ï»??xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> p2p理财平台推荐 http://www.762801.live/zt/rss/ 听力译֠‚ zh-cn Mon, 06 Apr 2020 14:32:04 GMT-8 Mon, 06 Apr 2020 14:32:04 GMT-8 service@tingclass.net service@tingclass.net 冠状病毒让äh们禁入北京的公园åQŒçŽ°åœ¨ä»–们又回来äº?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-500-469166-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[Coronavirus Kept People Out Of Beijing's Parks And Now They're Coming Back 冠状病毒让äh们禁入北京的公园åQŒçŽ°åœ¨ä»–们又回来äº? Beijing's parks are an oasis in an otherwise dense and sprawling city. They provide a rare public space for people to ribbon dance, play checkers and practice tai chi. But in January and February, they were deserted. Strict quarantine measures locked down villages and cities, including Beijing. 北京的公园是一个绿‹zԌ¼Œä½äºŽä¸€ä¸ªåŽŸæœ¬å¯†é›†è€Œå¹¿é˜”的城市里。它们äؓäºÞZ»¬æä¾›äº†ä¸€ä¸ªéš¾å¾—的公共½Iºé—´åQŒä¾›äºÞZ»¬è·³ç¼Žå¸¦èˆžã€ä¸‹‹‚‹å’Œ¾lƒä¹ å¤ªæžæ‹Ÿë€‚但是在一月和二月åQŒå…¬å›­è¢«è’废了。包括北京在内的村庄和城市都被严格的隔离措施ž®é”ã€? Now, new case counts are dropping in China and, even though there is concern about a possible second wave of patients, some quarantine restrictions are being loosened. So Beijing's sun-deprived residents are turning out once again, — albeit carefully — with face masks and plenty of distance between park goers." 现在åQŒä¸­å›½çš„新病例数量正在下降,ž®½ç®¡æœ‰äh担心可能会出现第二æ‡L患者,但一些隔¼›»é™åˆ¶æ­£åœ¨æ”¾æ¾ã€‚因此,北京不见阛_…‰çš„居民再‹Æ¡å‡ºé—¨äº†åQŒå°½½Ž¡ä»–们很ž®å¿ƒåQŒæˆ´ç€å£ç½©åQŒåŽ»å…¬å›­çš„äh之间距离也很˜qœã€?rdquo; We met One of those residents as she was hanging upside down from a tree in Beijing's Temple of Earth Park. 在北京的天坛公园åQŒæˆ‘们遇见了一位倒挂在树上的居民ã€? She insists she's not dizzy upside down — then practices a few acrobatic twists and turns — all while hanging by her hands from the branches. "Let me tell you, young woman, you just need to practice and you will be up here too," she tells me. 她坚持说她倒挂时不会头晕,然后¾lƒä¹ äº†ä¸€äº›æ‚技式的扭è{和è{íw«ï¼Œæ‰€æœ‰çš„动作都是用手吊在树枝上ã€?ldquo;让我告诉你,òq´è½»çš„女士,你只需要练习,你也会在˜q™é‡ŒåQ?rdquo;她告诉我ã€? Now retired, she used to come to the park frequently. Then the coronavirus outbreak hit, and she shut herself inside for two months, like hundreds of millions of other Chinese residents. She was drawn back to the park only a few days ago as warmer weather hit the city. 现在退休了åQŒå¥¹¾lå¸¸æ¥å…¬å›­ã€‚然后冠状病毒爆发了åQŒå°±åƒå…¶ä»–数亿中国居民一æ øP¼Œå¥ÒŽŠŠè‡ªå·±å…›_œ¨å®‰™‡Œä¸¤ä¸ªæœˆã€‚就在几天前åQŒéšç€åŸŽå¸‚天气变暖åQŒå¥¹å†æ¬¡å›žåˆ°äº†å…¬å›­ã€? As the outbreak of the new coronavirus is fading in China. Small groups carefully cluster more than 3 feet away from each other in the park, kicking the feathered jianzi to one another. 随着˜q™ç§æ–°åž‹å† çŠ¶ç—…毒在中国的爆发逐渐减弱。在公园里,三五成群的ähž®å¿ƒ¾˜¼ç¿¼åœ°èšé›†åœ¨¼›Õd½¼æ­?英尺˜qœçš„地方åQŒæŠŠé•¿ç€¾Ÿ½æ¯›çš„毽子互相踢来踢厅R€? A short walk away, under the eaves of a Ming dynasty style gazebo, 63-year-old Yang is strumming a ruan — an ancient, four-stringed mandolin-like instrument. èµîCº†ä¸€ž®æ®µè·¯ï¼Œ63岁的杨先生在一座明代凉亭的屋檐下,弹奏着一¿Uåä¸?ldquo;é˜?rdquo;的古代四弦曼陀林乐器ã€? "You come to the park and play with whoever you want. You jam well with me, we play together. You jam better with another person? No problem!" he says. “你可以来公园和ä“Q何你想玩的äh玩。你和我合得来,我们ž®×ƒ¸€èµïLŽ©ã€‚你和另一个äh比较合得æ?没问é¢?”他说ã€? Du looks wistfully at the people. She used to sing regularly with them at the park, but today she carefully stands a good 10 feet away and sings to herself through a face mask. 杜女士若有所思地望着人群。她˜q‡åŽ»¾lå¸¸å’Œä»–们一起在公园唱歌åQŒä½†ä»Šå¤©å¥¹å°å¿ƒç¿¼¾˜¼åœ°ç«™åœ¨10英尺˜qœçš„地方åQŒæˆ´ç€å£ç½©¾l™è‡ªå·±å”±æ­Œã€? Today, Du sings a more modern aria from the Chinese epic, "Dream of the Red Chamber." The song is about a sickly young woman gathering dying blossoms for burial. 今天åQŒæœå¥›_£«æ¼”唱了中国史诗《红楼梦》中更äؓçŽîC»£çš„咏叹调。这首歌讲的是一个体弱多病的òq´è½»å¥³äh攉™›†å›_°†å‡‹è°¢çš„花有|¥åŸ‹è‘¬ã€? "The lyrics are so tragic but they're so beautiful," she says. Du likes the emotional ballads the best because, she says, "singing about difficult experiences gives me considerable insight about myself." 她说:“歌词很悲惨,但却很美ã€?rdquo;杜女士最喜欢抒情歌谣åQŒå› ä¸ºå¥¹è¯?“演唱困难的经历让我对自己有了深刻的认识ã€?rdquo; ]]></description> </item><item><title>½Hç ´è‹±æ–‡å¯¹è¯â€”—Let’s Do Something Different 让我们换换口å‘?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-10279-469156-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[Let’s Do Something Different 让我们换换口å‘?   M: What shall we do this weekend? W: Did you have something special in mind? M: No, not really. I just thought it might be fun to do something new. W: Do something for a change, you mean? M: Yes, something different. I need a change. W: I used to go shopping and have my hair done during the weekend. And you usually watched the football games on TV. M: Yes, you often have tea with your friends and I sometimes play cards with my friends. We seldom do anything together. It’s quite unlike when we were first married. W: Now, I’ve got an idea. Autumn is the best season in Beijing. Why don’t we go for a picnic this weekend? You invite your friends and I invite mine. We’ll go together. M: Good idea. I would see about the car and you’ll prepare the food. But are you sure you really want all our friends to come along?   