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滨海县人民医院看男科好吗盐城/妇保医院男科咨询“According to Chinese regulation if they do not marry before giving birth, registering the kid is a huge problem.”“根据中国现行的规定,如果她们未婚生育,孩子上户口是个跟大的问题。”Solutions are scarce, Wei said, and one includes marriage.解决办法很少,魏说,结婚是其中一个。“They can marry somebody and then apply for a hukou for the kid, in this way the problem can be solved.”“她们可以找个人结婚,然后为孩子申请户口,用这种方式可以解决问题。”Fines for unwed mothers针对未婚妈妈的罚款On the other hand, no solution is available to avoid the social compensation fees imposed by local government on unwed mothers for breaking the one-child policy.另一方面,无法避免地方政府针对未婚妈妈违反一个孩子政策征收的社会抚养费。Last month Wuhan city government sparked controversy when it announced a new regulation targeting women giving birth out of wedlock. Article 26 of the regulation on population management, currently under revision, states that ‘unwed people giving birth or unable to provide certificate of the partner’ must pay a social compensation fee in accordance with local law.上个月,武汉市出台一项针对未婚生育的新规定时,引发了争议。该规定第26条是针对人口管理的,尚处于修订之中,声明未婚生育或无法提供配偶明的,根据当地法律,必须缴纳社会抚养费。Li Yun, a women’s rights lawyer based in Guangzhou, said that Wuhan’s policies put an unfair financial load on these women.李云(音),广州的一名女权律师,认为武汉的这个政策对妇女造成了不公平的经济负担。“The fine set is double the amount of the fine for couple who have more than one child” she said. “This is probably because the number of children born out of wedlock is increasingly high, but it’s unfair and many are against the rule.”“这个罚款的标准是对生育超过一个孩子的夫妇的罚款的两倍,”她说,“这可能是因为非婚生育儿童的数量越来越多,但这样罚款是不公平的,很多都是违规的。”The burden of fines often weighs only on single mothers, as partners abandon them.当被伴侣抛弃的时候,罚款的负担通常压在单身妈妈身上。The amount varies and in certain areas can be the equivalent of one year’s income. People like Yi Ran, who do not enjoy family support and fall outside social welfare programs aimed only at married couples, find it very difficult to pay social compensation fees.罚款的数额不等,在特定地区相当于她们一年的收入。像易冉这些人,得不到家庭的资助,游离于仅针对已婚夫妇的社会保险之外,她们很难去付社会抚养费。But public opinion is reacting to Wuhan’s new law. Earlier this month local students took to the street protesting the measure.然而,公众舆论正在对武汉的新法规做出回应。这个月早些时候,武汉学法律的学生们走上街头抗议这个措施。Social network社交网络On the fringes of society, where no help is available to them, unwed mothers rely heavily on each other.生活在社会边缘,无助的未婚妈妈们强烈地彼此依赖。Many go on the Internet to find help and moral relief.她们中间的许多人上网寻求帮助和精神慰藉。More than 3, 000 users are active in an online chat dedicated to unwed mothers on Internet portal Baidu, said the forum’s moderator Yiyi.门户网站百度上一个专注于未婚妈妈在线聊天的论坛上有三千多活跃用户,该论坛的版主Yiyi说。Yi Ran explains that the Internet is the only place where she can express her feelings and frustrations as a single mother. Never has she sought help from strangers or social welfare.易冉说网络是她作为单身妈妈表达情绪和挫折的唯一地方。她从未向陌生人或社会福利机构寻求过帮助。“There are things I cannot say in real life, but the Internet is my little space of freedom” she said.“有些事情我无法在现实生活中说,但网络是我一个自由的小空间”,她说道。Yang, an officer at the All China Women’s Federation in Beijing’s Dongcheng District, acknowledges that unwed mothers rarely seek help at government-sponsored agencies like theirs.杨女士,位于北京东城区的中国妇女联合会的的一位官员,承认未婚妈妈极少向类似她们那样的由政府资助的机构寻求帮助。“We basically do not have a service for unmarried mothers because there is not this need in society and nobody asks us for this kind of help.”“我们一般没有针对未婚妈妈的务,因为在社会上没有这种需要,也没有人向我们寻求这种务。”But as long as social perception of unmarried mothers does not change, it will be difficult for these women to come out.但是只要未婚妈妈的社会知觉不改变,针对这些女性的务就不会出现。Lawyer Li Yun said women who give birth out of wedlock live under high pressure. “People basically believe it’s a personal mistake, it’s their personal responsibility to be a single mother” she said. “They receive moral condemnation by society.”李云律师说未婚生育女性生活在极大的压力之下。“人们一般认为这是个人错误,沦为单身妈妈是她们个人的责任。她们还会受到社会的道德谴责。”她说。 /201307/247066盐城/做超导可视无痛人流医院 打饱嗝、恶臭的脚丫子和几首诗来源:Guardian(卫报) 编辑:VickiDavid Cameron的朋友,紫色罗尼背后的最富有的人,你有很多理由讨厌Giles Andreae,但是永远不要用封面来评价一本书。他因为写歌而赚了不少钱,情人节前夕,Andreae的四本书,包括《世上最好的男朋友》、《世上最好的女朋友》、《完美情人》等都是前15的热销书。2008年,《最好的父亲》和《最好的祖父》两本书更是雄霸书市排行榜首。