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泰兴妇幼保健人民中心医院治疗男性不育多少钱泰州遗精早泄治疗医院An image of a crying woman with her friend. Women cry more often than men, for longer - and in a more dramatic fashion, a German study has found. 德国一项研究发现,女性比男性更爱哭,哭的时间更长,而且哭的方式也更为生动。 According to the German Society of Ophthalmology, which has collated different scientific studies on the phenomenon, women shed tears on average between 30 and 64 times a year whereas men cry just six to 17 times during the same period. 德国眼科医学协会对有关哭这一现象的不同研究结果进行比较后发现,女性一年平均哭泣30至64次,而男性仅为6至17次。 Men tend to cry for between two and four minutes, but for women, sessions last around six minutes. And weeping turns into full-blown sobbing for women in 65 per cent of cases, compared to just six per cent for males. 男性每次哭泣的时间为2到4分钟,而女性每次要哭大约6分钟。在女性哭泣的案例中,有65%由流泪发展痛哭流涕,而男性中出现这种情况的比例仅为6%。 Until adolescence, however, there is no difference. Up until 13, boys and girls turn on the waterworks the same amount, "showing that blubbing because of joy, sadness or anger is something that is learned," researchers concluded. 但在青春期之前,男女之间的哭泣没有什么差别。研究人员总结称,在13岁以前,男孩和女孩哭泣的频率差不多,“这说明因欢乐、悲伤或愤怒而哭泣是一种后天习得的行为。” The reasons for bawling differ too, the paper found. 研究还发现,男性和女性嚎啕大哭的原因也有所不同。 Women cry when they feel inadequate, when they are confronted by situations that are difficult to resolve or when they remember past events. 女性在感觉自己做得不够好、遇到麻烦或回忆往事时会哭泣。 Men, meanwhile, tend to cry from empathy or when a relationship fails. 而男性则会在感同身受或与爱人分手时哭泣。 文章来源自文国网(小语种学习网) The function of weeping remains something of a mystery, however, and researchers continue to have doubts over its cathartic or relaxing effects. 但哭泣的作用至今尚不清楚,研究人员对哭泣的情感宣泄或放松的效果仍存有疑虑。 /200912/91351靖江市人民医院尿科 Thank you. I'm honored to be with you today for your commencement from one of the finest universities in the world. Truth be told, I never graduated from college and this is the closest I've ever gotten to a college graduation. 谢谢大家。很荣幸能和你们,来自世界最好大学之一的毕业生们,一块儿参加毕业典礼。老实说,我大学没有毕业,今天恐怕是我一生中离大学毕业最近的一次了。 Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That's it. No big deal. Just three stories. 今天我想告诉大家来自我生活的三个故事。没什么大不了的,只是三个故事而已。 The first story is about connecting the dots. 第一个故事,如何串连生命中的点滴。 I dropped out of Reed College after the first six months but then stayed around as a drop-in for another 18 months or so before I really quit. So why did I drop out? It started before I was born. My biological mother was a young, unwed graduate student, and she decided to put me up for adoption. She felt very strongly that I should be adopted by college graduates, so everything was all set for me to be adopted at birth by a lawyer and his wife, except that when I popped out, they decided at the last minute that they really wanted a girl. So my parents, who were on a waiting list, got a call in the middle of the night asking, "We've got an unexpected baby boy. Do you want him?" They said, "Of course." My biological mother found out later that my mother had never graduated from college and that my father had never graduated from high school. She refused to sign the final adoption papers. She only relented a few months later when my parents promised that I would go to college. 我在里得大学读了六个月就退学了,但是在18个月之后--我真正退学之前,我还常去学校。为何我要选择退学呢?这还得从我出生之前说起。我的生母是一个年轻、未婚的大学毕业生,她决定让别人收养我。她有一个很强烈的信仰,认为我应该被一个大学毕业生家庭收养。于是,一对律师夫妇说好了要领养我,然而最后一秒钟,他们改变了主意,决定要个女孩儿。然后我排在收养人名单中的养父母在一个深夜接到电话,“很意外,我们多了一个男婴,你们要吗?”“当然要!”但是我的生母后来又发现我的养母没有大学毕业,养父连高中都没有毕业。她拒绝在领养书上签字。