激光点痣多少钱London taxis ranked world's best, NY/Parisians the rudestLondon taxis, with their friendly drivers who actually know where they are going, are ranked best in the world, according to an annual taxi poll.The survey by travel website hotels.com found London taxis, despite being the most expensive, beat rivals across the globe to head the list for the third consecutive years, scoring a total of 59 percent in votes on several categories by travelers.London taxi drivers were voted both friendliest and most knowledgeable. Drivers in the English capital must pass a rigorous examination called The Knowledge to earn their taxi license.New York's yellow taxis came second in the list, scoring 27 percent which was up 10 percentage points from last year even though Manhattan's cab drivers tied with Parisian taxi drivers as the rudest.Travelers said New York had the most available taxis.Cabbies in Rome were voted the worst drivers in the world with almost one in 10 travelers thinking the Italian capital had the world's worst taxi drivers when it came to the quality of driving."Traveling by taxi is one of the first experiences that many travellers have upon arrival in a new city. In fact, the research found that cabs are by far the most popular method of traveling from the airport to their hotel," a spokesman for hotels.com said in a statement.The global poll scored city based taxis for their levels of cleanliness, value, quality of driving, knowledge of the area, friendliness, safety and availability.Rounding out the top five were Tokyo with a total score of 26 percent, Berlin with 17 percent, and Bangkok famed for its tuk-tuks scoring 14 percent.The survey for hotels.com, part of the Expedia group, was conducted among over 1,900 travellers between May 11-28 this year.Vocabulary:tie: to make the same score as; equal in a contest(得分相同,打成平局)cabbies: a cabdriver(出租车司机)tuk-tuks: (in Thailand) a three-wheeled motor vehicle used as a taxi(电动三轮车,也称为“突突车”)背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/110971长兴县去除眉间纹手术多少钱 British credit crunch ITN's Ben King reports on the huge credit card debt growing in Britain. Louise Box from Manchester transferred her 1,800-pound debts to a nought per cent interest card with Virgin. Then she bought a 300-pound suit on the new card. She knew she'd be charged interest on that purchase. But then she discovered that she won't be able to clear the interest bearing debt until she's paid off all the interest-free bit which might take a whole year. Result: a rather more expensive suit than she bargained for. I suppose I was a little naive to think that banks wouldn't be acting about the interest, and they would be acting ethically. But I'm just very disappointed that I rang Virgin and their response was there's nothing we can do. This is the way that we operate.Not for long though. The government is proposing to ban companies for making customers pay their low interest debts off first. It's also proposing no increases on credit card limits without prior consent; no raising interest rates for existing credit card debts; and higher minimum payments to accelerate the full repayment of debt. What we find out by talking to consumers is that these are the sorts of things that, that really irritate them. And although these, some of these things have been looked at in the past, it's quite clear that we need to rebalance things now more in favour of the consumer, put the consumer in the driving seat and actually do more to encourage a responsible culture of borrowing and lending. And these are some of the measures that consumers particularly say they welcome.But the industry warns that there may be a price to pay for any attempt to tighten up on our flexible friends. Credit cards need to be flexible. They need to be convenient. We need to make sure that they