è‹Þp¯­å£è¯­˜q›é˜¶ ]]></description> </item><item><title>在流感大‹¹è¡ŒæœŸé—´åQŒé›¶å·¥å·¥äººå¾ˆéš‘Ö¾—到经‹¹Žä¸Šçš„帮åŠ?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-500-469154-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[Gig Workers Struggle To Get Financial Help During Pandemic 在流感大‹¹è¡ŒæœŸé—´åQŒé›¶å·¥å·¥äººå¾ˆéš‘Ö¾—到经‹¹Žä¸Šçš„帮åŠ? April McGhee and her teenage daughter started feeling sick last month. They had coughs, sore throats and fevers. Her daughter's condition became so bad that they went to the emergency room. 阿普丽尔·éº¦å‰å’Œå¥¹åå‡ å²çš„奛_„¿ä¸Šä¸ªæœˆå¼€å§‹æ„ŸåˆîC¸èˆ’服。他们咳嗽、喉咙痛、发烧。她奛_„¿çš„情况变得很¾pŸç³•åQŒå¥¹ä»¬åŽ»äº†æ€¥è¯Šå®¤ã€? "She had it worse than I did," McGhee said. "Her cough lasted longer. It was really a concern. “她的情况比我更糟åQ?rdquo;麦吉说。她的咳嗽了更久。这¼‹®å®žä»¤äh担心ã€? McGhee, who lives in Sacramento, wanted both of them to get tested for the coronavirus. But the hospital told her they weren't sick enough to qualify for testing under California's rules. So, they went home and into isolation. 住在萨克拉门托的麦吉希望两äh都接受冠状病毒检‹¹‹ã€‚但医院告诉她,æ ÒŽ®åŠ å·žçš„规定,他们的病情还没有严重到有资格接受‹‚€‹¹‹ã€‚所以,他们回家后就被隔¼›ÖMº†ã€? A single mom, McGhee makes ends meet by delivering groceries for Instacart and meals for Postmates. She contacted Instacart to apply for sick pay under a policy the company recently put in place because of the pandemic. 作äؓ一个单íw«æ¯äºÔŒ¼Œéº¦å‰é€šè¿‡ä¸ºé£Ÿå“å¿«é€’送杂货和为同城快递送餐来维持生计。她联系了食品快递公司,æ ÒŽ®è¯¥å…¬å¸æœ€˜q‘针对大‹¹è¡Œåˆ¶å®šçš„一™åҎ”¿½{–,甌™¯·ç—…假工资ã€? "They basically laughed me off," McGhee said. "They said, 'Unless you have the health department or [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] making you stay home on quarantine, or a note from the doctor saying that you've been diagnosed with COVID-19. you're out of luck.'" “他们基本上是一½W‘置之,”麦吉说ã€?ldquo;他们è¯ß_¼Œ‘除非卫生部门æˆ?¾ŸŽå›½ç–„¡—…控制与预防中å¿?让你呆在安™‡Œéš”离åQŒæˆ–者医生说你被诊断出患有COVID-19.否则你就没那么幸˜qäº†ã€?rsquo;” Gig companies like Instacart, Uber and Lyft connect people who need tasks done with workers willing to do them. But the companies consider these workers independent contractors, not employees. The firms generally do not provide paid sick leave or other employee benefits. 像是是食品快递、优步和来福车这æ ïLš„零工公司会把需要完成ä“Q务的äºÞZ¸Žæ„¿æ„å®Œæˆä»ÕdŠ¡çš„员工联¾p»è“v来。但˜q™äº›å…¬å¸è®¤äؓ˜q™äº›å·¥äh是独立的承包商,而不是雇员。这些公叔R€šå¸¸ä¸æä¾›å¸¦è–ªç—…假或其他员工¼›åˆ©ã€? Now, however, that's changing. The nature of the work that Instacart shoppers, Uber and Lyft drivers and other gig workers do puts them in close contact with strangers. They are, in essence, on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, and some of them are getting sick. 然而,现在˜q™ç§æƒ…况正在改变。食品快递的购物者、优步和来福车的司机以及其他零工的工作性质åQŒè®©ä»–们与陌生äh保持着密切联系。从本质上讲åQŒä»–们是冠状病毒大流行的前线åQŒä»–们中的一些äh正在生病ã€? McGhee joined other Instacart workers who walked off the job Monday to demand better safety measures. She says the company's policy not only puts her at risk, it encourages people who are sick to keep working and, potentially, spread the disease. 麦吉加入了其他食品快递工人的行列åQŒä»–们在周一˜q›è¡Œäº†çŞ工,要求更好的安全措施。她è¯ß_¼Œå…¬å¸çš„政½{–不仅把她置于危险之中,˜q˜é¼“åŠÞq”Ÿç—…的人ç‘ô¾l­å·¥ä½œï¼Œòq¶æœ‰å¯èƒ½ä¼ æ’­ç–„¡—…ã€? She said the company should keep its workers healthy "as a buffer zone instead of as a Typhoid Mary." 她说åQŒå…¬å¸åº”该让员工保持健康åQ?ldquo;作äؓ¾~“冲地带åQŒè€Œä¸æ˜¯åäº‹ä¼ æ’­è€…ã€?rdquo; Instacart has since announced it plans to distribute supplies, including masks, hand sanitizer and thermometers, to workers beginning this week. 食品快递公叔RšåŽå®£å¸ƒï¼Œè®¡åˆ’从本周开始向工äh分发口罩、洗手液和体温计½{‰ç‰©å“ã€? Workers for other gig companies are also running into hurdles getting the help they've been promised. 其他零工公司的员工在获得承诺的帮助方面也遇到了障¼„ã€? After Uber and Lyft driver Khadim Diop fell ill with a fever and sore throat, he got a letter from New York City's health department saying he must stay home for 14 days. 优步和来¼›èžR的司机卡˜qªå§†·˜qªå¥¥æ™®å‘烧、喉咙痛åQŒä¹‹åŽä»–收到了纽¾U¦å¸‚卫生局的一ž®ä¿¡åQŒè¯´ä»–å¿…™åÕdœ¨å®¶å‘†14天ã€? He showed the letter to both companies to receive sick pay. He hoped it would cover the loss of the roughly $1.000 to $1.500 he says he typically makes per week. He got $250 from Lyft. 他把˜q™å°ä¿¡æ‹¿¾l™ä¸¤å®¶å…¬å¸çœ‹åQŒè¦æ±‚得到病假工资。他希望˜q™ç¬”é’Þpƒ½å¼¥è¡¥ä»–每周赚的大¾U?.000åˆ?.500¾ŸŽå…ƒçš„损失。他从来¼›èžR公司得到äº?50¾ŸŽå…ƒã€? Uber initially rejected his claim, saying he did not qualify for the company's financial assistance program. Uber said it has paid more than 1.400 claims to U.S. drivers in less than three weeks. 优步最初拒¾läº†ä»–的要求åQŒç§°ä»–不½W¦åˆå…¬å¸çš„经‹¹Žæ´åŠ©è®¡åˆ’。优步表½Cºï¼Œåœ¨ä¸åˆîC¸‰å‘¨çš„æ—‰™—´é‡Œï¼Œå®ƒå·²¾lå‘¾ŸŽå›½å¸æœºæ”¯ä»˜äº?400多笔索赔ã€? But after NPR contacted Uber, the company reversed its decision regarding Diop. It said his claim should not have been rejected. He has now received about $1.700 from Uber to cover the two weeks of work he's missed. 