几个月后,我的养父母保会让我上大学,她妥协了。 This was the start in my life. And 17 years later, I did go to college, but I naively chose a college that was almost as expensive as Stanford, and all of my working-class parents' savings were being spent on my college tuition. After six months, I couldn't see the value in it. I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life, and no idea of how college was going to help me figure it out, and here I was, spending all the money my parents had saved their entire life. So I decided to drop out and trust that it would all work out OK. It was pretty scary at the time, but looking back, it was one of the best decisions I ever made. The minute I dropped out, I could stop taking the required classes that didn't interest me and begin dropping in on the ones that looked far more interesting. 这是我生命的开端。十七年后,我上大学了,但是我很无知地选了一所差不多和斯坦福一样贵的学校,几乎花掉我那蓝领阶层养父母一生的积蓄。六个月后,我觉得不值得。我看不出自己以后要做什么,也不晓得大学会怎样帮我指点迷津,而我却在花销父母一生的积蓄。所以我决定退学,并且相信没有做错。一开始非常吓人,但回忆起来,这却是我一生中作的最好的决定之一。从我退学的那一刻起,我可以停止一切不感兴趣的必修课,开始旁听那些有意思得多的课。 It wasn't all romantic. I didn't have a dorm room, so I slept on the floor in friends' rooms. I returned Coke bottles for the five-cent deposits to buy food with, and I would walk the seven miles across town every Sunday night to get one good meal a week at the Hare Krishna temple. I loved it. And much of what I stumbled into by following my curiosity and intuition turned out to be priceless later on. Let me give you one example. 事情并不那么美好。我没有宿舍可住,睡在朋友房间的地上。为了吃饭,我收集五分一个的旧可乐瓶,每个星期天晚上步行七英里到哈尔-克里什纳庙里改善一下一周的伙食。我喜欢这种生活方式。能够遵循自己的好奇和直觉前行后来被明是多么的珍贵。让我来给你们举个例子吧。 Reed College at that time offered perhaps the best calligraphy instruction in the country. Throughout the campus every poster, every label on every drawer was beautifully hand-calligraphed. Because I had dropped out and didn't have to take the normal classes, I decided to take a calligraphy class to learn how to do this. I learned about serif and sans-serif typefaces, about varying the amount of space between different letter combinations, about what makes great typography great. It was beautiful, historical, artistically subtle in a way that science can't capture, and I found it fascinating. 当时的里德大学提供可能是全国最好的书法指导。校园中每一张海报,抽屉上的每一张标签,都是漂亮的手写体。由于我已退学,不用修那些必修课,我决定选一门书法课上上。在这门课上,我学会了“serif”和"sans-serif"两种字体、学会了怎样在不同的字母组合中改变字间距、学会了怎样写出好的字来。这是一种科学无法捕捉的微妙,楚楚动人、充满历史底蕴和艺术性,我觉得自己被完全吸引了。 None of this had even a hope of any practical application in my life. But ten years later when we were designing the first Macintosh computer, it all came back to me, and we designed it all into the Mac. It was the first computer with beautiful typography. If I had never dropped in on that single course in college, the Mac would have never had multiple typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts, and since Windows just copied the Mac, it's likely that no personal computer would have them. 当时我并不指望书法在以后的生活中能有什么实用价值。但是,十年之后,我们在设计第一台 Macintosh计算机时,它一下子浮现在我眼前。于是,我们把这些东西全都设计进了计算机中。这是第一台有这么漂亮的文字版式的计算机。要不是我当初在大学里偶然选了这么一门课,Macintosh计算机绝不会有那么多种印刷字体或间距安排合理的字号。要不是Windows照搬了 Macintosh,个人电脑可能不会有这些字体和字号。 If I had never dropped out, I would have never dropped in on that calligraphy class and personals computers might not have the wonderful typography that they do. 要不是退了学,我决不会碰巧选了这门书法课,个人电脑也可能不会有现在这些漂亮的版式了。 