don't become inconvenient. And if some of these proposals come forward, that could put a cost on credit cards. Credit, the cost of credit is aly expensive through things like fraud, debts, the wholesale cost of credit. And if credit cards become too expensive, they'll only be available to a limited number of people.Whichever proposals become law, Britain's titanic debt burden will take decades to shift. Britain's total credit card debt is nearly 64 billion pounds. That's more than 1,000 pounds for every man, woman, and child in Britain, enough to buy 800 Cristiano Ronaldos, or fund England's NHS for eight months. This mountain of consumer debt is one of the main reasons why Britain's economy is still stuck in recession while France and Germany are aly well on the path to recovery.Glossary:interest bearing debt: 有息负债,公司需要在约定时间向债权人归还本金和利息的负债,包括贷款、公司债、商业票据等短期融资工具。tighten up on sth: to make a rule, law, or system more strictcome forward: to offer help to someone, or offer to do sth11/88798Researchers at Boston University have identified a kind of genetic signature in people who are likely to live to age 100 or older. The technique may also help doctors predict whether you're likely to get a disease, decades before the symptoms show up.Living a long, healthy life tends to run in families. If your grandparents and parents lived into their 90s and remained relatively healthy until the end, there's a pretty good chance you will, too.So it's pretty clear genetics plays some role in longevity.In this study, the research team developed a new statistical way of analyzing the genetic code of people who had reached age 100 as compared with people who had a more typical lifespan. Tom Perls, who heads the New England Centenarian Study, explains what they found."We discovered 150 or so genetic markers that can highly predict whether or not a person has the genetic propensity to live to extreme old age."Using just that large number of genetic markers, the team was able to predict in almost four out of five cases whether a person would live to be 100.Perls says the key to successfully predicting long life was the sophisticated statistical analysis of many different gene variations that each played some role."And that's what this method does - it captures the complexity of the puzzle and the interaction of all these genes together to produce exceptional longevity."Perls and his colleagues publish their study in the online edition of the journal Science.The Boston University researcher says this kind of analysis could play a role, not just in predicting who will live longest, but in actually helping people live longer and healthier lives.In an interview via Skype, Tom Perls said the same technique used to predict long life may also be used to predict whether a person might eventually develop certain diseases. He gave the example of Alzheimer's Disease as one in which genetics plays a role."And we think that this methodology can very much be used to capture the bunch of genes that are playing an important role in one's susceptibility to that disease," he said. "And the same can be true, perhaps, for looking at adult-onset diabetes, or cardiovascular disease, or stroke. Again, where I think there is at least a moderate impact from genetic variation."As the cost of the needed genetic tests continues to decline, he predicts doctors will be able to screen patients for diseases they may not develop until later in life, and recommend ways to avoid them.  波士顿大学的研究人员在可望活过百岁的人身上分辩出一种基因特征。这种技术也可能有助于医生提前几十年,就预知你会不会患什么疾病。 健康长寿通常和家族有关。如果你的祖父母和父母都活到90岁以上,而且身体一直相当健康,你很可能也会这样。 所以,长寿显然有遗传因素。 波士顿大学“新英格兰百龄老人研究”小组使用一种新的统计方式,将百岁老人的基因密码与寿命一般的人进行比对分析。 研究小组负责人汤姆·珀尔斯说:“我们发现了大约150种基因标记,这些基因标记能够准确预测一个人有没有特别长寿的遗传倾向。” 通过这许多基因标记,研究小组能够预测一个人是否能活到百岁,准确率几乎达到百分之80。 珀尔斯说,成功预测长寿与否的关键,在于精密地统计分析具有不同作用的基因种类。 “我们的方法就是抓住谜团中的复杂部分,分析所有这些基因间的互动如何导致长寿。” 珀尔斯和他的同事们将研究报告发表在科学杂志的网路版上。 波士顿大学的这位专家说,这种方法不仅可以用来预测谁活得最长,还能帮助人们活得更健康,更长寿。 珀尔斯接受采访时说,预测长寿的技术也可以用来预测一个人未来会不会得某种疾病。他举例说,老年痴呆就是一种受到遗传因素影响的疾病。他说:“我们认为这种方法很可以用来发现那些使人们容易患上某种疾病的重要遗传因子。同样地,也可以用来预测成人糖尿病、心血管疾病或中风的风险。” 由于遗传因子试验的成本持续下降,珀尔斯预测,医生们将能够为病人筛检出在生命后期才会患上的疾病,并且建议预防的方法。201007/110262湖州哪里埋线双眼皮比较好

