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The month of your birth influences your chances of becoming a professional sportsperson, according to Australian academics in a new study.  澳大利亚的一项最新学术研究表明,一个人出生的月份会影响其成为职业运动员的几率。  Dr Adrian Barnett, from Queensland University of Technology's Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, studied the seasonal patterns of population health, and found by analysing the birthdays of professional Australian Football League players, that a disproportionate number were born in the early months of the year.  昆士兰科技大学健康和生物医学创新研究所的艾德里安 巴奈特士对人口健康的季节性模式进行了研究,并通过对澳大利亚足球联盟的职业球员的生日进行分析后发现,该职业联盟中相当大一部分人出生于年初。 /201002/96783。

According to the Livescience.com of September 17, wedding bells ring sooner for women in places where single ladies are scarce, showed a new study of metropolitan areas in the US.Where single women are rare, women marry earlier, researchers reported August 4 in the journal Evolutionary Psychology. The shift may be because the ladies have more men to choose from, while the men have extra motivation to put a ring on it."Women are basically getting snapped up, because the guys want to get her before somebody else does," study author Daniel Kruger, an evolutionary psychologist at the University of Michigan, told LiveScience.Kruger first became interested in studying the effects of gender imbalance on the marriage market when he caught a glimpse of a magazine cover on a trip to New York City."It had this cover picture on it that said, 'Attack of the Single Woman,' and it had this giant woman with a big red dress like Godzilla tromping through the city," Kruger recalled. "It made me wonder just what would happen to these relationship dynamics if there really was a surplus of single women."After controlling for income and race, Kruger found that in areas where women were scarce, women married slightly earlier. Men's average age of marriage didn't change relative to the abundance of potential mates, but they did show more variability in the age when they married than women did. That's likely because guys who can snag a women will settle down quickly, Kruger said, but because women can be more choosey, other men may have to build up their finances and social status before they can catch a bride.The top five areas where women were scarce, with their gender ratio and median age of marriage for women, were: Las Vegas: ratio 116, 24.5 years (Median marriage age for women); San Diego: ratio 115, 25.9 years; Salt Lake City: ratio 113, 23.2 years ; Austin, Texas: ratio 112, 26.2 years; Phoenix: ratio 111, 25 years.The top five areas where men were scarce were: Birmingham, Alabama: ratio 88, 26.7 years (Median marriage age for women); Memphis, Tennessee: ratio 88, 27.2 years; New Orleans: ratio 89, 27.8 years; Richmond, Virginia: ratio 89, 26.3 years; A three-way tie for New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., ratio 92, where median marriage ages were 28.3, 27.9 and 27.8, respectively. /201009/114308。