但在¾ŸŽå›½å›½å®¶å…¬å…±ç”µå°(NPR)联系优步之后åQŒä¼˜æ­¥æ”¹å˜äº†æœ‰å…³˜qªå¥¥æ™®çš„军_®šã€‚它说他的要求不应该被拒¾lã€‚现在,他已¾lä»Žä¼˜æ­¥é‚£é‡Œå¾—到了约1700¾ŸŽå…ƒåQŒä»¥å¼¥è¡¥ä»–é”™˜q‡çš„两周工作ã€? ]]></description> </item><item><title>¾U½çº¦å·žå·žé•¿ç§‘莫报告说åQŒæ­»äº¡äh数有所下降åQŒä½†å¯èƒ½æ˜¯æš‚时的 http://www.762801.live/show-500-469153-1.html 里昂夜读¾ŸŽæ–‡ [430]:时机 http://www.762801.live/show-10244-469151-1.html 卡卡译֠‚ 879 Quora¾_ùN€?了解什么心理学的小½Hé—¨å¾ˆæœ‰ç”? http://www.762801.live/show-9961-469143-1.html 只有当你知道目标在哪的时候,你才能做好准å¤?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-138-469142-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[In the 1950s, a female swimming athlete set a goal for herself. 二十世纪五十òq´ä»£åQŒä¸€ä½å¥³æ¸¸æ³³˜qåŠ¨å‘˜ç»™è‡ªå·±å®šäº†ä¸€ä¸ªç›®æ ‡ã€? She decided to swim across the English Channel before she retired. 她要在退役之前横渡英吉利‹¹·åˆöã€? If she could make it, she would be the first person in the world who did it. 如果å¥ÒŽˆåŠŸåšåˆ°çš„话,那她ž®†æ˜¯ä¸–界上的½W¬ä¸€äººã€? On that day, she jumped into the sea without any hesitation and swam towards the oppostie bank. åˆîCº†é‚£ä¸€å¤©ï¼Œå¥ÒŽ¯…然决然地跌™¿›äº†å¤§‹¹øP¼Œå‘æ“v峡对然游厅R€? In the journey, she faced heavy fog, heavy rain and heavy waves. Though she was tired, she still carried on swimming. 在途中åQŒå¥¹é‡ä¸Šäº†å¤§é›¾ï¼Œé‡ä¸Šäº†å¤§é›¨ï¼Œ˜q˜é‡ä¸Šäº†æ±ÒŽ¶Œçš„大‹¹ªï¼Œè™½ç„¶å¾ˆç¯åQŒä½†å¥¹ä¾ç„¶åšæŒå‘前游ã€? But in the end, she gave up. 然而,最¾lˆï¼Œå¥¹è¿˜æ˜¯æ”¾å¼ƒäº†ã€? And what she didn't know at the moment she gave up was that the opposite bank was only 1 mile away. 而在å¥ÒŽ”¾å¼ƒçš„时候,å¥ÒŽ‰€ä¸çŸ¥é“的是:她离对岸只有一英里了ã€? Later people had asked her about the reason. And she said: "The reason why I gave up is that I could not see the destination which I was so closed to reach." 事后有äh问她攑ּƒçš„原因,她说åQ?ldquo;我之所以放弃,是因为我看不到即ž®†åˆ°è¾„¡š„目标ã€?rdquo; Too many success stories have been lecturing us about courage and persistence. But they never told us where to find courage and persistence. 有太多成功的故事都在å¼ø™°ƒå‹‡æ°”和坚持,然而,它们却从不告诉你勇气和坚持从哪里来ã€? You can only have courage when you know where your goal is. You can only manage to persist when you know where your goal is. 只有当你知道目标在哪的时候,你才能真正有勇气åQŒæ‰èƒ½çœŸæ­£åšåˆ°åšæŒã€? And that's because only when you know where your goal is can you prepare yourself well mentally. 因äؓ只有当你知道目标在哪的时候你才能做好心理准备ã€? Courage and persistence never fall from the sky. 坚持和勇气从来都不是天上掉下来的¾ŸŽå¥½å“è´¨ã€? They come from weighing between input and output. 它们来自你对投入和äñ”出的权衡ã€? A life without goals is like a ship without a compass. It goes nowhere. 没有目标的äh生,ž®±åƒæ²¡æœ‰¾|—盘的船åQŒå“ªä¹ŸåŽ»ä¸äº†ã€? There is no courage or persistence in a life without goals. 在一个没有目标的人生里,æ ÒŽœ¬æ²¡æœ‰æ‰€è°“的勇气与坚持ã€? ]]></description> </item><item><title>3分钟学英è¯?[67]:英文"˜q˜æƒ³å’‹çš„"怎么è¯?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-10271-467386-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[电媄原声åQ? Ash: Baby, I'm back. What is going on here? Becky: Hi. I'm Becky. Ash: Becky? Lance: Hey, what did you expect? You're never around anymore.   今日知识点: 1. What is going on here? ˜q™ä»€ä¹ˆæƒ…å†? Why's no one working? What's everyone looking at? What is going on here? ä¸ÞZ»€ä¹ˆæ²¡äººå·¥ä½?大家都在看什么呢?˜q™ä»€ä¹ˆæƒ…å†? This place is packed. What is going on here? It's never this busy. ˜q™åœ°æ–¹å¥½æŒ¤ã€‚这是什么情å†?从来没这么多人呀ã€? 2. What did you expect? 你还æƒÏx€Žæ ·? Of course Ron let you down. He's unreliable. What did you expect? Ron当然会让你失望,他那么不可靠。你想什么呢? A: Those headphones I just bought don't work. 我刚买的è€Ïxœºåäº†ã€? B: You only paid $5 for it. What did you expect? 你才èŠ×ƒº†5¾ŸŽé‡‘åQŒä½ ˜q˜æƒ³æ€Žä¹ˆæ ?     新浪微博 @意趣è‹Þp¯­ 公众微信YiQuEnglish 一分钟英文 ]]></description> </item><item><title>3分钟学英è¯?[68]:英文"牛äh"怎么è¯?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-10271-467387-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[电媄原声åQ? Bear Thug: Well, you're one great card player, Mike. 好吧åQŒä½ çœŸæ˜¯ä¸ªçŽ©ç‰Œé«˜æ‰‹ã€? Mike: Not so bad yourself. Ooh... 你也不赖ã€?   今日知识点: 1. You're one great... 你是个很‹‚’çš„... You're one great guitar player. I think you should start a band. 你真是个吉他高手。我觉得你应该弄个乐队ã€? Maggie sold her company to Facebook for millions. She's one great businesswoman. Maggie把他的公司卖¾l™äº†FacebookåQŒæŒ£äº†å‡ ç™¾ä¸‡ã€‚她真是个很‹‚’的奛_•†äººã€? 2. Not so bad yourself. 你也不赖ã€? AåQšYou played great. 你打得真好ã€? BåQšNot so bad yourself. You almost won. 你也不赖ã€? AåQšLooking good. 好看ã€? BåQšNot so bad yourself. New haircut? 你也不赖。新发型?     新浪微博 @意趣è‹Þp¯­ 公众微信YiQuEnglish 一分钟英文 ]]></description> </item><item><title>¾ŸŽæ˜¯ä¸»è§‚的,˜q™æ‰æ˜¯ä¸å˜çš„真理 http://www.762801.live/show-138-469140-1.html 生命在于˜qåŠ¨åQŒè€å¹´äººæ›´æ˜¯å¦‚æ­?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-9944-469139-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[Exercise is the key to life, and researchers at Seoul national university in South Korea have found that moderate to vigorous exercise such as brisk walking, dancing, gardening, cycling and running can help prevent cardiovascular disease in older people. 