Bottom burps, stinky feet and other poemsOld Etonian, friend of David Cameron, the (very) wealthy man behind the Purple Ronnie franchise(选举权) ... there are numerous (众多的)reasons not to like Giles Andreae. But, warns Jon Henley you should never judge a book by its cover 'These were the greetings card answer to alternative (另外的)comedy, really' ... Giles Andreae. Photograph: Martin ArglesLet us count the reasons not to like Giles Andreae. He went to Eton, and to Oxford. He shares a bright and airy office in Notting Hill with Richard Curtis. And with Mariella Frostrup. He's a very old, very good friend of David Cameron. And he must be worth (I'm guessing, but I can't be very far wrong) substantially (充分地)in excess of pound;5m.He makes that much money writing ditties(小曲) such as this: "You're a very special person/And you mean a lot to me/When you're around you make the world/A better place to be." Or this: "I know that it sounds cheesy(劣质的)/But I'm telling you it's true/It's fab(极好的) to have a Mum/Who is as marvellous as you." Then he illustrates them with stick-figures a five-year-old might be proud of, puts them on a greeting card or into a Little Book, and sells them. So far, he has sold 80m cards, and five million books.In the week before Valentine's Day, four of Andreae's Purple Ronnie books, including those for the World's Best Boyfriend, the World's Best Girlfriend and the Perfect Lover, could be found in the top 15 of the Sunday Times non-fiction bestseller list. In 2008, at Father's Day, the Little Books for a Smashing Dad and a Smashing Grandad occupied the top two spots in the same chart.This year, his latest, the Little Book for the World's Best Dad (sample line: "Although Mums hardly ever fart, Dads hardly ever stop"), was well up there too. Since last month, his work has had an even wider audience: millions of Google Mail subscribers can now personalise (使个性化)their emails with one of Andreae's Edward Monkton characters, created specially for the service.And then you meet him, and he turns out to be the kind of man you might run into in the pub and get on with well enough to consider inviting round to supper the week after next, perhaps with his wife, who works - you couldn't make this up - for Boden, the catalogue company favoured by Cameron and run by fellow Old Etonian Johnnie Boden. Infuriating, really.It doesn't do, though, to question the merit of his work. "What's the function of poetry?" he asks, with that Cameroonian mix of earnestness (认真)and enthusiasm. "It's to express general truths, to connect with the er and make him think: Wow, I've experienced that, but you've expressed it so much better. I've got whole folders of letters from people, servicemen for example, who've told me they have used my cards to express their feelings, or my poems out at their weddings."Purple Ronnie's poetry? "'How many ways do I love you?'" he recites. "'I think there are probably two/The rumpety pump way is all very well/But I like the soppy way too.' There's the allusion (暗指)to Elizabeth Barrett Browning in the first line; it's fun to play with that. There's 'rumpety pump': good Anglo-Saxon words, a bit of a laugh. And there's the sentiment at the end. Purple Ronnie has those two sides: the playful side, the willies, bums and burps(打嗝), but also the sentiment - love, and happiness."That poem, Andreae analyses, is saying: "I value you not just as a lover, but as a friend. And it's pretty tight. It's fluid(易变的), well-constructed verse. It rhymes, it scans, it has a certain charm. Yes, it's poetry. At its best, Purple Ronnie puts little thoughts out there, on very high-volume selling items, that people use to make very personal connections with one another. And I'm actually very proud of that." As well he might be. Poetry or no, two years ago he sold the rights to Purple Ronnie in a deal worth a potential pound;4.8m.Yet the whole story very nearly never happened, for a reason that may, one suspects, have something to do with why it eventually did succeed so spectacularly. Purple Ronnie began as a stage act for an Oxford revue in 1987. "He was a street poet, alongside comedians, jugglers, musicians, what have you," Andreae says. "The show's compere came up with the name, and the poems were much more bizarre and left-field than they are now."He thought his odes might work on greeting