Love study shows men want character over chastity in womenA scientific study on love shows that men are increasingly interested in intelligent, educated women with dependable character and emotional stability, and chastity isn't an issue.A scientific study on love shows that men are increasingly interested in intelligent, educated women with dependable character and emotional stability, and chastity isn't an issue.The findings by Researchers at the University of Iowa are part of a study ed by media reports Monday.Conducted every decade since 1939, the study asks participants to rank a list of 18 characteristics they would want in a partner on a scale ranging from "irrelevant" to "essential."Included are such items as "sociability" and "good cook, housekeeper," as well as "mutual attraction and love," which came in first place for both men and women in 2008. (In 1939, it wasn't in the top three for either sex.)Male and female participants in 2008 rounded out their top traits with "dependable character" and "emotional stability, maturity." Men ranked intelligence fourth, a big jump from 11th place in 1939; in addition, "good financial prospect" moved to 12th place in 2008, a shift from its low 17th-place ranking in 1939 and last-place ranking in 1967."This is a generation of men who has grown up with educated women as their mothers, teachers, doctors, and role models," said Christine Whelan, head of the study and author of "Marry Smart: The Intelligent Woman's Guide to True Love" (Simon amp; Schuster, 2008)."And in tough economic times, sharing the financial burden with a spouse takes the burden off these guys to be the sole provider," she said.The study's participants were college students from the University of Iowa, the University of Washington, the University of Virginia, and Penn State University."Like attracts like, so certainly the fact that we were polling college students would suggest that intelligence and education are going to be important characteristics," Whelan said.Another notable shift involves the significance of chastity: In 1939, it was valued more than intelligence in women, but in 2008, it was ranked the least important characteristic. Furthermore, it also was ranked the least important for men. This, coupled with the shared top-three ranking for both men and women, suggests a commonality that seems positively modern-day. /200902/62618。

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Cooking 美式烹饪 At a local supermarket, two women push half-filled grocery carts. The ladies are good friends, but they couldn't be more different. One is a stay-at-home housewife who loves to create culinary masterpieces from scratch. The other is a training supervisor at a prestigious advertising agency. Household chores, particularly those in the kitchen, are not her idea of fun. The two ladies stop for a moment in the frozen foods section. "I'm so tired," sighs the professional woman. "I don't know what to do about supper." Her friend suggests, "What about a microwave dinner?" The weary professional sighs, "No, I don't feel like cooking tonight." 在一间本地的超市里,两位女士推着半满的购物车。这两位女士是好朋友,但两人之间的差异是大得不能再大了。一位是持家的主妇,她喜欢大展厨艺,从全生的作料,一步一步创造佳肴杰作。另一位是在一家颇具声望的广告公司任职人事训练主管。家务琐事,特别是厨房事,并非她乐趣所在。二位女士在冷冻食物区前停了一会儿。职业妇女叹道:「我好累,我不知晚餐要作什么好。」她的朋友建议说:「何不来一顿微波炉晚餐。」这位疲惫的职业妇女又叹道:「不,我今晚不想作饭。」 If you think American cooking means opening a package and tossing the contents into the microwave, think again. On the one hand, it's true that Americans thrive on cold cereal for breakfast, sandwiches for lunch and instant dinners. From busy homemakers to professional people, many Americans enjoy the convenience of prepackaged meals that can be y to serve in 10 minutes or less. On the other hand, many Americans recognize the value of cooking skills. Parents-especially mothers-see the importance of training their children-especially daughters-in the culinary arts. Most Americans will admit that there's nothing better than a good home-cooked meal. But with cooking, as with any other skill, good results don't happen by accident. 