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Anything that promises no risk or looks incredibly complicated is to be avoided. Watch out for investments that are not independently audited. Your money should be held separately from the brokerage accounts, an independent custodian should ___(4)___ manage it. Beware any advisor who won't let you access your account online or has difficulty taking money out of your account.If you do get scammed, there are a lot of places to file a complaint. The Securities and Exchange Commission is a place to start at SEC.gov. Contact your state Attorney General's office and FINRA.org, the regulatory agency for financial advisors. A good first step and a preemptive move: ___(5)___ a money manager you are thinking of hiring on FINRA. There you will find whether your advisor has gotten into trouble in the past.For CNNMoney.com, I'm Gerri Willis.填空 :1.accused of 2.kinds of 3.red flags 4.be appointed to 5.check out 隐藏03/64005遵义九龙医院治疗阳痿没黑咧Scientists are putting a modern spin on a cancer treatment that goes back to antiquity. It's heat therapy, which is getting a new look with the help of microscopic particles of gold.科学家们正在利用一种古代技术来治疗癌症。在纳米技术的协助下,热疗发挥出新的作用。Cancer treatments usually involve powerful drugs or radiation. But heating up the tumor — hyperthermia — can also be part of the therapy.癌症治疗通常需要采用强力药物或者是放疗技术。但是,给肿瘤加热,或者称肿瘤热疗,也可以作为治疗的一部分。"Hyperthermia is an old technology ... first recorded in papyrus by the Egyptians, I believe. It's the first known treatment of breast cancer," says Jeffrey Rosen of the Baylor College of Medicine in Texas. "The idea is that as you raise temperature, you induce a heat shock in cells, and that this makes them more susceptible to the damage caused by chemotherapy and radiation."“这种治疗是通过加热,让癌细胞对化疗和放疗带来的破坏更敏感。”Rosen has just published new research on how some new materials can help harness the potential of hyperthermia for cancer treatment.罗森医生最近发表了一份新的研究报告,介绍一些新物质如何能让热疗医治癌症变得更安全。One problem in using heat against cancers is that it can damage surrounding, healthy tissue. Rosen says that microscopic particles of gold — nanoparticles — can be injected into the body to make sure the heat gets to the right place. 用热疗治疗癌症有一个问题,那就是,它会伤害到周围健康的细胞组织。罗森医生表示,可以把被称为“纳米颗粒”的微粒黄金,注射进身体中,以确保热源直接进入正确的部位。"The gold nanoparticles have this ability to be activated by near-infrared lasers so that they can be heated quite rapidly," he says.他说:“黄金纳米颗粒可以被近红外线激光激活,从而非常迅速地被加热。”201011/117428遵义市汇川区九龙医院好不好不存在黑人呗US Stocks Down; Economists Warn Lawmakers on Recession美股市经过一周动荡周五再跌低谷 U.S. stocks suffered another drop Friday after a volatile week, amid continuing investor concerns about the U.S. economic situation and signs of a global recession. U.S. lawmakers heard testimony about difficulties Americans are having finding jobs in the weakened economy, as well as new warnings about recession. 星期五,美国股票市场在经过了一个星期的动荡之后,再次落入低谷;投资人仍然担心美国的经济局势以及全球经济衰退的迹象。美国国会就人们在经济疲软的情况下找工作难、以及经济衰退的一些新的迹象等问题,举行听会。Trading on Wall Street was in negative territory throughout the day following declines in Asian and European markets. 亚洲和欧洲股市下跌后,星期五一整天,华尔街股市都在下跌。Analysts attributed global point losses to concerns that a worldwide downturn will hurt corporate profits. 分析人士将世界各地股市滑落的现象归咎于投资者对全球经济衰退给公司的盈利带来的负面影响的关切。After earlier drops in European markets of between four and six percent, and on Asian markets of more than eight percent, the key Dow Jones index ended the day Friday down 312 points. 欧洲股市早些时候下跌了4%到6%、亚洲股市下跌了8%以上,美国的道琼斯指数星期五股市收盘的时候下跌了312点。This week, the U.S. economy has been shaken by new data on increasing home foreclosures, although one key indicator on home resales was up more than five percent in September from the previous month.  这个星期,又有新的数据显示,美国人交不起房屋贷款、被迫将住房交给拍卖的情况愈加严重,威胁到经济的总体形势。但是另一方面,一个关键的数据显示,九月份的房屋再销售比一个月前,上升了5%还多。Although the U.S. Congress is formally not in session, a congressional committee heard testimony about job losses, in which ten million Americans are unemployed, including two million for more than six months. 