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彭州市中医院门诊在那里新都区妇科检查哪家医院最好的KING: You've lived the life of a first lady of a state and a federal government. Would you want it for one of your daughters? L. BUSH: Sure, if they wanted it. I mean, the fact is, I'm the first lady because I happened to marry someone who ran for president and won. And I didn't run for the office. I'm here because he ran, and he wanted to run. As he said, you know, don't feel sorry for him; he's a volunteer; he volunteered for this job, and he ran for the office. I think that I have an unbelievable opportunity to see our country at its very, very best. And do I get to see it at its worst? Sure. But overwhelmingly, every opportunity that I have strengthens and encourages me because of the way the American people are. KING: So you wouldn't mind it if one of them had the same path?L. BUSH: Sure, no, I mean, why did you not suggest that one of them might run themselves? (LAUGHTER)KING: How about running? Would that bother you? L. BUSH: No, not at all. If they were interested in that, I think that'd be terrific. KING: Are you going to get involved in the 2006 elections? L. BUSH: Sure. KING: Are you going to campaign for...L. BUSH: Sure, absolutely, I'll be campaigning for our candidates. I've aly done some and have some more scheduled. KING: When I first met you there in Austin, you were not a fan of running for office. That was not your ball game. L. BUSH: Well, I know how hard it is. I do know how hard it is. And I had -- George and I had an advantage that most people, except John Quincy Adams, haven't had, and that is we had seen someone we loved in this job, and we knew what it was like, and we knew what we were getting into. Certainly, we didn't know how extremely difficult and challenging these years would be for our country because of September 11th. But on the other hand, we knew to expect the unexpected, that that's what happens. That's what has happened to every president...(CROSSTALK) KING: So you like getting out now? L. BUSH: So I do like it. I like it a lot. It's fun. KING: Do you have a favorite? L. BUSH: A favorite state or...KING: A favorite presidential...L. BUSH: ... or a favorite president?KING: Office, for the office in 2008. L. BUSH: Oh, in 2008. I thought you were talking about the 2006 elections. KING: Those governors and senators and congressmen, I don't know.L. BUSH: I'll be campaigning for them, and then we'll see what happens in 2008.200809/47883青羊区看妇科哪家医院最好的 Host: And Helen Fisher is the author of Why We Love and studied relationships for years. Hey, Helen nice to see you. So it's a little bit like ok when, when people get(s) together, initially they say ah, there is such chemistry (Right.)between me and her. That's true, but unfortunately it seems like the chemistry changes after a year. You buy it? H: Uh, it... probably not after a year. I mean, actually this study they said it was one to two years. But they also were studying only people who were um said that they were not in love after that period of time. So they weren't studying people who re... remained in love, which is possible you know. Host: When we talk .... Before we talk about the concept, then let's just talk about the study. (Right.) If it was a good sampling, do you think it was an accurate study? H: Well, it's hard to know. I mean they had 39 people and would have been great if they had 1039. But 39 is better than nothing, then. You know you would expect, I mean, this is one of the most powerful experiences on earth when men make love and it's much more powerful than the sex drive. And you would expect all kinds of bodily chemicals to be involved in it. What they've done is they found just another. Host: Have we heard about these nerve growth factors before? I mean that did, did they apply in other situations? H: Yeah absolutely. They help with the nourishment of the cells of the body. And some people think that they are associated also with anxiety, and feelings of dependence and euphoria, which are associated with romantic love. Host: What about age? Does that apply in here? I mean do you , do you tend to have more fluctuation in the levels of these things when you are younger or when you are older? H: We don't know about nerve growth factor. But I studied 430 Americans and actually 420 Japanese and my sample of people over 45 show just as mush as that sweaty palms syndrome as those who are under 25, so...Host: So you don't lose that puppy love feeling just because you are 45 years old. H: No, you know what, I have had an 8-year-old boy, perfectly described to me his infatuation for an 8-year-old girl. And I certainly know people in their 70s who are mad in love. I think this is a brain system a lot like the fear system. It can be triggered at anytime in life. Host: If there is in fact a decrease in certain body chemicals(Right.) and the euphoria starts to wane. Is there anything people can do to keep it going? H: Yes, very definitely. First of all, you gotta pick the right person so that there is real chemical continuing reaction between the two of you. And second you can do novel things together. Novelty drives the levels of the dopamine in the brain, and I and my colleagues have found that dopamine in the brain is associated with romantic love so that's why vacations are so exciting. You know you do something novel, you do something exciting. It changes those chemicals and you can feel that feeling again. Host: By the way, you don't think it's a bad idea if the euphoria goes at the end of the year because if you stay in the relationship, you will find out if you really truly love that person or you are just having a chemical reaction? H: Absolutely, absolutely, as a matter of fact I mean, you know, I've often recommended to people that, you know, waiting till that intense passion wears off then you know what you've got. Host: Call me in a year, right. Helen Fisher, thanks so much. H: Thank you. 200808/46185成都铁路分局医院有四维彩超吗

成都妇女医院可以做引产吗But despite the Mongol's attempts to master siege warfare, the Chinese were still much more advanced in their military technology. They responded by filling bombs with crude oil, molten metal, chemicals and excrement. Despite the ferocious bombardment, Genghis Khan ordered his men to advance to the walls. Once again, Chinese prisoners were in the front line. As the city fell, the Chinese commander had just one option. Genghis Khan was so confident of victory that he left his army to capture the city. His final command to his generals was to fulfill his prophecy. He ordered total annihilation. molten: melted, liquefied by heatexcrement: waste discharged from the body, fecesannihilation: destruction, ruin; extinction, extermination200809/50120四川成都市中医院在线询问 成都那个男科医院好

新都区妇女儿童医院客服咨询The queue for the auditions went on and on. Some of the girls have been lining up since yesterday evening to get their couple of minutes in front of the casting director. Thousands of young actresses traveled to London to try and win a part in the next Harry Potter film. Producers are looking for a thirteen to sixteen-year-old girl to play Luna Lovegood, a trainee wizard and friend of Harry's. Unidentified Girl: Oh~Well, she's ur, very like a random sort of person, she'll burst out laugh. She's really unusual. She's been in an outcast movie other than Harry Potter. She's very different to the other characters. Unidentified Girl: She's quite unique. She's her own person and she believes in what she wants to believe, or, and, picks up what people tell her. They were told to leave any costumes or make-up at home. The casting director wanted to see them completely natural. Unidentified Girl: Hi, Harry. I'm Luna Lovegood. You might like vice the quibbler I can be.Unidentified Girl: Hi, I'm Luna Lovegood. How are you? Unidentified Girl: Hi, Harry. I'm Luna Lovegood. Could we do quibbler?First, which of you can tell me how many unforgivable curses there are? The Harry Potter films have made stars of Danial Radcliff and Emma Watson. Whoever eventually wins the part of the Luna will no doubt be hoping it does the same for them. Even given the popularity of Harry Potter, it is still staggering how many people have turned up here to audition. The queue behind me goes on for as far as the eye can see and well beyond that. To give you an idea of how many people have come down here, one man said it took him 15 minutes to walk from the back of the queue to the front. Today was just the first of many rounds of auditions. Some aly know they haven't got through. Unidentified Girl: I've aly been in there, and they didn't choose me. Well, well. Luck comes, Luck goes.But for others, the dream of being in a Harry Potter film is still very much alive. Victoria Bryning, Sky News, Central London.200805/39187 阿坝看乳腺检查多少钱四川成都市二院生孩子好吗

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