湖州隆胸多少钱Cancer therapy癌症治疗Taking aim sooner即将实现对症下药If personalised medicine is to achieve its full potential, it should be used earlier on in clinical trials若想让个体化药物发挥最大潜力,那就应该尽早将它投入临床试验。Jun 9th 2011 | from the print editionONE of the prospects supporters of the Human Genome Project held out was personalised medicine. Knowing which genes were involved in a particular patient’s disease would allow drugs to be deployed with greater precision. That is starting to happen in the field of cancer. Several targeted therapies, aimed at specific cancer-causing mutations, including Gleevec for chronic myelogenous leukaemia and Herceptin for some types of breast cancer, have been spectacularly successful. Yet in most cases of cancer doctors still base their treatment on where in the body a tumour has sprung up, rather than on which molecular aberrations have caused it.人类基因组计划持者认为该计划的前景之一就是个体化药物。通过了解哪些基因与特定病人的疾病存在关联,会使药物的使用更加精确。在癌症领域,这种情况即将成为现实。几种针对特定致癌突变的靶向疗法——包括治疗慢性髓细胞性白血病的格列卫和治疗多种类型乳癌的赫塞汀——所展现出的治疗效果令世人瞩目。而在癌症的大多数病例中,医生们的治疗仍然基于人体中肿瘤出现的位置,而不考虑究竟是哪几种分子畸变导致了肿瘤的发生。The same is true of medical researchers recruiting volunteers for clinical trials, especially those known as phase I trials, in which a new drug is tested on people for the first time. Participants in such trials are often those whose tumour has sp beyond its original site, and will probably prove fatal. Usually, they have tried all proven therapies, to no avail. Their precarious condition means they are rarely accepted for phase II and III trials, which are more complicated and extensive.对于招募临床试验志愿者,尤其是所谓的第一阶段试验(在该阶段,人们要接受新药的第一次人体试验)志愿者的医疗研究员来说,情况也同样如此。该阶段试验的参加者通常是那些肿瘤发生扩散而远离初始位置的人,他们也将因此而有性命之忧。一般来说,他们已然尝试过所有经过验的疗法,却徒劳无功。他们危急的病情意味着只有少数人能接受更为复杂和广泛的第二和第三阶段试验。Oddly, though, even if the drug being tested is a targeted therapy the tradition in phase I trials has been to gather together patients with, say, lung cancer and assume that all carry the relevant mutation. That is because such trials are concerned mainly with testing a drug’s safety, not its efficacy. The volunteers are usually happy to go along with this. But the odds are not good. On average, fewer than 5% of participants in phase I trials respond successfully to the treatment.但是令人感到奇怪的是,即便所试验的药物是一种靶向治疗药物,第一阶段试验的传统也一直是招募病人,比如肺癌患者,并假定他们所有人都携带相关的突变体。那是因为这些试验主要关注点在于测试药品的安全性,而非有效性。志愿者通常愿意从头到尾全程配合,但是效果仍不甚理想。平均来说,在第一阶段试验中只有不到5%的参与者经过治疗后病情大有起色。201106/141187湖州玻尿酸隆鼻玻尿酸垫下巴多少钱 戛纳电影节闭幕 娄烨《春风沉醉的夜晚》夺最佳编剧奖"阿特兰蒂斯"号航天飞机载着7名宇航员安全降落在加利福尼亚州爱德华兹空军基地,圆满完成了对哈勃太空望远镜最后一次维护的飞行任务。The space shuttle Atlantis has landed in California. It touched down at Edwards Air Force Base after a 12-day mission to repair the Hubble space telescope. The return had been delayed for two days because of bad weather. The Atlantis commander Scott Altman said he and six other astronauts were thrilled to be back.“Landing here I just felt great to everybody. So we're all thrilled to have the mission complete. It was a testament to the teamwork and cooperation of folks all across the country and we wanna express our thanks to everybody, especially to Edwards for all the folks who supported us, providing us a place to land and aren't too upset about us taking up their runway for a few hours today.”2008-赛季英格兰足球超级联赛第38轮结束了全部10场较量:已提前将英超冠军奖杯收入囊中的曼联队携手利物浦队、切尔西队和阿森纳队齐奏凯歌,四大豪门均以胜利结束本赛季征程;纽卡斯尔联队落败,米德尔斯堡队战平,两队与已经提前被判"死刑"的西布朗维奇队一同告别英超。On the final day of the English Football Season, Newcastle and Middlesbrough have been relegated from the Premier League to the Championship while Hull and Sunderland survived. For the fans, the fight to stay in the top tier of English football have been even more emotional than usual, as all four clubs threatened by relegation today were from the northeast of England.