Of course it was impossible to connect the dots looking forward when I was in college, but it was very, very clear looking backwards ten years later. Again, you can't connect the dots looking forward. You can only connect them looking backwards, so you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something--your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever--because believing that the dots will connect down the road will give you the confidence to follow your heart, even when it leads you off the well-worn path, and that will make all the difference. 当然,我在大学里不可能从这一点上看到它与将来的关系。十年之后再回头看,两者之间关系就非常、非常清楚了。你们同样不可能从现在这个点上看到将来;只有回头看时,才会发现它们之间的关系。所以你必须相信,那些点点滴滴,会在你未来的生命里,以某种方式串联起来。你必须相信一些东西——你的勇气、宿命、生活、因缘,随便什么——因为相信这些点滴能够一路连接会给你带来循从本觉的自信,它使你远离平凡,变得与众不同。 /201111/160133作者George Santayana曾说:“那些忘记过去的人注定要重蹈覆辙。” 但是当然谁都不愿意重渡08年一些黑暗的日子。要想真正汲取去年的教训,那就尝试以下五件事吧:1. Be prepared for sudden job loss. 对突然失业做好准备。According to federal data, the US lost 2.6 million jobs in 2008. And some experts are predicting that another 2 million may be lost over the course of 2009. Don't ignore the odds. It can happen to you, so be sure you're y to start interviewing immediately.美国联邦政府数据显示,美国在2008年削减了260万份工作。一些专家预计在2009年还有2百万份工作将消失。不要忽略这个可能性。这可能发生在你身上,所以要随时准备好面试。This means your resume should be up to date and y to send in a moment's notice, you should have at least one interview outfit cleaned and hanging in your closet, and your online networks should be current. Reaching out to people immediately after news breaks of layoffs at your company can seem disingenuous. It's best to connect with other professionals when they won't feel pressured by your request.这意味着你该随时更新简历,以确保能即刻发出简历。你至少要有一套干净的面试行头挂在衣橱,而且网上通讯工具应为在线状态。等裁员的消息出来才立刻去求助于人,这会让人觉得你虚伪。最好是在你不这么急迫的时候和其他人多联系。2. Network with your neighbors. 和邻居建立关系。Forget rubbing elbows with strangers at networking mixers. Your next professional opportunity could come while you're mowing the lawn, walking your dog, or on your building's elevator. According to a report entitled "Place of Work and Place of Residence: Informal Hiring Networks and Labor Market Outcomes" authored by Patrick Bayer, associate professor of economics at Duke University, and others, "Residing on the same [block] versus nearby blocks increases the probability of working together by over 33 percent."别惦记着和社交网站的陌生人拉关系。你的下一个职业机会也许是在修剪草坪、遛,或在住宅电梯里时出现。根据杜克大学经济学副教授Patrick Bayer的“工作地点和居住地点:非正式的招聘网络和劳动力市场的结果”等报告,“和附近区相比,你有大于33%的可能性和住在同一个区的居民一起工作。”So, help your neighbor shovel his walkway. Hold the door for the woman who lives above you. Be extra nice to the kids playing in front of your home. Host a dinner party for some of the folks on your street. Your future boss could be living on your block!所以,帮助你的邻居清理走道。出入大门时,为那个住楼上的妇女挡一会门。对在你家门前嬉戏的孩子多一点友善。为同住一条街上的人们举行晚宴派对。你未来的老板也许就住在同一个区!3. Explore your options in health care. 寻找保健行业的就业机会。No matter what is happening with the economy, people still require medical care. And with a growing and graying population, a notorious nursing shortage, and the addition of 372,000 health-care jobs nationally in 2008 (while other industries practically perished), health-care promises to remain hot. Whether you're a care provider, an administrative professional, a food services worker, an IT specialist, or a marketing executive, your local medical centers or health-related businesses may have a position for which you're qualified.不论经济如何,人们依然需要医疗保健。人口越来越多,越来越老龄,护理职位短缺, 2008年全美国新增了37.2万医疗保健工作(而其它行业却在衰败),所以医疗保健行业还是蒸蒸日上的。不论你从事护理、管理、食品供应、IT,还是市场营销,都可能在当地医疗中心或保健企业找到一席之地。4. Plan for your own future. 计划好未来。