尽管美国国会目前还没有正式复会,但一个委员会还是召开了有关失业问题的听会。目前,美国的失业人数达到了一千万,其中两百万人失业的时间长达六个月以上。"There is a realization that recession is setting in and that is likely to be long, it is likely to be deep, and it is going to be global," said Democratic Congressman George Miller, who chairs the House Labor Committee. 民主党国会议员乔治·米勒是众议院劳工委员会的主席。他说:“大家都意识到现在开始进入经济衰退时期,而且可能持续很长一段时间,深入到各个层面,并涉及全球各地。”The session included testimony from one unemployed American, Dana Stevens of New Jersey. "We have used up almost all of our savings just to continue to pay the mortgage. We have just enough savings left to scrape by on our December payment. After that, I don't know what we will do if I can't find a job." 来自美国新泽西州的一位名叫史蒂文斯的失业人士在听会上做了发言。他说:“为了偿付买房贷款,我们已经差不多花光了所有的储蓄,现在就剩下刚刚够付12月份的贷款的钱了,在那以后,我要是再找不到工作,真就不知道该怎么办了。”Ron Blackwell, chief economist for the U.S. trade federation AFL-CIO, and economics professor Robert Pollin of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, warned of recession and its impact on the U.S. economy: 美国劳联产联的首席经济学家布莱克威尔、以及麻萨诸塞州立大学Amherst分校的经济学教授波林也出席了这次听会,并且都警告说会出现衰退,他们谈到衰退对经济的影响。"BLACKWELL: In my judgment we are clearly in the early stages of a potentially very serious recession, that will likely be as deep as anything we have experienced in a generation, last longer than most, and one which is rapidly becoming global in scope. 布莱克威尔说:“在我看来,很清楚,我们目前处于可能是非常严重的经济衰退时期的早期阶段。这次经济衰退很可能是20多年来最严重的,持续的时间会很长,而且正在迅速地遍及全球。”POLLIN: It is imperative to take action now to combat what is quickly metastasizing into a general economic crisis off of the financial crisis, that is a general crisis with respect to jobs, private business."  波林教授说:“现在必须立即采取措施,来应对由金融危机引发的总体经济危机,这是牵扯到就业问题、牵扯到私营企业运转的总体性危机。”President Bush has invited leaders of wealthy nations and the heads of major developing economies to a summit next month that will focus on the global financial crisis. 另一方面,美国总统布什邀请了发达国家和主要发展中国家的领导人下个月到华盛顿,就全球金融危机,召开多国首脑会议。200810/54015U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says differences remain, but the ed States and China made progress in high-level talks this week in Beijing. U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says China has taken steps to modify a controversial policy that was a source of growing concern among U.S. and other international businesses, and a key issue American officials raised during the Strategic and Economic Dialogue.Business leaders have complained a new Chinese policy named "indigenous innovation" makes it difficult for foreign companies to compete in the country. The policy gives advantages to companies bidding for government contracts that conduct their research and development in China and patent their innovations here. "And we welcome the progress we achieved to provide a more level playing field for American firms exporting to China and operating in China," said Geithner. Geithner said officials from both countries would be holding a series of talks to address remaining concerns in the coming weeks and months. He also welcomed China's commitment to submit a revised offer to join a World Trade Organization agreement by July that sets standards for international access to government contracts. He welcomed its commitments to reduce barriers to foreign investment in services, high-tech goods, energy saving products and high-end manufacturing. "This is progress," he added. "It does not fully resolve our concerns, but it gives us a set of basic principles to move forward."The two sides also agreed to work to develop China's vast natural gas capacity.U.S. and Chinese officials both spoke about how their cooperation is important to helping stabilize the world's recovery from the global financial crisis.They noted that while there is promising improvement in the pace of growth in China and the ed States, they would also work together to support efforts to help countries in Europe with the challenges they face.Vice Premier Wang Qishan said the