北京时间昨日凌晨,第62届戛纳电影节落下帷幕。德国导演迈克尔·哈内克凭《白丝带》赢得金棕榈大奖.中国导演娄烨的电影《春风沉醉的夜晚》获得最佳编剧奖。The Austrian director Michael Haneke's film the White Ribbon has won the Palme d'Or of the Cannes Film Festival. The film was set in a small town in Germany just before the beginning of the First World War. Christoph Waltz was named as the Best Actor and Charlotte Gainsbourg won Best Actress. A Chinese director Lou Ye won best screenplay for his film Spring Fever. Lou said he hoped to be the last Chinese director to be banned.B News.05/71829湖州南浔区复合彩光祛斑多少钱

湖州祛妊娠纹价格Rowing Across An Ocean 划船横越印度洋Its a hat trick. Sarah Outen has reached the south-eastern tip of Mauritius, becoming the first woman to row alone across the Indian Ocean, the fastest person to do so and at the age of 24, the youngest.In a rowing boat shes covered 3100 miles under scorching sun, sometimes riding 30-foot waves in shark-infested water.When she set off she admitted she was slightly mad:;People ask that as the first question sometimes. Are you mad? And my answer is, Well youve got to be a bit of a fruit loop to get through this life I think. So yes I am and Im proud of it.;It wasnt just a test of endurance and stamina, it was about raising money for arthritis charities.Sarahs dad, who had rheumatoid arthritis, died three years ago. She went on her extraordinary adventure in his memory.词汇hat trick帽子戏法,创三项记录row划船scorching灼热的shark-infested鲨鱼经常出没地区mad疯了fruit loop表现失常的endurance忍耐力stamina毅力/持久力arthritis charities关节炎病慈善机构extraordinary adventure不寻常的探险之举 08/81832 Brewing酿酒业Heady discoveries令人陶醉的发现The yeast that gave rise to lager is tracked down to South America生产拉格(或贮陈)啤酒的酵母可追溯到南美Aug 27th 2011 | from the print edition The Patagonian connection 与巴塔哥尼亚高原的联系IN THE 15th century a schism opened in the world of beer. Brewers in Bavaria alighted on a new version of that age-old drink—one that liked to be fermented in the cold and could thus be brewed in winter. The lager revolution had begun.15世纪,啤酒界开始了一次强烈的意见分歧。德国巴伐利亚州的啤酒酿造者们偶然发现这种古老饮料的新变种---一种喜欢在低温发酵,因而能够在冬天酿造饮料。拉格(或贮陈)啤酒革命已经开始。The difference between lagers and more traditional ales lies in the yeast. Ales are made with baker’s yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Lagers use a hybrid, half cerevisiae and half something else. The interloper, though, has never been found—until now.拉格啤酒和更传统的艾尔啤酒之间的区别在于使用不同的酵母。艾尔啤酒由面包师傅的酵母---酵母属釀酒酵母(学名为Saccharomyces cerevisiae)酿制而成。拉格(或贮陈)啤酒则由一半酿酒酵母和一半其它东西混合而成的东西酿制。不过,这另一半闯入者直到现在才发现。After a worldwide search, a team of geneticists has pinned it down to South America. Chris Todd Hittinger of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Diego Libkind of the Argentine National Council for Scientific and Technical Research, found their quarry over 11,000km (7,000 miles) from Bavaria, in the cool alpine forests of Patagonia. As they explain in a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the newly described species, named Saccharomyces eubayanus, lives in galls that infect beech trees there. These sugary galls often ferment on the forest floor, and locals have been known to make an alcoholic beverage from them. Genetic sequencing confirmed that the yeast in the galls is 99.5% identical with the non-ale half of the lager-yeast genome.在全世界范围内进行搜索后,一队遗传学家已经确认这种闯入者来自南美。威斯康星大学麦迪逊分校的克里斯#8226;托德#8226;希廷格尔(Chris Todd Hittinger)和阿根廷国家科学和技术研究会的迪戈#8226;利布金德(Diego Libkind)在远离巴伐利亚州11000公里(7000英里)的巴塔哥尼亚高原上凉爽的高山森林里找到了他们的来源。根据他们在《美国国家科学院院刊》上发表的一篇论文中所解释,最近描述的这个命名为酵母属真贝酵母(学名为Saccharomyces eubayanus)的物种生活在感染那儿山毛榉树的虫瘿里。这些含糖的虫瘿经常在森林的地面上发酵,当地人一直用它们来酿造含酒精的饮料。基因测序实了虫瘿里的酵母与拉格酵母的非酿酒酵母那一半基因组有着99.5%的相似性。201109/152714湖州有再造耳朵医院吗湖州南浔区吸脂丰胸多少钱




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