假如您以为美式烹饪就是打开一个料理盒而将里头的东西拋进微波炉加热,那你得改变想法了。从某一方面来说,美国人以早餐的冷麦片,午餐的三明治及快餐晚餐而发育健壮,这倒是真的。从忙碌的家庭主妇到上班族,许多美国人喜欢享受事先包装好的便餐所带来的方便,这些速餐在不到10分钟内就可上桌。从另一个角度来看,许多美国人都认同厨艺的价值。父母亲--特别是妈妈看到训练孩子,尤其是女儿,烹饪艺术的重要性。大多数的美国人都承认没有什么比得上一顿自家做的餐点。而谈到烹饪,一如其它的技巧,好的成果并非偶然天成的。 Probably every cook has his or her own cooking style. But there are some basic techniques and principles that most people follow. For example, baking is a primary method of preparing food in America. The dinner often has casseroles, roast meats and other baked goods. For that reason, Americans would find it next to impossible to live without an oven. American cooks give special attention to the balance of foods, too. In planning a big meal they try to include a meat, a few vegetables, some b or pasta and often a dessert. They also like to make sure the meal is colorful. Having several different colors of food on the plate usually makes for a healthy meal. 大概每一位厨师都有他自己的烹饪方式。但仍有一些基本方法和原则是大多数的人遵行的。例如,烘培在美国是烹饪的一种主要方法,晚餐菜单上通常有「焗烤菜」,烤肉及其它的烘培食物。因此,美国人会觉得没有烤箱几乎是无法过活。美国厨师们也特别留意食物的均衡。在计划一顿大餐时,他们会试着加入肉,几样蔬菜,一些面包或面食,而且通常有甜点。他们也喜欢使餐点色亮丽。若盘中有不同色的食物,通常令人觉得是健康的一餐。 For those who need guidance in their cooking, or for those who have just run out of ideas, recipes are lifesavers. Recipes list all the ingredients for a dish (generally in the order used), the amount of each to use, and a description of how to put them together. Finding recipes in America is as easy as pie. Most good cooks have a shelf full of cookbooks ranging from locally published recipe collections to national bestsellers like the Betty Crocker Cookbook. Magazines devoted to home management, such as Good Housekeeping and Family Circle, are chock-full of scrumptious selections. Friends often augment their recipe collection by passing around their favorites written on cards. 对于那些在烹饪方面需要指导、或已江郎才尽的人,食谱就是救星。食谱列出做每一道菜所需要的所有材料(通常是依照使用的顺序列出),每一种的用量以及如何将它们搭配的说明。在美国寻找食谱可谓易如反掌。大多数的好厨师们都有一架子的食谱,从本地出版的各式食谱到像「蓓蒂?克劳克」的全国畅销食谱。一般理家杂志,如「好管家」及「家庭圈」都满满地刊载很多美味的精选食谱。朋友们经常把自己最爱的食谱写在卡片上,相互传阅,来增加自己的食谱收藏。 For experienced cooks, true artists that they are, recipes are merely reference points. They often make adjustments as they go along, depending on the quantity of people they need to serve, the ingredients they have available and their personal taste. Some cooks use recipes very little, preferring instead to depend on their intuition as they add a pinch of this and a dash of that to create just the right flavors. 对于经验丰富的厨师,他们是真正的艺术家,食谱仅仅是作为参考,他们常常一边做菜,一边依照他们宴请的人数,现有的作料以及个人的口味,来调整食谱。有些厨师们很少参照食谱,反而比较喜欢凭自己的直觉加一点这个,加一点那个,来作出刚好的味道。 Of course, Americans don't have a corner on the market when it comes to good cooking. Wherever you go in the world, people love to eat. As a result, every culture and nationality has its own share of mouth-watering delicacies. And America, as a "land of immigrants," has imported practically all varieties of cooking. Most good cooks in America are "fluent" in several cooking "dialects": Mexican, Italian, Chinese and good old American style, just to name a few. But whatever the dialect, cooking is a language everyone understands. 当然,谈到好厨艺,美国人并非独占鳌头,无论您到世界何处,人们总是爱吃。所以,每一个文化及国家都有它特有的、令人垂涎三尺的佳肴。而美国,这个「移民之地」实际上也引进了各式的烹调。在美国大多数的名厨对于几种烹饪「方言」都很「流利」。随便举几个例子:墨西哥、意大利、中国以及传统美国风味。且不论那一种「方言」,烹饪是一种人人皆懂的语言。 /200803/32559。