second round of strategic and economic talks with officials from the Obama administration was a success and that both sides had in-depth discussions and reached agreements.Wang says that as the biggest developing country and biggest developed country, the mutual economic relationship of the ed States and China is having an impact on the entire world.The two sides did not make any additional comments regarding requests from Chinese officials for Washington to put an end to curbs on "dual use" high-tech exports that have possible military applications.The ed States is reviewing its export control policy and is expected to announce changes to the policy in the next few months.China did not make any additional statements regarding its currency policy, which has been a persistent issue. On Monday, Chinese President Hu Jintao stressed China would continue with the gradual reform of its currency, the yuan, but at its own pace.为期两天的美中战略与经济对话在北京落下了帷幕。美国财政部长盖特纳说,在这次对话中,双方的分歧依然存在,但同时也取得了进展。 盖特纳指出,中国已经采取行动修改引起争议的“自主创新”政策,正是这个政策引起美国和其他国际企业对中国的商业环境日益感到担心。在这次美中战略与经济对话中,美国官员特别提出了这个关键性问题。商业领袖一直抱怨说,中国政府提出的自主创新和政府采购政策使外国公司在中国难以竞争,因为这个政策对于那些在中国国内进行研究开发和申请专利的企业在向政府采购项目投标时给予特殊优惠。盖特纳财长说:“我们对于这次取得的进展表示欢迎,这将为那些向中国出口产品和在中国经营的美国公司提供一个更加公平的竞争环境。”盖特纳表示,在今后的几个星期和几个月中,两国官员将举行一系列会谈来解决遗留问题。中国在对话中做出承诺,将在7月份向世界贸易组织提交一份经过修改的申请加入政府采购协定的意向书,盖特纳财长对此表示欢迎。政府采购协定是世界贸易组织的诸边贸易协议(Plurilateral Trade Agreement)之一,只有签约国才有义务执行其中规定的关于政府采购的国际准入标准。盖特纳还欢迎中国决心减少针对外国公司向中国务业、高科技产品、节能产品和高端制造业领域投资的贸易壁垒。 他说:“这是进步。尽管这没有完全解决我们所关注的问题,但是却向我们提供了一套向前迈进的基本原则。” 双方还同意在能源领域加强和扩大合作。 美中两国官员在讲话中都强调了相互合作对于帮助全球经济摆脱金融危机走向复苏的重要性。 他们指出,尽管中国和美国的经济增长步伐都出现了可喜的改善迹象,但是两国还需要携手合作帮助欧洲国家克他们所面对的挑战。 中国国务院副总理王歧山说,第二轮美中战略与经济对话是成功的,双方进行了深入的讨论,并且达成了共识。 他说:“中美作为最大的发展中国家和发达国家,相互之间的经济关系已经超越双边范畴,具有全球影响。” 尽管中国官员要求华盛顿结束对军民两用高科技产品的出口限制,但是对话结束时,双方都没有就此发表进一步的。 美国正在重新评估对华高科技产品出口控制政策,预计将在几个月后宣布针对这一政策的修改。 中国没有就其汇率政策发表任何新的声明,尽管这是一个长期以来挥之不去的问题。不过,在这次美中战略与经济对话的第一天,中国国家主席胡锦涛强调,中国将按照主动性、可控性、渐进性原则,稳步推进人民币汇率形成机制改革。201005/104826遵义治疗早泄最专业的医院

遵义九龙医院治疗前列腺炎不存在的黑心骗子坑人唻遵义桐梓县治疗前列腺炎哪家医院最好Obama, McCain Make Appeals to Undecided Voters奥巴马欲保领先 麦凯恩力争反弹 Democrat Barack Obama is trying to hold his lead in the U.S. presidential race in the final days, while Republican John McCain is looking for anything that might give him a last-minute bump in the polls. Presidential campaign that has only five days remaining. 离美国总统大选投票仅有5天了, 民主党候选人奥巴马试图在竞选的最后几天保持他的领先优势。与此同时,共和党参议员麦凯恩正在寻找任何能够让他在最后一分钟的民调中反弹的机会。As the 2008 presidential campaign begins to draw to a close, most of the battles are being fought in states that have generally voted Republican in recent years, and that is an advantage for Senator Barack Obama. 随著2008年总统竞选活动即将落下帷幕,大多数的选战集中在近年来作为共和党票仓的几个州。这对于参议员奥巴马来说正是求之不得。Obama campaigned Thursday in Florida, where polls show he is in a close race with Senator McCain. 奥巴马周四在佛罗里达州竞选,那里的民调显示,他和参议员麦凯恩不分伯仲。Republicans generally count on Florida as a must-win state in the state-by-state battle to accumulate the 270 electoral votes necessary to claim the White House. 共和党人普遍指望,要想在逐州的征战中积累270张选举人票问鼎白宫,佛罗里达州是一个势在必得的州。Obama told a rally that President Bush has driven the U.S. economy into a ditch, and that Republican John McCain would keep it there if he won. 奥巴马对一个集会说,布什总统让美国经济陷入低谷,而且共和党参议员麦凯恩如果当选,美国经济将继续陷在里面。Obama also accused McCain of offering little more than attacks in the final days of the campaign.  奥巴马还指责麦凯恩在最后几天的选战活动中除了加强攻击之外玩不出别的花样。If you don't have a record to run on, then you paint your opponent as somebody people should be afraid of," Obama said. "You make big elections about small things. Well, Florida, we are here to say, not this time. Not this year. Not with so much at stake. John McCain might be worried about losing an election, but I'm worried about you losing your job and losing your house!" 奥巴马说:“如果你没有什么功绩来竞选,那么你只好把你的对手刻划成一个人们应该感到恐惧的人。你让一些枝微末节的小事来冲淡了这场重大的选举。那么,佛罗里达,我们在这里说,这次不能如此。今年不能再如此。我们有太多的利害攸关。约翰·麦凯恩可能担心的是他会失去选举,但我担心你失去你的工作,失去你的房子!”Obama was back on the campaign trail one day after campaigning with former President Bill Clinton, and after spending millions of dollars to air a 30-minute prime time ad on several national TV networks. 