生命在于˜qåŠ¨ã€‚首ž®”国立大学的研究人员发现åQŒå¦‚果老年äºø™ƒ½¿U¯æžå‚加高强度运动,如散步、蟩舞、园艺、骑自行车和跑步åQŒå¿ƒè¡€½Ž¡ç–¾ç—…就能得到有效预阌Ӏ? The study was based on data from South Korea's health insurance service system, which included more than 1.1 million older adults aged ≥ 60 with no previous history of cardiovascular disease. They underwent two consecutive physical examinations in 2009-2010 and 2011-2012, and were followed up until the end of 2016. ˜q™é¡¹ç ”究的数据来自韩国的åŒÈ–—保险服务¾pȝ»Ÿã€‚æ€Õd…±æœ‰è¶…˜q?10万年é¾?ge;60岁且没有血½Ž¡ç—…史的老年äºø™¢«¾U›_…¥ç ”究。他们在2009òq´è‡³2010òq´å’Œ2011òq´è‡³2012òq´è¿ž¾l­æŽ¥å—了两次体检。随访一直持¾l­åˆ°2016òq´åº•ã€? Their average age was 67, and two-thirds of them reported little physical activity at both checkups. ˜q™äº›è€äh的åã^均年龄äؓ67岁,其中2/3的äh在两‹Æ¡ä½“‹‚€æ—¶å‡æŠ¥å‘Šå¾ˆå°‘˜qåŠ¨ã€? At the second checkup, 22 percent of the previously inactive seniors had increased their activity, while those who had previously exercised at least five times a week had become inactive. 在第二次体检æ—Óž¼Œä¹‹å‰å¾ˆå°‘˜qåŠ¨çš„老äh中,22%加强了运动,而之前每周至ž®‘运åŠ?‹Æ¡çš„人却变得不爱˜qåŠ¨äº†ã€? The researchers' analysis of data showed that compared with those who had been inactive, those who had switched from infrequent exercise to one to two, three to four times a week and ≥5 moderate to vigorous exercise had a 5 percent, 11 percent and 9 percent lower risk of cardiovascular disease, respectively, during the study period. 研究人员分析数据昄¡¤ºåQŒä¸Žä¸€ç›´ä¸¿U¯æž˜qåŠ¨çš„老äh相比åQŒç ”½I¶æœŸé—´èƒ½ä»Žå¾ˆž®‘运动改变äؓ每周参与1~2‹Æ¡ã€?~4‹Æ¡ã€?ge;5中高强度˜qåŠ¨çš„老ähåQŒå‘生心血½Ž¡ç—…的风险分别降低了5%ã€?1%ã€?%ã€? Those who had been active at least once or twice a week before becoming inactive had up to a 27 percent increased risk of cardiovascular disease, compared with those who had been active at moderate to high intensity. 与一直积极参与中高强度运动的老äh相比åQŒé‚£äº›æœ¬æ¥æ¯å‘¨è‡³ž®‘参ä¸?~2‹Æ¡ä¸­é«˜å¼ºåº¦è¿åŠ¨ã€åŽæ¥å˜å¾—不çˆÞp¿åŠ¨çš„老ähåQŒå‘生心血½Ž¡ç—…的风险最高增加了27%ã€? The researchers found that for people over 60 years of age, active participation in moderate to high intensity exercise significantly reduced the overall risk of cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, and stroke. 研究者发玎ͼŒå¯¹äºŽ60岁以上的老年人来è¯ß_¼Œ¿U¯æžå‚与中高强度˜qåŠ¨å¯ÒŽ€Èš„心血½Ž¡ç—…、冠心病、中风风险均有明æ˜ùN™ä½Žä½œç”¨ã€? In addition, people with disabilities and older adults with high blood pressure, hyperlipidemia, and type 2 diabetes can benefit from moderate to high intensity exercise. 另外åQŒæ®‹ç–¾ä»¥åŠæœ‰é«˜è¡€åŽ‹ã€é«˜è„‚血症ã€?型糖ž®¿ç—…的老年人,如果加强中高强度˜qåŠ¨åQŒéƒ½æœ‰ç›Šå¿ƒè¡€½Ž¡å¥åº—÷€? Older people may find it harder and harder to exercise regularly as they age, but active exercise is essential for cardiovascular health. 随着òq´é¾„增长åQŒè€äh会觉得越来越难以坚持规律˜qåŠ¨åQŒä½†ä¸ÞZº†å¿ƒè¡€½Ž¡å¥åºøP¼Œå¿…é¡»¿U¯æžå‚与˜qåŠ¨ã€? Disabled and old people with chronic diseases should also be so, but must be on the premise of safety, discomfort promptly stop or seek medical treatment. ŒD‹ç–¾å’Œæœ‰æ…¢æ€§ç—…的老äh也应如此åQŒä½†ä¸€å®šè¦ä»¥å®‰å…¨äؓ前提åQŒå‡ºçŽîC¸é€‚及时停止或ž®±åŒ»ã€? ]]></description> </item><item><title>隔离的孤独感会引发大脑类ä¼égºŽé¥¥é¥¿çš„æÍæœ?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-9944-469138-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[Lockdown loneliness triggers brain cravings similar to hunger 隔离的孤独感会引发大脑类ä¼égºŽé¥¥é¥¿çš„æÍæœ? People are starving for human contact. äºÞZ»¬æ¸´æœ›ä¸Žäh接触ã€? As the US approaches nearly one month since the coronavirus pandemic prompted Americans to isolate themselves from family and friends outside the home, many have been chiefly concerned with boredom or newly upended routines. But those who live alone are suffering from an emotion far more insidious: loneliness. For some, the compulsory solitude has already become too overwhelming to bear. 自从冠状病毒大流行,¾ŸŽå›½äºÞZ¸Žå®¶äh和朋友隔¾lå·²¾læŽ¥˜q‘一个月了,许多äºÞZ¸»è¦å…³å¿ƒçš„是无聊,或者是刚刚被打ä¹Þqš„日常生活。但那些独自生活的äh正遭受着一¿Uæ›´å¯æ€•çš„情感:孤独。对一些äh来说åQŒè¿™¿Uå¼ºåˆ¶çš„孤独已经让他们无法承受ã€? A nationwide study reported this week that 53% of Americans said they had felt lonely or isolated within the past week, particularly those in the 18-to-29 and 30-to-49 age ranges — groups that may be more likely to be single and childless. While mental health plays a considerable role in how individuals cope with being alone, scientists have recently come to reveal that the hungry brain looks strikingly similar to the lonely one. 本周的一™å¹å…¨å›½æ€§ç ”½I¶æŠ¥å‘Šç§°åQ?3%的美国äh表示他们在过åŽÖM¸€å‘¨å†…感到孤独或被孤立åQŒå°¤å…¶æ˜¯é‚£äº›18- 29岁和30- 49岁的òq´é¾„ŒD?mdash;—˜q™äº›òq´é¾„ŒD늚„人更可能是单íw«å’Œæ— å­å¥³çš„。尽½Ž¡å¿ƒç†å¥åº·åœ¨äºÞZ»¬åº”对孤独的过½E‹ä¸­æ‰®æ¼”着相当重要的角è‰ÔŒ¼Œä½†ç§‘学家最˜q‘发玎ͼŒé¥¥é¥¿çš„大脑与孤独的大脑惊人地ç›æ€¼¼ã€? A prescient new study by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology being previewed in BioRxiv prior to peer review is the first to show that both loneliness and hunger trigger deep centers of the human brain eliciting feelings of desire and craving. They say their findings suggest that the need for social interaction is as primordial as the need to eat. éºÈœç†å·¥å­¦é™¢(Massachusetts Institute of Technology)的研½I¶äh员在同行评审之前在BioRxiv发表了一™å¹å…·æœ‰å…ˆè§ä¹‹è§çš„æ–°ç ”½IӞ¼Œè¯¥ç ”½I‰™¦–‹Æ¡è¡¨æ˜Žï¼Œå­¤ç‹¬æ„Ÿå’Œé¥¥é¥¿æ„Ÿéƒ½ä¼šè§¦å‘äh¾cÕd¤§è„‘的深层中枢åQŒå¼•å‘欲望和渴望。