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2017年10月21日 20:21:26 | 作者:就医久久 | 来源:新华社
Imagine John Lennon spinning(旋转) in his grave.The ex-Beatle, who was murdered over 25 years ago, is the latest subject of a pay-per-view(按次数付费的) seance(降神会) arranged by the producers of a 2003 attempt to contact the dead Princess Diana. That show made money but was slammed(猛击) by critics as hitting a new low in television tastelessness(无鉴赏力,格调低俗)."People say this is disgusting and I accept that criticism, but we're making a serious attempt to do something that many, many millions of people around the world think is possible," said Paul Sharratt, who heads Starcast Productions, which made "The Spirit of Diana." That show drew over half a million U.S. viewers willing to pay .95 to watch it."I have to say that I'm a skeptic(怀疑论者,无神论者). I went into it very skeptically and I didn't come out a total believer, but it was good for a lot of people as a tribute(礼物,贡物) to Diana," Sharratt said.The Lennon show will air on April 24 on a pay-per-view channel and cost .95.Sharratt said he chose Lennon because the former Beatle, like Diana, is an icon and was also a deeply spiritual person.The program will show psychics(心灵学) traveling to sites of significance to the former Beatle, including New York's Dakota apartment house, where he lived and was fatally(致命的) shot by a deranged(疯狂的) fan just over 25 years ago.Psychics will also visit the Capitol Records Building in Los Angeles where the Beatles recorded, and a town in India where Lennon pursued a spiritual retreat(静思).Sharratt said the Indian sequence will feature a spirit er at an ashram(印度高僧静修处) who believes he can contact Lennon to receive musical notes and lyrics from the other side.Any notations will be flown to Los Angeles, where a composer will arrange the notes, add vocals and backgrounds to produce a new song.The special will culminate(达到顶点) as psychics, colleagues and confidantes(红粉知己) sit at a seance table for 30 minutes surrounded by infra-red(红外线) cameras that can capture any "presence" or spirit that enters the room. 想象约翰·列侬在坟墓中还在翻身会怎样?二十五年前被杀害的前甲壳虫乐队灵魂人物列侬将成为按次收费通灵会的主角。此次通灵会摄制组的制作人正是2003年试图通灵已逝戴安娜王妃的那位。戴安娜的通灵专题片赚了不少钱,却由于创电视欣赏品位新低而备受批评。制作《戴安娜之魂》的Starcast公司的老板保罗·沙拉特说:“人们说这种片子太恶心了,我接受他们的批评,但是我们的确很认真地在尝试一件世界上成百万人们都认为可能存在的事情。” 当时美国有五十多万人都愿意花14.95美元观看《戴安娜之魂》。沙拉特说:“我必须承认自己对通灵持怀疑态度。从一开始我就十分怀疑,现在也没有完全相信,但是至少这让很多热爱戴妃的人感到欣慰。”列侬的通灵会将在4月24日播出,按观看次数收费,每次9.95美元。沙拉特说他挑选列侬是因为他是前甲壳虫乐队成员,和戴妃一样,他也是历史上的标志性人物,同样具有深邃的精神世界。摄制组将跟随通灵专家们将前往列侬生前的一些重要场所,包括他在纽约达科生活的寓所。二十五年前,他也在这里被一位疯狂的歌迷用射死。通灵专家们还会去洛杉矶的国会录音大楼,因为甲壳虫乐队曾在那里录音。然后他们会去一个印度小镇,列侬曾在那里修身养性。沙拉特说印第安之行主要采访一位在阿什拉姆修行的精神解读者。这位高人说他能和列侬通话并获取列侬传给他的旋律和歌词。所有的音符都会传送给洛杉矶的一位作曲家,他将编辑这些音符、加入歌声和配乐,使之成为一首新歌。节目最精的部分将是通灵专家、列侬的同事、红颜知己围坐通灵桌旁长达三十分钟。其间红外摄像机随时捕捉进入房间的“东西”或者灵魂。 /200807/44205We know that science doesn#39;t have the answers to everything, but seeing that it#39;s 2015 and the future is almost here, there are some questions we really expected it to have answered by now.我们知道科学无法解释所有事情,但转眼都2015年啦,随着科学的进步,我们希望有些谜团能够尽快得到解释。以下就是十个我们期待早日弄清楚的谜团。10.How Does Turbulence Work?10.气流是如何形成的?Everyone has gone through a flight where the pilot asks you to tighten your seat belts because of excessive turbulence, but even though it is so important to things like air safety, we just have no idea how it works. It has perplexed scientists to such an extent that Einstein once famously said, “Before I die, I hope someone will clarify quantum physics for me. After I die, I hope God will explain turbulence to me.”