If you want to pursue another profession or entrepreneurship in the future, lay the groundwork now. Being goal-oriented will help you remain positive during dark days, and running your own business can put your career's future in your own hands. Also, you'll be in good company.如果你想以后换工作或自己创业,现在就得打好基础。以目标为导向,能让你在“黑暗”时期保持积极;创业能让自己把握职业未来。而且许多人将与你为伍,开始创业。President Obama is a small-business supporter, and Florida-based Internet marketing and website promotion agency Jorn and Price Marketing are predicting an increase in startups, saying, "New online startups will be everywhere. There are lots of very skilled people that have been and will be laid off or asked to take unacceptable cuts in pay. Many of these people will decide to go into business for themselves rather than fight a tough job market." If you could lose almost any job at any time, isn't it better to be your own boss? After all, not many folks would fire themselves.美国总统奥巴马总统持小企业发展。佛罗里达互联网营销及网站推广机构Jorn and Price Marketing预测创业的人数将增加,他们称“新兴网络公司将四处涌现。因为将要有许多高技能人才下岗,或者面临无法接受的减薪。许多人将决定自己去创业,而不是在一个艰难的就业市场中战斗。” 要是你随时都有可能失业,那么给自己当老板不是更好吗?毕竟,多数人不会炒自己的鱿鱼。5. Save some money in a very safe place. 将些钱存在十分安全的地方。In a mad world, you never know when you'll need a little mad money. So make sure you've got some on hand. Having a stash of cash -- at least six months of living expenses -- can make you breathe easier in scary times and give you the confidence you need to make careful choices about your professional life. In other words, you won't have to jump at the first job offer you get if it doesn't seem like a good fit.在一个疯狂的世界,你永远都不会知道什么时候突然急需用钱。所以你得存一笔钱。有一笔至少维持6个月生活的存款能让你摆脱恐惧,让你有足够多的信心去对职业生涯做出仔细选择。换句话说,你不必饥不择食地接受第一个出现却不适合的工作。The stock market proved to be an unreliable piggy bank in 2008, with Kiplinger magazine calling it "the worst bear market since the 1930s." So, do yourself a favor and accrue the king of all liquid assets in a manner in which you know you'll have it when you need it.在2008年,股市是一只不可靠的“存钱罐”,Kiplinger杂志称之为“自1930年来最糟糕的熊市”。所以,帮自己一个忙,管理流动资产时,你要确保要用的时候就能用。 /200902/62003泰州人民医院做男人全身体检要多少钱

兴化市第三人民医院治疗包皮包茎多少钱When you're considering goals for this year, don't forget to examine your work life. What changes could you make to become a more productive and pleasant colleague?当你在拟订今年的目标时,别忘了回顾一下你的职场生活。你可以做出哪些改进,来让自己在工作中变得更有创造力、更令人愉快?Experts offer this list of common bad habits at work -- and how to break them:专家们列举了工作中普遍存在的陋习,以及改正它们的方法:* Planning poorly. Do you spend your first hour at work wondering what you should work on today? "So many people, when they leave their office at 4 to 6 pm, really have no clue what they're going to do first thing the following morning," said Glenn Davis, president of the Next Step Group, which recruits sales and sales management professionals for software and other companies. It's more efficient to plan your next day before you leave work.计划性差。你是不是每天都要在办公室先花上一个小时考虑该做什么? Next Step Group公司总裁Glenn Davis说:“很多人在下午4-6点离开办公室时,对第二天一早要做什么一点头绪也没有。下班前为第二天做个计划会提高效率。”Next Step Group公司专门替软件公司及其它公司招聘销售及销售管理人员。* Spending the day in "email reaction mode." Answering every email message as it comes in may make you seem responsive, but it's not productive. "You feel like you're being a hero because you're dealing with all your email," said Valerie Frederickson, CEO amp; founder of Valerie Frederickson amp; Co., an HR executive search and consulting firm. "But it has nothing to do with achieving your goals."一整天都处于“电子邮件响应模式”:每收到一封电子邮件就立刻去回复。这个做法也许表现出你能积极响应,但并不是一定有成效。人力资源执行官搜索及咨询公司Valerie Frederickson的CEO和创始人Valerie Frederickson说:“你感觉自己像个英雄,因为你处理完了所有的电子邮件,但是这对于完成目标没帮助。”