他们说åQŒä»–们的研究¾l“果表明åQŒå¯¹½C¾äº¤çš„需求和对吃的需求一æ äh˜¯åŽŸå§‹çš„ã€? Neuroscientists Livia Tomova, Rebecca Saxe and their team say they had no idea how timely their research, which began more than three years ago, would be today — as COVID-19 forces people around the world to seek shelter and socially distance themselves for the near future. In fact, they hardly could imagine a world outside of prisons where the scenarios they tested would be played out in reality. ¼œžç»¿U‘学家利¾l´å¨…·æ‰˜èŽ«ç“¦ã€ä¸½è´å¡·è¨å…‹æ–¯å’Œä»–们的团队说åQŒä»–们不知道他们三年多前开始的研究在今天会有多及时——因äؓCOVID-19˜q«ä‹É世界各地的äh们在不久的将来寻求庇护和½C¾äº¤è·ç¦»ã€‚事实上åQŒä»–们很难想象在监狱之外的世界里åQŒä»–们所‹¹‹è¯•çš„场景会在现实中上演ã€? “I sometimes struggled to articulate what that would be like in the real world,” Saxe told Scientific American. “Why would that ever happen?” 萨克斯告诉《科学美国äh》说:“我有时很难说清楚在现实世界中那会是什么样子ã€?rdquo;“ä¸ÞZ»€ä¹ˆä¼š˜q™æ ·å‘?” By the time Saxe and her colleagues were writing the study, their worst-case scenario had become the new normal. 当萨克斯和她的同事们写研½I¶æŠ¥å‘Šçš„时候,最坏的情况已经变成了新的日常ã€? “What feels most significant about this paper is that it’s a way to step outside the experience we’re having and look on it through a different lens,” Saxe said. 萨克斯说:“˜q™ç¯‡è®ºæ–‡æœ€é‡è¦çš„意义在于,它是一¿Uè¶…­‘Šæˆ‘们现有经验的方式åQŒåƈ通过不同的视角来看待它ã€?rdquo; Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), scientists compared brain responses in 40 healthy adult volunteers after 10-hour deprivation periods forcing either loneliness or hunger. The rules on food-deprivation day were simple: No eating or drinking anything but water. ¿U‘学家们使用功能性磁共振成像技æœ?fMRI)åQŒæ¯”较了40名健åºähˆòq´å¿—愿者在被迫孤独或饥é¥?0ž®æ—¶åŽçš„大脑反应。食物剥夺日的规则很½Ž€å?除了æ°ß_¼Œä¸èƒ½åƒæˆ–喝ä“Q何东è¥Ñ€? Evoking loneliness was less straightforward, as some people crave regular social interaction, while others are more comfortable with solitude. To create the most consistent feeling of loneliness, participants were confined to a stark room at a lab with no phones, computers or novels, as some might have been inclined to bond with the characters. From 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., they were allowed only puzzles and pre-approved nonfiction reading or writing. 唤è“v孤独感则不那么直接,因äؓ有些人æÍ望有规律的社交活动,而另一些äh则更喜欢独处。äؓ了营造最一致的孤独感,参与者被限制在实验室的一间简陋的戉K—´é‡Œï¼Œæ²¡æœ‰æ‰‹æœºã€ç”µè„‘或ž®è¯´åQŒå› ä¸ºæœ‰äº›äh可能們֐‘于与角色建立联系。从早上9点到晚上7炏V€‚在¾ŸŽå›½åQŒä»–们只能玩猜谜游戏和阅è¯ÀLˆ–写作非小说类书籍ã€? Immediately following the sessions, the volunteers were subjected to brain scans, focusing on a midbrain region called the substantia nigra, as well as visual cues, such as images of food or hugging, meant to induce craving. An active substantia nigra indicates a strong wanting that is produced by a dopamine release. 实验¾l“束后,研究人员立即对志愿者进行了脑部扫描åQŒæ‰«æçš„重点是中脑的黑质区域åQŒä»¥åŠä¸€äº›è§†è§‰çº¿ç´¢ï¼Œå¦‚食物或拥抱的图像,˜q™äº›éƒ½æ˜¯ç”¨æ¥å¼•è“v渴望的。活跃的黑质表明强烈的欲望是由多巴胺释放产生的ã€? “We found that this brain area specifically responded to the cues after deprivation but only to cues of what they had been deprived of,” said Tomova — meaning that periods of solitude were not soothed by pictures of participants’ favorite snacks. The brain’s response correlated with the subjects’ self-reports of how lonely or hungry they felt, though their reported feelings of hunger were consistently stronger than feelings of loneliness. 托莫娃说:“我们发现åQŒè¢«å‰¥å¤ºé£Ÿç‰©åŽï¼Œå¤§è„‘的这一区域会对暗示做出特定的反应,但只寚w‚£äº›è¢«å‰¥å¤ºäº†çš„暗示做出反应。大脑的反应与受试者自我报告的孤独感或饥饿感相养I¼Œž®½ç®¡ä»–们报告的饥饿感始终å¼ÞZºŽå­¤ç‹¬æ„Ÿã€?rdquo; The scientists put their results through AI analysis to trace neural patterns between the two brain states, which told them “that there seems to be an underlying shared neural signature between the two states,” Tomova said. “Social contact is a very basic need.” ¿U‘学家们通过人工æ™ø™ƒ½åˆ†æžæ¥è¿½ítªè¿™ä¸¤ç§å¤§è„‘状态之间的¼œžç»æ¨¡å¼åQŒè¿™å‘Šè¯‰ä»–们“˜q™ä¸¤¿UçŠ¶æ€ä¹‹é—´ä¼¼ä¹Žæœ‰ä¸€ä¸ªæ½œåœ¨çš„共同的神¾lç‰¹å¾ï¼Œ”托莫娃说ã€?ldquo;½C¾äº¤æ˜¯ä¸€¿Uéžå¸¸åŸºæœ¬çš„需求ã€?rdquo; Tomova and Saxe hope to continue their study, particularly to reveal how social media impacts loneliness — for better or worse. 托莫瓦和萨克斯希望ç‘ô¾l­ä»–们的研究åQŒç‰¹åˆ«æ˜¯æ­ç¤º½C¾äº¤åª’体是如何媄响孤独感çš?mdash;—无论好坏ã€? ]]></description> </item><item><title>什么是¾p–å°¿ç—…èƒöåQ?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-9944-469137-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[许多病程较长的糖ž®¿ç—…患者经常被åŒÈ”Ÿå‘ŠçŸ¥“òqÏx—¶è¦æ³¨æ„å°è…¿å’Œ­‘³éƒ¨çš„颜色和伤口”ã€? Many patients with diabetes with a long course of disease will be asked by the doctor to pay attention to the color and wound on the leg and foot. 不懂的äh往往生活在未知之中。