相信每个人都有过在飞机上遇到强气流而被要求系上安全带的经历,知道气流的形成对航空安全十分重要,然而,遗憾的是至今无人知晓当中原理。不少科学家深陷谜团,连著名科学家爱因斯坦(Albert Einstein,1879-1955)也曾说过:希望在有生之年看到量子力学之谜被解开,而去世之后上帝可以向我解释气流的奥秘。The problem is aggravated by the fact that wherever the need to study turbulence arises—like in jet propulsion—chemical reactions take place alongside the high pressure and extreme conditions, which makes it difficult for researchers to study the exact conditions needed to produce turbulence. If somehow we could figure it out, it could be applied to a variety of uses since turbulence occurs everywhere in nature. Maybe one day we#39;d even be able to predict hurricanes or other natural disasters with accuracy, thus minimizing the damage and finally scoring one over nature.当解决问题更迫切,问题便更严峻。在研究喷射推进问题的实验中,化学反应需要在高压及极端条件下进行。如何能制造出这些条件呢?这是研究如何产生出气流的研究者们所要面对的又一大难题。由于气流在大自然中无处不在,如果人类研究出如何制造气流,将对很多领域做出重大贡献。人类亦可准确预测气流与其他自然灾害,抢先于自然将伤害减到最低。9.Why Do Cats Purr?9.为何猫会发出呼噜声?We#39;ve shown before that cats don#39;t always purr when they#39;re happy, but the mystery goes way deeper than that. There is no purring organ in the throat of a cat, and even though extensive research has been done on the function itself, the exact origin of the function in the anatomy of cats is still unknown.It#39;s theorized that they might do it by the constriction and dilation of the larynx, but no evidence has ever been provided to prove or disprove that theory. It was, however, found that the frequency of a cat#39;s purr falls somewhere in the range required to accelerate bone regeneration and healing, so it might just be a healing superpower that we had no idea even existed in the animal kingdom. That might also explain why we take it to be a happy sound, as the frequency is not just beneficial for the cat—it tends to make us happier as well.事实明,当猫心情愉悦时并不一定会发出呼噜声,但问题远远不止如此简单。在猫的喉咙里并没有发出呼噜声的器官,即使在发声功能上做了详细的研究调查,确切的发声器官在猫身体的哪个部位仍无从得知。从理论上来说,声音与喉咙结构和扩张有关,但并没有任何理论据来实这一说法。但有研究指出,猫发出呼噜声的频率可达到加快骨头再生或治愈所需的范围。因此,这一举动亦可解释为一种不被人所知的治愈魔力。这也解释了为何人们认为猫发出的呼噜声是一种开心的声音:这个频率不但对猫有好处,亦令人类感到心情愉悦。8.What Causes Hypnic Jerks?8.为什么会有入睡抽动?Often when we are about to fall asleep, we experience a kind of a falling sensation which causes us to wake up with a start. It happens to almost everybody, and the sensation is known as a hypnic jerk. It also sometimes happens when you tilt the chair you#39;re sitting on too far—somehow you can sense when you#39;re about to fall, and you wake up with a hypnic jerk. We really have no idea what causes them or whether they serve any modern purpose, but science has come up with some interesting theories.当我们将要进入睡眠状态时,常遇到一种要下坠的感觉,令我们突然惊醒。几乎每个人都有过这种经历,这就是我们所知道的“入睡抽动”。同样的感觉亦会发生在当你坐得离椅子太远,椅子倾斜而你感觉到快要从椅子上掉下去时,便会因为入睡抽动而突然惊醒。我们仍对造成入睡抽动的原因毫无头绪,亦不知其是否具有特定作用,但科学家提出了一些有趣的理论设想。One hypothesis suggests that our bodies developed this mechanism when we used to sleep on branches or high ground, and it was meant to help us avoid a fall. But there is no evidence to support it, and humans rarely slept on trees or precarious cliffs as a matter of habit. Other theories suggest that it happens because of the slowing down of the body#39;s processes when you fall asleep, but again, there are no scientific studies to support that claim either.