cards. His mum, he says, was "an inveterate sender, to me and my four brothers. I chose the poems with a friend, and he illustrated them in a very basic fashion, and we printed up 200 or so of them and biked them round the Oxford stationers."At the time, the cards were "surprising, engaging, unusual. There was nothing else like them out there. Everything was old-fashioned and crusty. These were the greetings card answer to alternative comedy, really." Andreae and his friend, the future novelist James Lovegrove, flogged the cards at 10p a pop. "And they sold. Not in huge amounts, but they sold."Shortly after, it emerged that "a housemate's girlfriend's parents' next-door neighbour-but-one" was actually a greetings card publisher (the housemate was Cameron; they're still good friends and godfather to each other's children). "He got his reps to go into all these shops and see how many of our cards were left, and they said, 'Hardly any.' So he took them on."Which, more or less, was when Andreae nearly died. "I was in my last term," he explains, "and I started feeling tired, sweaty. I was losing weight. So I went to the Radcliffe hospital and the oncologist thought that he'd found the first man to grow a gill. I was the Fish Man! He thought I'd make him famous. I thought I probably had Hodgkin's disease, but by the time I had a biopsy and it was diagnosed, it was so advanced that I had to start treatment the next day. That was two weeks before my finals. My first proper shot of chemo was on the morning of my first exam."He sat his finals while undergoing chemotherapy(化疗). Before that, though, he spent a fortnight(两周) back and forth between Oxford and Bristol nearly every day. "The specialist had told me, almost as an afterthought, that the chemo could leave me infertile," he says. "I asked him if it was possible to store sperm, which it wasn't, really, in those days. But he found an agricultural facility that was good with prize bulls. So I went along, and they pointed me to the staff loo. My dad had come with me. He stood outside the door the whole time."Given the all-clear, Andreae had - like many an 80s arts graduate - just started work as a trainee account manager at an advertising agency when a chance meeting between his mother and a leading cancer specialist led to him getting a second opinion. "Turns out I was riddled with it," he says. A further eight months of heavy-duty chemotherapy left him "certainly grateful to be alive". Is that what is really behind Purple Ronnie's irrepressible(压抑不住的) - some might say excruciating (极为疼痛的)- joie de vivre? "Maybe it is. Maybe he's a part of me expressing my joy at having simply survived that. And a very secure and happy childhood. That's probably more important than anything."Purple Ronnie started to take off in the early 90s, writ large on products such as mugs and toiletries(化妆品). Andreae's other creation, the altogether more whimsical(异想天开的)/philosophical Edward Monkton (sample thought: "Buy me, Lady," said the frock, "and I will make you into a beautiful and whole and complete human being." "Do not be silly," said the Man, "for a frock alone cannot do that." "True," said the Lady. "I will have the shoes and the bag as well") proved no slouch(无精打采的), either. In 2000, Andreae went determinedly mainstream, switching the cards business to Hallmark and the books to Macmillan, since when "we've been selling about 15 times as many of both".But is Purple Ronnie recognisable(可辨识的) from the alternative, off-the-wall student creation Andreae hawked round Oxford 22 years ago? "I'm aware," he says carefully, "that with Hallmark it's probably better to write cards about Happy Birthday than about Karl Marx. But in essence he's the same." Now, with his work proudly displayed on merchandise ranging from beachtowels to Post-its to mugs to jewellery to shower gels, Andreae is sitting on the proceeds of a 2007 deal that saw the intellectual property rights firm Coolabi acquire the rights to all his characters, and his children's books - with titles such as Rumble in the Jungle and Commotion in the Ocean - for a heartwarming pound;3.3m, with an extra pound;1.5m in the offing depending, as they say, on "future performance".The