这实际上是因äؓåŒÈ”Ÿæ‹…心他们会患¾p–å°¿ç—…èƒöã€? People who don't understand often don't understand why, this is actually doctors afraid they have diabetic foot. ¾p–å°¿ç—…èƒö分类 中医认äؓåQŒç³–ž®¿ç—…­‘³ç»ˆæœ«æœŸåˆ†å¹²æ¹¿ä¸¤åž‹ï¼Œå¯é€šè¿‡ä¼¤å£æ˜¯å¦æœ‰è„“性分泌物、异呟뀁颜色变化等区分åQŒä½†ç—…情往往已经较äؓ严重ã€? Traditional Chinese medicine thinks, diabetic sufficient terminal stage cent is dry wet two kinds, can pass the distinction such as whether the wound has purulent sex secretions, peculiar smell, color change, but the condition is often already more serious. 北京清华长庚医院血½Ž¡å¤–¿U‘副ä¸ÖM“QåŒÕd¸ˆå¼ ç«¥ä»‹ç»åQŒäÍ床上åQŒåŒ»ç”Ÿå¸¸æŒ‰å—累系¾lŸï¼Œž®†ç³–ž®¿ç—…­‘›_ˆ†ä¸ºç¼ºè¡€åž‹ã€ç¥ž¾låž‹å’Œæ؜合型ã€? Beijing tsinghua changgung hospital vascular surgery deputy chief physician zhang tong, clinical, doctors often according to the involved system, the diabetic foot will be divided into ischemic type, neurological type and mixed type. ¾p–å°¿ç—…èƒö的主要表çŽ? ¾~ø™¡€åž‹è¡¨çŽîCؓ下肢发凉、行走受影响、静息痛½{‰ç—‡çŠÓž¼Œè¾ƒäؓ凉™™©åQŒå®¹æ˜“导致截è‚? The symptoms of ischemic blood type are lower limb cooling, walking affected, resting pain, etc., which are more dangerous and easily lead to amputation. ¼œžç»åž‹å¸¸è¡¨çŽ°ä¸ÞZ¸‹è‚¢æ„Ÿè§‰å¼‚常,比如éºÀLœ¨ã€ç–¼ç—›ï¼Œä¹Ÿæœ‰ä¸å°‘患者属于æ؜合型ã€? Neurological type is often manifested as lower limb sensory abnormalities, such as numbness, pain, there are also many patients belong to the mixed type. 当患者èƒö部破溃时åQŒäؓ避免¾l†èŒæ„ŸæŸ“åQŒä¸“业医生首先要对伤口进行换药消毒甚è‡Ïx¸…åˆ? When the patient's foot is broken, in order to avoid bacterial infection, professional doctors should first of all to the wound for dressing disinfection or debridement; 如果已出现感染,在消毒清创后åQŒè¿˜è¦é’ˆå¯ÒŽ„ŸæŸ“面¿U¯ã€æ·±åº¦ã€ç»†èŒç§¾c»ï¼Œ¾l“合抗菌药物æ²È–—ã€? If there is infection, after disinfection debridement, but also for the infection area, depth, bacterial species, combined with antimicrobial treatment. 血½Ž¡ç‹­½H„闭塞是¾p–å°¿ç—…èƒö臛_…³é‡è¦çš„病因,¾lŸè®¡å­¦è°ƒæŸ¥åˆ†æžå‘玎ͼŒä¸­å›½¾p–友合åƈ¾~ø™¡€åž‹ç³–ž®¿ç—…­‘³çš„比例ä¸?5%~80%ã€? Vascular stenosis is the most important cause of diabetic foot. 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The head of the International Monetary Fund has said the coronavirus pandemic had created an economic crisis like no other. Kristalina Georgieva said that never in the history of IMF had they witnessed the world economy come to a standstill. In humanity's darkest hour, the world must stand united. 国际货币基金¾l„织总裁表示åQŒå† çŠ¶ç—…毒大‹¹è¡Œé€ æˆäº†å‰æ‰€æœªæœ‰çš„经‹¹Žå±æœºã€‚格奥尔åŸø™€¶å¨ƒå¥›_£«è¡¨ç¤ºåQŒåœ¨å›½é™…货币基金¾l„织的历史上åQŒä»Žæœªç›®ç¹ä¸–界经‹¹Žé™·å…¥åœæ»žã€‚在人类最黑暗的时刻,世界必须团结一致ã€? France has acknowledged more than 1.400 coronavirus deaths in care homes since the start of the last month. An official said 2/3 of old aged homes had lost at least one person with coronavirus. 自上个月初以来,法国已确认有1400多名冠状病毒感染者在疗养院死亡。一名官员表½Cºï¼Œä¸‰åˆ†ä¹‹äºŒçš„老年人家中至ž®‘有一人感染了冠状病毒ã€? Italy remains the worsted affected in Europe with 14.500 deaths. 意大利仍是欧‹z²å—影响最严重的国å®Óž¼Œæœ?.45万ähæ­ÖMº¡ã€? President Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron have called for a bigger role for the U.N Security Council in battling the pandemic. A White House spokesman says the two leaders had discussed convening a meeting of the council's permanent members. ç‰ÒŽœ—æ™®æ€È»Ÿå’Œæ³•å›½æ€È»ŸåŸƒé©¬¾U½åŸƒž®?middot;马克龙呼吁联合国在抗å‡È–«æƒ…中发挥更大的作用。联合国安理会正在与大流行作斗争。白宫发­a€äºø™¡¨½Cºï¼Œä¸¤ä½é¢†å¯¼äºø™®¨è®ÞZº†å¬å¼€å®‰ç†ä¼šå¸¸ä»È†äº‹å›½ä¼šè®®çš„问题ã€? Oil prices have surged more than 10% as signs grow that Russia and Saudi Arabia may end their dispute over production. World oil prices have fallen to levels not seen for almost two decades. 随着俄罗斯和沙特阿拉伯可能结束石油生产争端的˜q¹è±¡åQŒçŸ³æ²¹ä­h格已¾léª¤é™?0%以上。全球æÑa价已跌至˜q?0òq´æ¥çš„最低水òqŸë€? Police in the Pakistani city of Karachi have come under attack, as they tried to stop people attending Friday prayers at a mosque. Officials had ordered a curfew to try to stop people gathering to pray because of the risk of spreading the coronavirus. 巴基斯坦城市卡拉奇警斚w­é‡è¢­å‡»ï¼Œè­¦å¯Ÿè¯•å›¾é˜ÀL­¢äºÞZ»¬å‚加周五清真寺的¼œˆç¥·ã€‚äؓ防止传播冠状病毒的危险,官方已经下ä×o实施å®ëŠ¦åQŒè¯•å›ùN˜»æ­¢äh们聚集祈¼œ—÷€? In other news, the embattled prime minister of Lesotho has ordered an investigation into rivals in his own party, who he says are plotting to topple the government. Thomas Thabane is accused of playing a role in the murder of his estranged wife. 其他斚w¢åQŒå››é¢æ¥šæ­Œçš„èŽÞqƒ¦æ‰˜æ€È†ä¸‹ä×o对其党内å¯ÒŽ‰‹˜q›è¡Œè°ƒæŸ¥åQŒä»–说这些对手正在密谋推¾˜ÀL”¿åºœã€‚托马斯·è¨ç­è¢«æŒ‡æŽ§å‚与谋杀分居的妻子ã€? The American singer-songwriter Bill Withers has died. He was 81. His most famous hits written in the 1970s included "Lean on Me" and "Lovely Day", both of which remain popular to this day. ¾ŸŽå›½åˆ›ä½œæ­Œæ‰‹æ¯”å°”·å¨ç‘Ÿæ–¯åŽ»ä¸–。äínòq?1岁。