其中一个设想是当我们睡在树干上或较高的地方时,入睡抽动令我们免于从高处跌落。但并没有据明此理论,而人类也没有睡在树上或者悬崖边的习惯。亦有理论猜测当人类进入睡眠状态,身体机能减缓,导致了入睡抽动。同样,此理论猜测也无从考究。7.How Exactly Do Magnets Work?7.磁铁的原理是什么?Magnetism is a widely observed phenomenon in our universe, but a lot of things about it remain unexplained. For example, why do particles charged with electricity create a magnetic field strong enough to physically move things from far away? And when they do, why exactly do they align themselves to two poles, north and south?磁力在我们生活中并不少见,但许多有关磁力的现象却无法解释。为何当微粒充电时,会产生一个足以使远处物体移动的强大磁场?此时,为何微粒会整齐地排列于南北两极?Explanations range from “it#39;s just one of those things” to particle movement at the quantum level, and MIT even has a whole laboratory dedicated to research on nothing but magnetism. We know that it#39;s happening, and we have a good idea of what exactly is happening, too—the particles align themselves in a way that adds up their charge in one direction, but it#39;s not very clear as to why the particles emit a magnetic field to start with. The fact that the Earth#39;s magnetic field is not well understood either further restricts our ability to understand magnetism.对此,众说纷纭。有人说磁力就是这么一回事,也有人说这是因为微粒按照量子能级来排序。为了解开谜团,麻省理工学院甚至设立了一个专门研究磁力的研究所。我们所知道的只是微粒排列的方式会使一方面电荷增强,而为何微粒首先会释放出磁场我们则一概不知。事实上,人类对地球磁场的认识有限,进一步限制了人类对磁力的研究。6.Why Do Giraffes Have Long Necks?6.为何长颈鹿的脖子那么长?Many may believe that only giraffes with long necks survived evolution because they had an advantage over the other, short-necked ones, but that#39;s not really true. Longer necks provide no particular advantage to giraffes because they care more about the type of leaf than the height at which it#39;s situated. If it#39;s confusing to you, science doesn#39;t have much of a clue either. There#39;s just no consensus on the exact conditions that would have caused long necks to be selected positively among giraffes.大多数人相信长颈鹿的长脖子是演变的结果,认为长脖子比短脖子的长颈鹿在生存上更有优势,但事实并非如此。长脖子并不具有明显的优势,长颈鹿在进食时更关注的是树叶的种类而不是树叶所在的高度。若然你对此持怀疑态度,科学亦无法对此做出解释,科学界亦并没有对长脖子是优胜劣汰的结果这一结论达成共识。One theory is that the giraffes developed long necks as a mating trait—in other words, it helped with the ladies—but there#39;s not much evidence to support that hypothesis. On the contrary, big, heavy necks, no matter how good they look, would be a definite disadvantage in the wild and are sure to die out at some point in the future. Another theory says that they had to develop long necks because of long legs, but again, that theory is based less on factual evidence and more on a scientist looking at a giraffe and guessing.有理论提出长脖子是长颈鹿的一种交配特征,换句话说,长脖子有助于雌性长颈鹿选择交配对象。但这只是一个没有依据的推论。相反,长脖子又大又笨重,即使外形美观,但只会给野外生存的长颈鹿带来劣势。因此长脖子这一特征终会消失。另外一个理论则指长颈鹿因为长腿的需要而演变出长脖子,这一理论更多是建立于科学家的猜想而非事实依据上。翻译:陈夏瑾 来源:前十网 /201508/395561Fears that almost all of Britain’s ash trees face annihilation may be exaggerated, according to a comprehensive genetic analysis of ash across the UK and Europe.根据在英国和欧洲大陆对白蜡树(ash tree)进行的全面遗传分析,有关英国几乎所有白蜡树都面临灭绝的担心可能被夸大了。The study, carried out by a collaboration of 12 academic research teams and published in Nature, found that British trees are more likely than their continental counterparts to carry genes that protect against ash dieback, a fungal infection with the potential to wipe out 90 per cent of the European ash population.这项研究由12个学术研究团队协同开展,结果发表于《自然》(Nature)杂志。