"Taking all things together on a scale of one to 10, how happy would you say you are?"  “如果把一切因素考虑在内,从1到10划为十个等级,你会为自己的幸福程度打几分?”  With that question and global surveys, the folks at the World Database of Happiness have ranked the nations on a happiness scale.  世界国民幸福水平数据库的工作人员用这个问题在全世界范围进行调查,他们将各个国家根据其国民的幸福水平做出了排名。  The Netherlands is one of the world's rather happy countries, its industrial capital, Rotterdam, is home to the database, housed at Reassume University. Its director, Ruut Veenhoven, has made his life's work researching which nations are home to the happiest citizens.  荷兰就是世界上相当幸福的国家之一,世界国民幸福水平数据库就设在其工业中心鹿特丹的伊拉斯姆斯大学。数据库主管鲁特· 范荷文毕生都在研究哪个国家的人生活得最幸福。  Veenhoven's research shows that Scandinavian nations come out on top, making up five of the 13 happiest nations. Denmark tops the list as a whole——its citizens rank their average happiness as 8.2 on a 10-point scale. Switzerland's citizens closely trail the Danish, each reporting an average happiness level of 8.1, followed by Iceland (7.8).  范荷文的研究显示,北欧国家的人位居幸福前列,在13个最快乐的国家中,北欧就占了5个。丹麦的排名位居榜首——在10分制的评分中,丹麦人平均给自己的幸福水平打了8.2分。瑞士人紧随其后,给自己的幸福水平平均打到8.1分,接下来是冰岛(7.8分)。  Inspired by Veenhoven's rankings, former foreign correspondent for National Public Radio (and self-proclaimed grouch) Eric Weiner embarked on a quest to visit the happiest places on earth. In his book The Geography of Bliss: One Grump's Search for the Happiest Places in the World, Weiner immerses himself in the cultural fabric of the world's happiest countries to pinpoint exactly why residents of some countries, like Iceland and Switzerland, are so downright satisfied with their lives.  受到范荷文这个排名的启发,前美国国家公共广播电台驻外通讯记者埃里克?韦纳(他自称是个爱发牢骚的人)决定出发去走访世界上那些最快乐的地方。在他的书《天佑之地:一个牢骚鬼寻找世界上最快乐的地方》中,韦纳每到一个最快乐的国家,都会把自己沉浸在当地的文化中,找出究竟为什么像冰岛和瑞士这类国家的居民会对自己的生活如此心满意足。  The Swiss, Weiner discovered, are efficient and punctual, comparatively wealthy and face hardly any unemployment. Their streets, air and tap water are squeaky clean and chocolate is a national obsession. But Weiner saw no joy in their faces, and reasoned that perhaps it's better to live in this middle range than to vacillate between gleeful moments of elation and gut-wrenching spates of despair. Swiss happiness, he writes, is "more than mere contentment, but less than full-on joy".  韦纳发现,瑞士人做事很有效率、守时,比其他国家的人富裕,几乎不会遭遇失业。他们的街道、空气和自来水都干净得没话说,而且人人都酷爱巧克力。不过韦纳看不出瑞士人有任何喜形于色的表现,他觉得大概这种中庸平静的生活要比大喜大悲、起落无常要好。在他笔下,瑞士人的幸福是“满足却不满溢”。  Because the country is dark and cold, Weiner was initially skeptical about Iceland's ranking as one of the happiest nation in the world. He learned the small nation is quite literally a family; curiously, geneticists have found that all Icelandic citizens are related.  由于冰岛阴暗寒冷,韦纳先前对这个国家是世界上最快乐的国家之一感到很怀疑。他了解到这个小国家实际上是个大家族;奇怪的是,遗传学家们发现所有的冰岛人全都是亲戚。  Certain phrases in the Icelandic language, Weiner writes, are even more telling . When people greet each other, the phrase they use roughly translates to "come happy", and when people part, they utter the equivalent of "go happy". The country is a favorite stamping ground of artists and cultivates a creative spirit; the government supports writers with generous subsidies.  韦纳写道,冰岛语中的一些用语其实更能说明问题。冰岛人互相问候的话可以大致翻译成“高兴地来”,道别的时候他们也用与之相对庆的说法:“高兴地走”。艺术家们偏爱这个国家,也为这里培养出一种富于创造的精神,就连政府也为这里的作家提供丰厚的津贴。  