他åœ?0世纪70òq´ä»£æœ€è‘—名的作品包括《Lean on Me》和《Lovely Day》,˜q™ä¸¤éƒ¨ä½œå“è‡³ä»Šä»å¾ˆå—‹Æ¢è¿Žã€? BBC news. BBC新闻ã€? [tctab]听力原文[/tctab] BBC news with Julie Candler. The head of the International Monetary Fund has said the coronavirus pandemic had created an economic crisis like no other. Kristalina Georgieva said that never in the history of IMF had they witnessed the world economy come to a standstill. In humanity's darkest hour, the world must stand united. France has acknowledged more than 1.400 coronavirus deaths in care homes since the start of the last month. An official said 2/3 of old aged homes had lost at least one person with coronavirus. Italy remains the worsted affected in Europe with 14.500 deaths. President Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron have called for a bigger role for the U.N Security Council in battling the pandemic. A White House spokesman says the two leaders had discussed convening a meeting of the council's permanent members. Oil prices have surged more than 10% as signs grow that Russia and Saudi Arabia may end their dispute over production. World oil prices have fallen to levels not seen for almost two decades. Police in the Pakistani city of Karachi have come under attack, as they tried to stop people attending Friday prayers at a mosque. Officials had ordered a curfew to try to stop people gathering to pray because of the risk of spreading the coronavirus. In other news, the embattled prime minister of Lesotho has ordered an investigation into rivals in his own party, who he says are plotting to topple the government. Thomas Thabane is accused of playing a role in the murder of his estranged wife. The American singer-songwriter Bill Withers has died. He was 81. His most famous hits written in the 1970s included "Lean on Me" and "Lovely Day", both of which remain popular to this day. 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So, in times of desperation, Cuomo said New York is getting help from some rather distant partners: Oregon, which is making an unsolicited donation of 140 ventilators to the state, and the Chinese government, which facilitated a delivery of 1.000 ventilators arriving Saturday in New York City. 因此åQŒåœ¨¾læœ›ä¹‹æ—¶åQŒç§‘莫表½Cºï¼Œ¾U½çº¦æ­£ä»Žä¸€äº›ç›¸å½“遥˜qœçš„合作伙伴那里得到帮助:俄勒冈州正在ä¸ÕdŠ¨å‘该州捐èµ?40个呼吸机åQŒè€Œä¸­å›½æ”¿åºœåˆ™å¸®åŠ©˜qé€äº†1000个呼吸机åQŒäºŽå‘¨å…­æŠµè¾¾¾U½çº¦å¸‚ã€? "This is a big deal," he said, "and it's going to make a significant difference for us." “˜q™æ˜¯ä¸€ä»¶å¤§äº‹ï¼Œ”他说åQ?ldquo;它将å¯ÒŽˆ‘们äñ”生重大媄响ã€?rdquo; Saturday brought another slew of alarming numbers for New York, which reported that 630 people have died of COVID-19 since Friday, bringing the state's total death toll to 3.565 so far. With more than 113.000 confirmed cases, New York continues to outpace every other state — though New Jersey has reported alarming spikes of its own recently and state officials across the country are enacting sweeping measures to try to slow the outbreak. 周六åQŒçº½¾U¦åˆå‡ºçŽ°äº†ä¸€¾pÕdˆ—令äh担忧的数字。据报道åQŒè‡ªä¸Šå‘¨äº”以来,已有630人死于COVID-19.使纽¾U¦å·ž˜q„今为止的æ€ÀL­»äº¡äh数达åˆ?565人。纽¾U¦ç¡®è¯Šç—…例超˜q?1.3万例åQŒç‘ô¾l­è¶…˜q‡å…¶ä»–所有州——ž®½ç®¡æ–°æ³½è¥¿å·žæœ€˜q‘也报告了ä×o人担忧的病例高峰åQŒå…¨å›½å„地的州政府官员正在采取全面措施,试图减缓疫情的蔓延ã€? Already, the U.S. has seen more confirmed cases of the virus than the next two countries combined, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. æ ÒŽ®¾U¦ç¿°éœæ™®é‡‘斯大学汇编的数据,¾ŸŽå›½¼‹®è¯Šçš„病例已¾lè¶…˜q‡äº†ç´§éšå…¶åŽçš„两个国家的æ€Õd’Œã€? And federal authorities have struggled to meet the demand for ventilators, which medical workers across the country need to treat a respiratory disease that often leaves patients gasping for breath. 联邦当局一直在努力满èƒö对呼吸机的需求,全国各地的医疗工作者都需要呼吸机来治疗一¿Uç»å¸¸è®©ç—…äh喘不˜q‡æ°”来的呼吸¾pȝ»Ÿç–„¡—…ã€? "The federal government says the stockpile [of ventilators] is about 10.000." Cuomo said Saturday, adding: "That's for the nation! So there's no place, there's no repository that is going to have everything that we need." “联邦政府è¯ß_¼Œ(呼吸æœ?的库存大¾U¦æ˜¯10000収ͼŒ”¿U‘莫星期六说åQŒåƈ补充è¯ß_¼š“那是国家çš?所以没有地方,没有储存库来储存我们需要的一切ã€?rdquo; That means states such as Oregon, which has so far seen a relatively lighter impact from the virus, may soon find themselves in need, as well. The New York governor said that also makes Oregon's ventilator donation — in addition to being a generous gesture — a smart one from the standpoint of Oregon's self-interest. ˜q™æ„å‘³ç€åƒä¿„勒冈州这样受病毒影响相对较轻的州åQŒå¯èƒ½å¾ˆå¿«ä¹Ÿä¼šå‘现自己需要帮助。这位纽¾U¦å·žå·žé•¿è¯ß_¼Œä»Žä¿„勒冈州自íw«åˆ©ç›Šçš„角度来看åQŒä¿„勒冈州的呼吸机捐赠除了是一个慷慨的姿态外åQŒè¿˜æ˜¯ä¸€ä¸ªæ˜Žæ™ºçš„丑֊¨ã€? "They see the fire spreading," Cuomo said, explaining the simple thought process: "Stop the fire where it is before it gets to my home." ¿U‘莫è¯?“他们看到火势(疫情)在蔓延ã€?rdquo;他解释了˜q™ä¸ª½Ž€å•çš„æƒÏx³•:“在火åŠ?疫情)蔓åšg到我家之前,先把它扑灭ã€?rdquo; ]]></description> </item><item><title>¾ŸŽå›½å† çŠ¶ç—…毒æ­ÖMº¡äººæ•°­‘…过8000äº?/title> <link>http://www.762801.live/show-500-469118-1.html</link> <description><![CDATA[US coronavirus death toll tops 8.000 ¾ŸŽå›½å† çŠ¶ç—…毒æ­ÖMº¡äººæ•°­‘…过8000äº? At least 1.324 deaths were reported in the United States on Saturday, the most coronavirus deaths reported in a single day thus far. At least 8.476 people have died nationwide and at least 311.301 people have been infected, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. White House experts earlier this week predicted at least 100.000 Americans could die from the virus, assuming residents strictly abide by federal social distancing guidelines. 