* Abusing work-from-home privileges. Yes, you save time when you work from home by not commuting. But too many people are easily sidetracked by the laundry, their kids, a quick errand. "People like to say, 'I get so much more done'" working from home, Davis said. And some do -- but not everyone. If you work from home, make sure you're putting in a full day's work -- and that you're accessible to your colleagues during the workday.滥用在家办公权利。是的,在家工作让你不必把时间浪费在路上。但是有很多人会因为洗衣、孩子和突发状况不能集中精神。Davis说:“人们喜欢说,在家办公,‘我能多做这么多'”。有些人的确是,但并不是每个人。如果你在家办公,确保你安排了一整天的工作量,而且在工作日,同事们都能联系到你。* Putting personal life before work. Everyone has emergencies from time to time. But it's annoying to have to repeatedly fill in for the colleague who is late every morning because he's checking on his home remodeling project, or who misses an entire afternoon because she scheduled a routine dentist appointment for 1:30 pm.个人生活先于工作。每个人都会时不时有紧急事情,但有些情况让人恼怒,比如你总是要顶替一位每天早晨由于检查家庭装修而迟到的同事,或顶替下午1:30去看牙医而整个下午都没来的同事。* Being late for meetings. People who show up 5 or 10 minutes late for a meeting cause a "domino effect," Davis said. Meetings later that day may be thrown off schedule because the earlier ones ran late. And people who show up on time feel their time is being wasted.开会迟到。按Davis的话说,开会晚到5或10分钟会引起“多米诺”效应。因为前面的会议开晚了,那么当天安排在后面的会议的时间都会被打乱。而且准时到会的人也会感觉自己的时间被浪费了。* Not taking care of health and hygiene. Leslie G. Griffen, an HR consultant and career coach, is sometimes hired by companies to approach an employee who doesn't bathe and ask them to improve their hygiene. The problem is twofold, said Griffen, principal of The Griffen Group. A sloppy appearance will cause a poor first impression. Also, "if your hygiene is bad, your health is probably bad," Griffen said. An added benefit of eating well and exercising: You'll have more energy.不注意个人健康和卫生。人力资源顾问及职场教练Leslie G. Griffen有时候会应公司聘请去教导不洗澡的员工,要求他们改善个人卫生。Griffen Group公司总裁Griffen说,这个问题会带来双重恶果:懒散的外表会给人不好的第一印象,而且“如果你的个人卫生不好,那么健康或许也不好。”良好饮食及锻炼的一个额外好处是,你会有更多精力。* Using inappropriate humor. Your coworkers may not appreciate your sense of humor. Skip the off-color or "racially targeted" jokes, Griffen said. And be careful about sensitive subjects such as politics and religion.不适当的幽默。你的同事们可能并不欣赏你的幽默。Griffen说,避免那些下流或“具有种族歧视”的笑话,而且注意政治和宗教这些敏感话题。* Not caring about your work. People like coworkers who are enthusiastic about what they do. Show that you take pride in your job by presenting yourself well, communicating clearly and doing your best work.不关心自己的工作。人们喜欢对工作有热情的同事。用良好的举止、清晰的交流和最好的业绩来表现出你以工作为荣。 /200901/60862泰州软下疳的治疗医院 会做女人的人在家就算是“河东狮”一只,在外也要装做贤妻良母的样子,生怕老公会丢尽面子。是什么星座女这么懂事会做人呢?一起来看看排行榜咯!看看12星座中在外谁最给老公面子。 天秤座Libra泰州人民医院查前列腺多少钱

泰州那间医院治男科好 Laying up for a solid night's sleep might not sound like the best recipe for weight loss, but loads of research has pointed to the importance of sufficient shut-eye to losing weight. And a small new study shows that not getting enough sleep might severely cut into people's ability to lose extra fat. 想减肥就要把觉睡好,这在减肥的人看来好像不是个好方案。但是,大量研究已经指出,充足的睡眠对减肥的很严重。下面有一个小型研究,展示了睡眠不足可能会严重影响人体消去多余脂肪的能力。 Researchers found that if dieters got a full night's rest, they more than doubled the amount of weight lost from fat reserves. So even though subjects lost about as much weight when they were sleep deprived as when they were well-rested, only about a quarter of the weight lost during the short sleep period was from fat. Tired-eyed dieters also reported feeling hungrier than they did when they had gotten enough sleep. Results of the study were published online October 4 in Annals of Internal Medicine. 