研究发现,相比欧洲大陆的白蜡树,英国的白蜡树更有可能携带抵御白蜡树枯梢病(ash dieback)的基因;这是一种真菌感染,有可能杀死90%的欧洲白蜡树种群。“It’s an encouraging hint that things may not be as bad as we had feared,” said study leader Richard Buggs of Queen Mary University of London and Royal Botanic Gardens Kew.“这是一个令人鼓舞的消息,表明事情可能不像我们此前担心的那样糟糕,”伦敦大学玛丽皇后学院(Queen Mary University of London)和皇家植物园邱园(Royal Botanic Gardens Kew)的研究带头人理查德.巴格斯(Richard Buggs)表示。“But these are preliminary indications and I wouldn’t want to see government policy on ash dieback shaped by the research until we have more evidence for the susceptibility of British trees.”“但这些都是初步迹象,在我们有更多据表明英国白蜡树的易感性之前,我不想看到针对白蜡树枯梢病的政府政策受到此项研究的影响。”The encouraging news comes from the discovery of a link between reduced susceptibility to ash dieback and lower levels of plant chemicals called iridoid glycosides. Most British ash trees produce less of these compounds than continental ones, the genetic analysis suggests.这一令人鼓舞的消息源于这样一个发现:较低的白蜡树枯梢病易感性与较低水平的植物化学物质“环烯醚萜苷类”(iridoid glycosides)之间存在关联。遗传分析似乎表明,相比欧洲大陆的白蜡树,多数英国白蜡树生成的这类化合物较少。Mr Buggs said the findings might explain why ash dieback has not sp as rapidly in the UK as feared in 2012 when the fungus first arrived from continental Europe. “Most of our early models were based on the Danish experience,” he said.巴格斯表示,这些研究结果可能解释了为什么2012年白蜡树枯梢病从欧洲大陆传播至英国时,没有像人们担心的那样快速传播。“我们使用的多数初期模型都是基于丹麦的经验,”他说。The disease causes trees to lose their leaves and eventually die. It has killed millions of plants in eastern and northern Europe since reaching Poland in 1992. Young trees die fast while mature ash often take several years to succumb.这种疾病会导致白蜡树落叶,最终枯萎而死。自1992年传播至波兰以来,它已在东欧和北欧杀死了数以百万计的白蜡树。幼树很快死亡,而成年白蜡树往往在几年后死亡。“Plants use a vast range of chemicals to defend against fungal attack, and the primary objective [of the project] was to identify differences which could be used to screen young ash trees and choose the best ones for replanting,” said co-author Murray Grant of the University of Warwick. “Our findings underline the need for further research to ensure that we select ash trees resilient to present and future threats.”“植物利用多种多样的化学物质来抵御真菌侵袭,(该项目的)主要目标是识别差异,以便筛选幼树,挑选出最佳的树进行补种,”研究报告联名作者、华威大学(University of Warwick)的默里.格兰特(Murray Grant)表示。“我们的研究结果突显了进一步研究的需要,以确保我们筛选出对当前乃至未来的威胁具有抵抗力的白蜡树。”While the genetic analysis is encouraging news for the fungal resistance of British ash, it may have a downside, too. Iridoid glycosides help to protect plants against insect pests, so low levels could make the British trees more vulnerable to the other big threat to European ash, a beetle called the emerald ash borer.虽然遗传分析在英国白蜡树的真菌抗性上带来了令人鼓舞的消息,但它也可能意味着一个弱点。环烯醚萜苷类有助于保护植物免受虫害,因此这类化合物的含量较低可能使英国白蜡树在另一大威胁——一种被称为白蜡窄吉丁(emerald ash borer)的甲虫——面前更为脆弱。The beetle has devastated vast tracts of ash in North America and is sping westward from Russia into Europe. Although emerald ash borer has not reached the UK, arboriculturists fear its arrival is just a matter of time.这种甲虫在北美摧毁了大量白蜡树,并正从俄罗斯向西扩散,直扑欧洲。虽然白蜡窄吉丁尚未抵达英国,但树木栽培者担心,它们的到来只是一个时间问题。 /201612/485706