据报道,周六¾ŸŽå›½è‡›_°‘æœ?324人死亡,是迄今äؓ止单日死亡äh数最多的冠状病毒。根据约¾˜°éœæ™®é‡‘斯大学汇¾~–的数据åQŒå…¨å›½è‡³ž®‘有8.476人死亡,臛_°‘æœ?11.301人感染。白宫专家本周早些时候预‹¹‹ï¼Œè‡›_°‘æœ?0万美国äh可能æ­ÖMºŽ˜q™ç§ç—…毒åQŒå‰ææ˜¯å±…民严格遵守联邦政府的社交距¼›Õd‡†åˆ™ã€? Health officials urged Americans to continue following social distancing guidelines, with Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases calling it "our most important tool." He pointed to Washington state, where social distancing measures appear to be paying off. 卫生官员敦促¾ŸŽå›½äººç‘ô¾l­éµå¾ªä¸Ž½C¾ä¼šä¿æŒè·ç¦»çš„指导方针,国家˜q‡æ•å’Œä¼ æŸ“病研究所的安东尼·¼›å¥‡åšå£«¿U°å…¶ä¸?ldquo;我们最重要的工å…?rdquo;。他以华盛顿州äؓ例,该州的保持社会距¼›ÀLŽªæ–½ä¼¼ä¹Žæ­£åœ¨å–得成效ã€? "I want to actually just plea ... to the American public, you know, as sobering and as difficult as this is, what we are doing is making a difference," Fauci said. "So we really need to continue to do that." “我只是想è¯äh±‚……对美国公众来è¯ß_¼Œä½ ä»¬çŸ¥é“åQŒå°½½Ž¡è¿™æ˜¯ä¸€ä»¶ä×oäºø™­¦é†’和困难的事情,但是我们正在做的事情正在扭è{格局åQ?rdquo;¼›å¥‡è¯´ã€?ldquo;所以我们真的需要ç‘ô¾l­è¿™æ ·åšã€?rdquo; Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, said the next two weeks will be crucial to flatten the curve. 白宫冠状病毒应对协调员黛博拉·æ¯”尔克斯博士è¯ß_¼Œæœªæ¥ä¸¤å‘¨ž®†æ˜¯ä½¿æ›²¾U¿å˜òq³çš„关键时期ã€? "This is the moment to not be going to the grocery store, not going to the pharmacy, but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe, and that means everybody doing the six-feet distancing, washing your hands," she said. 她说:“现在不是åŽÀL‚货店、去药店的时候,但是你要ž®½ä¸€åˆ‡åŠªåŠ›ä¿è¯ä½ çš„家人和朋友的安全,˜q™æ„å‘³ç€æ¯ä¸ªäººéƒ½è¦ä¿æŒå…­è‹±å°ºçš„距¼›»ï¼Œ‹z—手ã€?rdquo; States don't have adequate supplies, leaders warn 领导äºø™­¦å‘Šè¯´åQŒå„州没有èƒö够的供应 Several states have seen large jumps in their number of cases, including Louisiana, which reported 2.199 new cases Saturday, and New Jersey, which reported 4.331. 一些州的病例数量出çŽîCº†å¤§å¹…增长åQŒå…¶ä¸­èµ\易斯安那州周六报告了2199例新病例åQŒæ–°æ³½è¥¿å·žæŠ¥å‘Šäº†4331例ã€? But along with the rise in cases, some state leaders have said they're still missing vitals tools to combat the virus and slow it's spread. 但随着病例的增加,一些国安™¢†å¯égh表示åQŒä»–们仍然缺ž®‘对抗病毒和减缓病毒传播的重要工兗÷€? New York state, which has been desperately searching for ventilators, will receive 140 ventilators from Oregon, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday in a news conference. ¾U½çº¦å·žå·žé•¿ç§‘莫周六在新闻发布会上è¯ß_¼Œä¸€ç›´åœ¨æ‹¼å‘½å¯ÀL‰¾å‘¼å¸æœºçš„¾U½çº¦å·žå°†ä»Žä¿„勒冈州获å¾?40个呼吸机ã€? "This was unsolicited, but the 140 ventilators will make a difference," Cuomo said, adding the gesture was both "kind" and "smart." ¿U‘莫è¯?“˜q™æ˜¯ä¸ÕdŠ¨æä¾›çš„,ä½?40个呼吸器会有所帮助ã€?rdquo;他还补充è¯ß_¼Œ˜q™ä¸€ä¸‘ÖŠ¨æ—?ldquo;友好”å?ldquo;明智”ã€? "We're all in the same battle here," the governor said. "And the battle is stopping the spread of the virus." “我们在这里都处于同样的战斗中åQ?rdquo;州长说ã€?ldquo;˜q™åœºæˆ˜æ–—正在é˜ÀL­¢ç—…毒的传播ã€?rdquo; White House announces new guidelines 白宫宣布了新的指导方é’? People are now advised to wear cloth face coverings when in public, the White House announced Friday upon recommendation of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 在美国疾病控制与预防中心的徏议下åQŒç™½å®«äºŽå‘¨äº”宣布åQŒçŽ°åœ¨å¾è®®äh们在公共场合戴口¾|©ã€? "It's really going to be a voluntary thing," Trump said. "I'm not choosing to do it." 川普è¯?“˜q™å°†æ˜¯ä¸€ä»¶è‡ªæ„¿çš„事情ã€?ldquo;我没有选择˜q™ä¹ˆåšã€?rdquo; The President's announcement came days after a panel of experts advised the White House on new research that suggests coronavirus could be spread by talking and possibly even just breathing. ž®±åœ¨æ€È»Ÿç”µè§†å°å®£å¸ƒè¿™ä¸€æ¶ˆæ¯çš„几天前åQŒä¸€ä¸ªä¸“家小¾l„就一™åҎ–°çš„ç ”½I¶å‘白宫提出了徏议,˜q™é¡¹ç ”究表明åQŒå† çŠ¶ç—…毒可以通过谈话甚至仅仅是呼吸来传播ã€? New York has not yet reached the apex ¾U½çº¦˜q˜æ²¡æœ‰è¾¾åˆ°é¡¶ç‚? Several states have reported jumps in cases, including Louisiana, where there were nearly 12.500 cases -- a 21% increase -- and more than 400 deaths on Saturday, according to the Louisiana Department of Health. 据èµ\易斯安那州卫生部的数据,已有几个州报告病例出现激增,其中路易斯安那州上周六有˜q?.25万例病例åQŒå¢žòq…äؓ21%åQŒæ­»äº¡äh数超˜q?00人ã€? To deal with the influx of cases, officials are converting a New Orleans convention center into an emergency hospital. ä¸ÞZº†å¤„理大量涌入的病例,官员们正在把新奥ž®”良会议中心攚w€ æˆç´§æ€¥åŒ»é™¢ã€? "Look at the magnitude of this. We are still very much in this," Dr. Joseph Kanter, assistant state health officer for the department, said in a news conference. "In fact we haven't even hit halfway." “看看˜q™äšg事的重要性。我们仍焉™žå¸”R‡è§†è¿™ä¸€ç‚¹ï¼Œ”国务院助理州卫生官员¾U¦ç‘Ÿå¤?middot;坎特博士在新é—Õd‘布会上说ã€?ldquo;事实上,我们甚至˜q˜æ²¡èµ°åˆ°ä¸€åŠã€?rdquo; New York state has more than 113.000 cases, with more than 10.000 reported on Friday -- a "new high" -- Cuomo said Saturday. At least 3.565 people have died. ¿U‘莫周六表示åQŒçº½¾U¦å·žæœ‰è¶…˜q?1.3万例病例åQŒå‘¨äº”报告的病例­‘…过1万例åQŒåˆ›ä¸?ldquo;新高”。至ž®?565人死亡ã€? The state has yet to reach the peak of its curve, Cuomo told reporters, saying projections forecast the apex is between four and eight days away. 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