deal includes a commitment to explore possibilities for Purple Ronnie abroad. The character fares well, Andreae says, in Australia, and has hopes in the US. Personally, I think Purple Ronnie's appeal will probably always be greatest in a nation whose celebrated capacity for expressing emotion is summed up by Purple Ronnie in his Little Book of Love Poems: "I sometimes find it rather hard/To say I really care/And that I like you quite a lot/But I've said it now - so there."At the end of the day, it's about "knowing what people really want to say, and saying it for them", Andreae reckons. Distressingly(痛苦的), it seems that what we really want to say is stuff like: "This poem says I love you/And you make my life complete/Except for all your bottom burps/And your stinky feet." But you can't really blame Andreae for that, can you?Keke View:Try to find yourself in his books! /200907/77012It really is possible to be bored to death, scientists have found, after research showed those who live tedious lives are twice as likely to die young.科学家发现,人真的可能会无聊至死。因为有研究显示,生活单调乏味的人英年早逝的可能性为正常人的两倍。People who complain of "high levels" of boredom in their lives are at double the risk of dying from from heart disease or a stroke than those who find life entertaining, researchers at University College London found.伦敦大学学院的研究人员发现,那些抱怨生活“极度”无聊的人死于心脏病或中风的风险是那些觉得生活愉快的人的两倍。Of more than 7,000 civil servants who were monitored over 25 years, those who said they were bored were nearly 40 per cent more likely to have died by the end of the study than those who did not.研究人员在25年间对七千多名公务员进行了跟踪调查。调查结果发现,那些称生活无聊的人在研究结束前死亡的可能性比生活愉快的人高近40%。People who are bored are more likely to turn to unhealthy habits like drinking and smoking, which can cut their life-expectancy, the scientists said.科学家说,觉得生活无聊的人更容易染上抽烟喝酒等不健康的生活习惯,而这些不良习惯会缩短他们的寿命。Specialists from the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University College London, studied the responses of 7,524 civil servants aged between 35 and 55 who were interviewed about their levels of boredom in the mid eighties. They then found out whether they had died by April last year.来自伦敦大学学院流行病学与公共卫生系的专家们对7524名年龄在35岁到55岁之间的公务员的情况反馈进行了研究。研究人员于上世纪80年代中期就这些人的无聊程度对他们进行了访问。去年四月份,又对他们的死亡情况进行了跟踪调查。 /201002/96939大丰市第二人民医院治疗腋臭多少钱

盐城/做人工流产前的准备Many parents see business ownership as a better bet for their kids' future than a graduate degree.在很多父母眼里,对于孩子的未来而言,拥有一家企业是比一纸毕业文凭更好的选择。And in this era of renewed interest in entrepreneurship, some parents described it as the opportunity to control their destiny and have a chance at gaining wealth.在现今这个对创业重燃兴趣的时代,一些家长称创业是一个把握自己命运、致富的机会。Parents often say they would do anything for their child. Setting a child up in business is surely one big test of that bond.他们愿意为自己的孩子做任何事。让孩子经商无疑是对这种承诺的一大考验。 A lot is at stake: Small-business failures are common, and parents risk losing their entire investment, their life savings, or more. They also risk straining their relationships with young-adult children intent at this stage on independence.风险有很多:小生意失败很常见,父母们可能会失去全部的投资、一辈子的积蓄,甚至更多。他们还可能会与现阶段打算独立的刚成年的孩子变得关系紧张。 /201008/110787盐城妇保医院治疗包皮包茎多少钱 Which country has the most generous people in the world? A poll of 153 countries ranked global philanthropy in three categories: individual donations, volunteer time, and the number of people willing to help a stranger. Gallup’s 2010 World Giving Index Report was released Wednesday.  哪个国家的国民最慷慨?一项按个人捐赠、做志愿者的时间和愿意帮助陌生人三项指标调查了全球153个国家,给他们的慈善情况排名。盖洛普民意调查周三公布了《2010世界捐助指数报告》。  The US tied with Switzerland for the fifth place. In the US,60 percent have donated to organizations, 39 percent once were volunteers at organizations and 65 percent are willing to help a stranger.  美国与瑞士并列第五。在美国,向机构捐赠的人占60%,在机构当过志愿者的人有39%,愿意帮助陌生人的人为65%。Ireland and Canada were tied for the third place. Ireland is one of the many nations where women are more likely to help a stranger than men. Canadians' higher rank than Americans is based largely on their giving more money to charities. Canada has more government-led charity campaigns than the US.  爱尔兰和加拿大并列第三。在爱尔兰,很多国家,女性都比男性更倾向于帮助陌生人,爱尔兰是其中之一。加拿大人排在美国前面的主要原因在于,他们向慈善事业捐的钱比较多。在加拿大,由政府领导的慈善事业也要比美国多。 /201009/113616盐城医院排名

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