Then just how does the ed States fit into this picture? "Happiness is there for the taking in America," Weiner writes. "You just need the willpower to find it, and enough cash." The surprising fact, though, is that America is not as happy——scoring 7.3 and ranking 17th in the database——as it is wealthy. U.S. residents are three times richer than they were in 1950, but the happiness ratings haven't shifted in the past decade. After Sept. 11, researchers found no significant decrease in measured levels of happiness.  那么美国的情形又是怎样的呢?“在美国,快乐唾手可得,”韦纳写道,“你只要有决心和足够多的钱就行了。”不过,让人惊讶的是,美国人虽然富有,实际上却并不那么快乐——他们给自己的幸福水平只打了7.3分,在数据库的排名中居第17位。美国人现在比1950年富裕了3倍,但在过去的十年中,他们的幸福指数却没有改变。在“9?11”事件以后,研究人员发现美国人的幸福水平也没有明显下降。  "Americans work longer hours and commute greater distances than virtually any other people in the world,“ Weiner writes, but "they remain profoundly optimistic." Two-thirds of Americans say they are hopeful about the future.  “美国人事实上比世界上任何其他国家的人都工作更长时间,花费在上下班途中的时间也更多,”韦纳写道,不过,“他们仍然由衷地感到乐观。”三分之二的美国人说他们对未来充满希望。  It's comforting, though, that most people in the world report being satisfied with their lives. "Virtually every country in the world scores somewhere between five and eight on a 10-point scale," Weiner writes. "There are a few exceptions ." So while, admittedly, those Scandinavians have it pretty good, the rest of us aren't too far behind. And that's something to be happy about.  而让人欣慰的是,世界上绝大多数的人都表示对自己的生活满意。“在10分制的评分系统中,世界上所有国家的人实际上打分都在5到8分之间,”韦纳写道,“只有很少数的例外。”所以,虽然无可否认的是那些北欧人生活得很好,但我们其他人过得也不错,光是这样就让人挺开心的。 /200812/58461。

Cool beans, rents! Mothers and fathers are finally being given a chance to understand "Teenglish".“酷豆”、“房租”!现在,爸爸妈妈们终于有机会了解“新新人类”语言是什么含义了。They can study a new glossary of baffling vocabulary to prevent them looking like a "fudge" in front of their offspring.看完这本收录了年轻人稀奇古怪的常用语的书后,大人们就再也不会被年轻一代当作“牛奶巧克力软糖”了。The guide, Pimp Your Vocab, aims to demystify the jargon used by teenagers and young people.这本名为《时髦你的词汇》致力于解开年轻人常用语的神秘面纱。It translates words they regularly use including "cool beans" which means something is great. "Rents" means parents, combing the last half of the word with the fact they often provide rent-free accommodation. A "fudge" is an idiot.原来,年轻人常用的一些词汇的意思是这样的:“酷豆”的意思是“棒极了”。“房租”是对“爸爸妈妈”的称呼,它截取了"parents"的后四个字母,因为父母通常都给孩子们提供免费住宿。而“牛奶巧克力软糖”则暗指“笨蛋”。Author Lucy Tobin said she got the idea during her English degree course when a tutor was confused by a student declaring: "I was IM-ing ..."此书的作者露西·托宾表示,她在就读英语学位时萌发了写这本书的念头,因为有一回一名老师不明白学生所谓的"I was IM-ing"是什么意思。She added: "After we students explained IM-ing--when you talk to friends online via instant messaging--I wrote a guide to the language kids use."她补充说,学生们向老师解释,他们经常和朋友在网上使用即时通信务聊天,也就是所说的"instant messaging"。因此她这本书里都是如今孩子们的日常用语。Miss Tobin believes that the guide could help improve staff-student communication.托宾同时相信,这本语言指南还能增进师生间的交流和沟通。"Meaning is not an exact science, but depends on mutual agreement between er and writer, speaker and listener, teenager and adult."托宾认为,语言的含义并非一门严密的科学,它依赖于读者与作者、说者与听者,青少年与成年人相互间的理解与赞同。Teachers and academics have aly complained that Teenglish and "text message speak" are creeping into exam answers.教师和学术界专家已经发出感叹,“新新人类”语言和“短信用语”正不知不觉出现在学生们的考卷中。But last year, John Wells, president of the Spelling Society, claimed that the informal language of texts, chat rooms and emails were the "way forward".拼写协会主席约翰·威尔斯曾在去年表示,短消息、聊天室和电子邮件中使用的非正式语言其实是语言的“一大进步”。He said that people should stop worrying about "text message speak" creeping into general usage and called for the apostrophe to be abolished.