Investors knocked bn off Samsung Electronics’s market capitalisation in a single morning, after regulators and aviation authorities issued warnings about the safety of its latest flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 7.在监管部门和航空管理部门就三星电子(Samsung Electronics)最新旗舰智能手机Galaxy Note 7的安全性发布警告后,投资者在一个上午之内就将该公司的市值抹去了140亿美元。Shares of the world’s largest smartphone maker dropped 7.2 per cent to Won1,462,000 in early Asian trading on Monday, cutting some Won16tn from the company’s market value.周一亚洲早盘交易时段,这家全球最大智能手机制造商的股价一度下跌7.2%,至每股146.2万韩元,将该公司市值抹去约16万亿韩元。The South Korean company at the weekend urged customers to stop using the Note 7 device and to bring them to a service centre to be replaced, as more reports of batteries catching fire emerged. 随着有关Note 7电池起火的报道越来越多,这家韩国公司在上周末敦促用户不要再使用Note 7、并将它们拿到务中心进行更换。It had aly announced a global recall on September 2.三星已在9月2日宣布要在全球召回Note 7。Most analysts had initially expected the recall to cost Samsung Won1tn-Won1.5tn in lost revenues, but they now fear a bigger impact on the company due to the recall costing Samsung an opportunity to steal a march on Apple’s launch of the iPhone 7. 多数分析师一开始曾预期此次召回将令三星损失1万亿至1.5万亿韩元收入,但他们现在担心该公司受到的打击要更大一些,因为此次召回令三星抢在苹果(Apple)发布iPhone 7之前发售新品的机会付之东流。CW Chung, analyst at Nomura, said the recall was aly taking a toll on Samsung’s third-quarter earnings at its mobile division.野村(Nomura)分析师CW Chung表示,此次召回已开始对三星移动部门第三季度利润造成损失。US aviation regulators warned on Thursday that the Note 7 should not be used or packed on flights, followed by similar warnings from some airlines. 美国航空管理部门上周四警告称,Note 7不得在飞机上使用,也不得托运,一些航空公司后来也发出了类似的警告。The US Consumer Product Safety Commission also issued a warning after three dozen of the phones burst into flames since their release last month. 美国消费品安全委员会(US Consumer Product Safety Commission)也就这个问题发出了警告。自上月发布以来,已有逾30部Note 7突然起火。Sentiment is worsening as regulators issue warnings and problems continue even after the recall, said Mr Chung. Chung表示:随着监管部门发出警告、而且召回之后问题依旧存在,市场情绪在不断恶化。The fallout seems bigger than expected as Samsung has to deal with not just the direct recall expenses but also some opportunity costs.后续影响似乎比预期的要大,三星不仅要承担召回的直接开销,还要承担一些机会成本。 /201609/466009

Amazon will begin testing aerial drones in UK suburbs and rural areas through a partnership with the UK government, the first time the ecommerce company has won permission to operate its vehicles under such flexible conditions.亚马逊(Amazon)将通过与英国政府合作,开始在英国郊区和农村地区测试无人机送货,这是这家电商企业首次获得批准,可以在如此灵活的条件下操作无人机。Amazon’s drone programme, known as Prime Air, has been working since 2013 on developing aerial vehicles that can deliver packages directly to customers’ houses. However, the programme has encountered red tape and shifting airspace rules, particularly in the US, and has not launched commercially in any country.亚马逊的无人机计划名为“Prime Air”,在2013年启动,致力于开发能够直接将包裹快递到客户家中的空中交通工具。然而,该计划遭遇了繁琐的手续以及空域规定的不断变化,尤其是在美国,迄今还没有在任何国家投入商业化运营。The tests in the UK mark a breakthrough for Amazon as it is allowed to fly drones outside pilots’ line of sight, a key step in testing the vehicles’ sensors. Amazon pilots will also be able to fly multiple drones at one time.英国的测试标志着亚马逊的一项突破,亚马逊无人机被允许在操作员视线范围以外飞行,这是测试无人机传感器的关键步骤。亚马逊的无人机操作员还可以同时操作多架无人机。The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority said it would be involved in the work, and that the tests would help it to craft its future policies.英国民航局(Civil Aviation Authority)表示,将参与测试,而这些测试将有助于其制定未来政策。The UK’s current rules forbid drones to be flown outside a pilot’s line of sight, but those rules could be evolving.英国目前的规定禁止无人机在操作员视线范围外飞行,但这些规定可能在演变。