研究人员发现如果节食的人晚上睡得好,减肥效果会好不止一倍。所以,尽管减肥的人在睡眠不足和睡眠充足时减掉的重量一样多,但是在睡眠不足时,减掉的重量中,仅仅只有1/4是脂肪。睡眠不足的节食者也说,他们感觉比睡眠充足的时候要饿。这项研究的结果发布在了10月4日的“内科年鉴”网络上。 "Cutting back on sleep, a behavior that is ubiquitous in modern society, appears to compromise efforts to lose fat," Plamen Penev, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Chicago and study co-author, said in a prepared statement. Study subjects lost about 55 percent more fat when they got ample sleep at night. 在Chicago大学的医学助理教授,也是这篇研究的合著人Plamen Penev在一份事先准备好的的发言中说道:“当今社会,普遍认为减少睡眠是减掉脂肪的一个妥协方法。”但是在我们实验中志愿者,他们在获得充足的夜间睡眠时,脂肪多减了55%。 For the study, 10 overweight volunteers (ages 35 to 49 with a mean body-mass index of 27.4 kilograms) started a personalized diet plan that reduced calories (to an average of about 1,450 per day) but maintained a sedentary lifestyle. For two weeks, subjects reported to the lab to spend 8.5 hours a night in bed (with an average sleep time of about seven hours and 25 minutes), and during a second two-week period—either three months before or after the 8.5-hour nights—the same volunteers were allowed only 5.5 hours a night in bed (with an average sleep time of five hours and 14 minutes). 为了这项研究,对10个肥胖志愿者(年龄在35岁到49岁之间,平均体重指数是27.4千克)开展一项个体化节食计划,可以降低热量(平均每天降低1450卡),但要保持久坐的生活方式。有一个两周的时间,志愿者们每晚在床上8.5小时(有效的平均睡眠时间大约是7小时25分),另一个2周的观察期-可以在早于或晚于8.5小时测验的3个月之前或之后-还是这些志愿者,让他们每晚在床上5.5小时(平均有效睡眠时间是5小时14分)。 During both study sessions, the subjects lost about three kilograms each. Nearly half of that (1.4 kg) was from fat when the volunteers were sleeping long, but less than a fifth (0.6 kg) of the lost weight was from fat when they got less than six hours of sleep. The rest of the weight was fat-free body mass, which includes other components such as water or muscle, and is generally not the target of those seeking to lose weight. 在这两个实验中,志愿者们每人一共减掉大约3公斤体重:有接近一半(1.4千克)是在长睡眠阶段减掉的,仅有小于1/5(0.6千克)是在短睡眠阶段减掉的。其余减掉的重量来自去脂组织,例如包括水和肌肉,而它通常不是减肥者的目标。 Food cravings and metabolism are controlled in part by hormones, such as ghrelin, which stimulates hunger and lowers energy use. And when the study subjects were getting less than six hours of sleep a night, their ghrelin levels rose from 75 nanograms per liter to 84 ng per liter. Levels remained steady when subjects got plenty of rest. The volunteers were on the same tightly controlled low-calorie diet during both phases of the study, and the weight- and fat-loss difference between adequate sleep and too little sleep might otherwise be even more pronounced, the researchers behind the study speculated. 食欲和新陈代谢部分是由激素控制的,比如胃促生长素。它能刺激食欲、降低能量消耗。当志愿者在每晚睡眠少于6小时的情况下,他们的胃促生长素水平从75纳克/升,升高到84纳克/升,而在睡眠充足时胃促生长素的水平则保持稳定。研究人员认为,从另一方面看,由于志愿者是处于同等严格的低卡饮食控制下,所以充足睡眠和缺少睡眠对体重和脂肪消耗的影响就更显著了。 So despite any extra calories a person might burn while burning the midnight oil, losing sleep is hardly the best way to lose fat, this study suggests. "If your goal is to lose fat, skipping sleep is like poking sticks in your bicycle wheels," Penev said. "One should not ignore the way they sleep when going on a diet." Plenty of other research also suggests that getting enough sleep is also crucial for good long-term health in general. 所以,这个研究就是告诉大家,不管一个人在熬夜的时候消耗了多少热量,减少睡眠都不是减肥的最好方法。Penev说道:“如果为了减肥而不睡觉,就是在拖减肥的后腿”还说道“人们不应因减肥而不顾正确的睡眠习惯”,很多其他研究也表明,通常来说,保持充足的睡眠对人们长远的健康也是很重要的。 /201110/157211泰州哪家前列腺炎医院好泰州可以治疗男性下面弯曲吗



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