他说,人们无需担心“短信用语”渗透进日常用语之中,他甚至呼吁废除英语中的所有格符号。附:《时髦你的词汇》中收录的“新新人类”词汇摘选Allow (that): Absolutely no wayBig up:To praise or congratulateBung: alowed Completely drunkDevo: DevastatedDrunk: dial Phoning/texting while under the influenceDry: Something tedious or dullFo'shizzle: DefinitelyGank: The act of stealingNeek: Hybrid of nerd and geekOwned: To be embarrassedSafe: CoolSkankaroo: DisgustingSoz: Sorrywipeout: When your cash cards stop workingTeek: Very oldTwoc: Take without owner's consentVamoosh: To goWagwan: What's going on?Woop woop: Noise made to denote happiness.Zoned out: Day dreaming /200909/84739。

Most women have gone through the ordeal of buying a product only to get home and discover it looks more clown than chic. But now the "magic mirror" can give you a full make-over in seconds, and lets you test hundreds of different products in minutes through using the touch-sensitive screen.大部分女性都曾有过这样的化妆品购买经历:兴冲冲买了一款化妆品,结果回家发现它只能让你看起来更像小丑而非美女。如今有一款“魔镜”终于能够实现你几秒内即可上好妆的梦想,并通过触摸屏的设计,让你在几分钟即可试遍成百上千种化妆品。 /201104/131414。

女人最吸引人的地方不是饰,而是发型。简单的辫子也能编出不同造型,有的甜美,有的干练,有的成熟。看看这五大发辫造型,总有一种是适合你的。 The Side Braid 侧边辫  The pieces slipping down in front are key. Wave your hair first and start braiding very close to the nape of the neck. And keep the ends undone—a dab of styling cream will help break them up。  前面必须垂下来一些头发。先把头发弄卷,然后紧贴颈背开始编辫子,辫梢要乱一点,用定型产品的话,这个发型就毁了。 /201006/105672。

茱丽当选2007年度最受尊重的慈善名人From tattooed wild woman to humanitarian heroine -- what a difference a few years has made for Angelina Jolie, who topped a poll released on Thursday of the best celebrity humanitarians of 2007.Hollywood star Jolie commanded the greatest public respect of all celebrity public do-gooders this year due to her work as a U.N. goodwill ambassador and she is now the adoptive mother of two African children and a Cambodian child.But the poll by humanitarian Web site Reuters AlertNet (http://www.alertnet.org) found not all do-gooders fared so well, with fellow adoptive mother Madonna voted the least respected celebrity altruist of 2007 despite raising millions for orphans in Malawi.Madonna's image was hit by claims she used her fame and wealth to circumvent Malawian adoption rules."People aren't stupid," said Peter Walker, director of the Feinstein International Famine Center at Tufts University."They can really sense when it's just an endorsement and when somebody really means it. Someone like Angelina Joliecomes acrossas having more integrity than some celebrities and a greater sense that she doesn't just do this for the publicity."The online poll of 606 people conducted from December 7 to 19 put 32-year-old Jolie ahead of U2 singer Bono, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Microsoft founder Bill Gates -- all of whom have helped put African suffering on the global agenda. 从一个狂野的纹身女郎到一名慈善明星,安吉利娜#8226;茱丽在过去几年中的转变令人感叹。据本周四公布的一份民意调查显示,安吉利娜被评为2007年度最受尊重的慈善名人。在众多慈善名人中,这位好莱坞影星之所以赢得最多尊重,是因为在过去一年中,作为联合国亲善大使的茱丽做了很多慈善工作。此外,她还领养了两名非洲儿童和一名柬埔寨儿童。但该项由路透社AlertNet慈善网站开展的调查发现,并不是所有做了好事的名人都能得到这样的认可,比如,麦当娜同样领养了非洲儿童,还为马拉维的孤儿院筹资几百万,但她被评为2007年最不受尊重的施善名人。麦当娜之所以形象大损,是因为她在领养马拉维儿童时,仗着自己的名气和财富而藐视当地的领养程序。塔弗茨大学费恩斯坦国际饥荒中心的主任彼特#8226;沃尔克说:“大家都不傻。”“他们心里都很清楚谁是真心实意,谁只是做做样子。与有些名人相比,安吉利娜#8226;茱丽这样的施善名人让人觉得更真诚,而且她行善并不是为了吸引人们的注意。”该项在线调查从本月7日持续至19日,共有606人投票,32岁的茱丽名列榜首,位居其后的名人包括:歌手波诺、(译者注:南非开普敦圣公会前任)大主教德斯蒙德·图图、微软创始人比尔#8226;盖茨,这些名人都为呼吁全世界关注非洲问题做出了努力。 /200803/32069。