“These tests by Amazon help inform our policy and future approach,” said Tim Johnson, CAA policy director. “We want to enable the innovation that arises from the development of drone technology.”“亚马逊的这些测试将有助于为我们的政策和未来方针提供依据,”英国民航局政策总监蒂姆#8226;约翰逊(Tim Johnson)表示,“我们希望为无人机技术引发的创新创造条件。”Drones have become contentious in some countries because of concerns over privacy — many high-end drones have cameras — and over security if they were used to deliver drugs or guns.在一些国家,由于对隐私(很多高级无人机配备摄像头)以及安全(无人机有可能被用来快递毒品或)的担忧,无人机一直备受争议。A key focus of Amazon’s research has been the “sense and avoid” technology that allows its drones to perceive obstacles. The drones are typically designed to fly at less than 400 feet and carry packages that weigh less than five pounds.亚马逊研究的一个关键重点是让无人机识别障碍物的“感知与规避”技术。无人机的设计飞行高度通常不到400英尺,可携带重量不到5磅的包裹。 /201607/456961

Why did humans evolve to walk upright?Why did humans evolve to walk upright? Perhaps because it's just plain easier. Make that "energetically less costly," in science-speak.Bipedalism - walking on two feet - is one of the defining characteristics of being human, and scientists have debated for years how it came about. In the latest attempt to find an explanation, researchers trained five chimpanzees to walk on a tmill while wearing masks that allowed measurement of their oxygen consumption.The chimps were measured both while walking upright and while moving on their legs and knuckles. That measurement of the energy needed to move around was compared with similar tests on humans and the results are published in this week's online edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.It turns out that humans walking on two legs use only one-quarter of the energy that chimpanzees use while knuckle-walking on four limbs. And the chimps, on average, use as much energy using two legs as they did when they used all four limbs.However, there was variability among chimpanzees in how much energy they used, and this difference corresponded to their different gaits and anatomy.One of the chimps used less energy on two legs, one used about the same and the others used more, said David Raichlen, assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Arizona."What we were surprised at was the variation," he said in a telephone interview. "That was pretty exciting, because when you talk about how evolution works, variation is the bottom line, without variation there is no evolution."Walking on two legs freed our arms, opening the door to manipulating the world, Raichlen said. "We think about the evolution of bipedalism as one of first events that led hominids down the path to being human."The research was supported by the National Science Foundation and the L. S. B. Leakey Foundation. 人类为何进化到了直立行走的姿态?可能这是因为直立行走要容易得多。用科学术语来说,直立行走能“节省能量”。用两条腿走路是人类的基本特征之一,多年来,科学家们在这一特征的形成问题上一直争论不休。在这项最新研究中,研究人员让五只大猩猩戴着可测算氧气消耗量的面罩在跑步机上行走。研究人员对大猩猩在直立行走和四肢着地行走时消耗的氧气量分别进行了测量,并将结果与人类的进行了对比。这些结果在本周《国家科学院院刊》的网络版上公布。测算结果表明,人类用两条腿行走时消耗的能量仅为大猩猩四肢着地行走时所消耗能量的四分之一。平均来看,大猩猩两条腿行走时消耗的能量与四肢着地行走时的差不多。但行走时消耗能量的多寡在这些大猩猩中也存在差异。这与它们不同的步法和解剖学特征有关。亚利桑那大学的人类学副教授大卫·里奇伦说:“其中一只大猩猩用两条腿行走时消耗的能量较少,还有一只两种行走方式消耗的能量相同。其余的两条腿行走时消耗的能量较多。”他在接受一个电话采访时说:“让我们感到惊讶的是变异。这十分令人兴奋,因为变异在进化过程中起着关键性作用。没有变异,就不会有进化。”里奇伦说,双腿走路解放了我们的双臂,为我们主宰世界打开了大门。“双腿直立行走的进化是原始人向人类进化的最初阶段中的一步。”该研究是由美国国家科学基金会和L. S. B. 李基基金会提供持的。 /200808/46206

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