在奥巴马恢复巡回竞选的前一天,他和美国前总统比尔·克林顿一起参加竞选集会,并花费数百万美元在数个全国性电视网络购买了30分钟的黄金时间作竞选广告。Republican John McCain meanwhile is running short of time, money and possibly support in the final days of the campaign. 共和党参议员麦凯恩在竞选方面时间已经不够,金钱也短缺,在最后几天内可能也缺乏持。McCain looked for a pre-election revival at a rally Thursday in the appropriately named town of Defiance, Ohio. No Republican has ever won the presidency without winning Ohio, going back to Abraham Lincoln in 1860. 麦凯恩上个星期四在俄亥俄州迪法因市举行竞选集会试图重振旗鼓。这个城镇的名字翻成中文就是“抗争”,这和麦凯恩竞选活动的现状非常贴切。没有任何一位共和党总统可以在不赢俄亥俄州的情况下当选总统,这可以追溯到1860年林肯进行竞选的情况。Like Obama, McCain kept his focus on the economy and continued his attack on Obama's tax plan, which he said would amount to a redistribution of wealth from rich to poor.  和奥巴马一样,麦凯恩也把竞选的重点放在经济上,他并且继续攻击奥巴马的税收计划,他说,奥巴马的经济计划等于是劫富济贫。"Senator Obama is running to be 'redistributionist in chief'," McCain said. "I'm running to be commander in chief! Senator Obama is running to sp the wealth. I'm running to create more wealth!" 麦凯恩说:“参议员奥巴马竞选是要当重新分配财富的司令。我竞选是要当美国军队总司令!奥巴马参议员竞选是为了散发财富。我竞选是为了创造更多的财富!”McCain also attacked Obama on foreign policy, saying the Illinois senator lacks what it takes to protect the country from terrorists. 麦凯恩还攻击奥巴马的外交政策。他说,这位伊利诺伊州的参议员不知道需要采取哪些措施来保护美国免受恐怖分子的攻击。McCain continues to trail Obama by an average of about six points in national polls. Obama also leads McCain or is tied with him in several key states that will provide the margin of victory on Tuesday. 麦凯恩在全国民调中继续落后奥巴马平均约6个百分点。奥巴马也在下星期二投票选举中能够产生胜差的几个关键州和麦凯恩并驾齐驱。However, Obama's lead in some states like Virginia and Indiana may be narrowing. 然而,奥巴马的领先优势在维吉尼亚和印地安那等州可能正在缩小。American University presidential historian Allan Lichtman says McCain could help himself with undecided voters by returning to the more moderate tone of his first presidential campaign eight years ago. "I think he can make some headway," Lichtman said. "I don't think he can turn around the election. But my advice to Senator McCain is fire the consultants, fire the handlers, fire the speechwriters. Get rid of them all and spend the rest of the campaign being the McCain you were in 2000." Meanwhile, McCain's vice presidential running mate, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, is hinting that she intends to remain active in national politics win or lose on Election Day.Palin was asked on A's Good Morning America if she was bothered by the sharp criticism she has received from the Democrats. "I think that if I were to give up and wave a white flag of surrender against some of the political shots that we have taken, I'm not doing this for naught! No, we are going to progress," Palin said. "We are going to keep going forward. So, it is all worth it and I'm not complaining about any of it." Palin has energized social conservatives but alienated some moderates who question her iness to be president should something happen to John McCain, who is 72, and would be the oldest person ever elected to a first term as president.200810/54599Running shoes are carefully designed to cushion your feet and provide arch support and padding and all that stuff. Run without shoes and you’ll tear up your foot on rocks and pebbles. But studies have shown that running shoes can do more harm than good. When you run wearing shoes, you tend to land on your heels. Somehow, that’s what most running shoes make us do. But run barefoot, and you’ll naturally land on the balls of your feet. Striking the ground this way is less forceful than landing on your heel. So it’s likely that running barefoot may reduce injuries to the knee and lower back.【生词注释】cushion v. 缓冲 arch support 置于足穹部的鞋衬padding n.衬垫tear up 撕破;撕碎barefoot adj. 赤脚的跑鞋经过仔细设计用来缓冲脚的压力,并提供置于足穹部的鞋衬和衬垫。不穿鞋在岩货石鹅卵石上跑步,你的脚会被撕破。但是最近研究表明跑鞋带来的危害大于益处。当你穿鞋子跑步时,你会倾向用脚后跟着地。某种程度上,大多数跑鞋都会使我们那样做。但是光脚跑步,你会自然地用脚掌前部着地。这样着地远比用脚后跟着地带来的冲力小。光脚跑步可能会减少膝盖和背部下部受到的伤害。201110/159196遵义市汇川区九龙医院治疗早泄没有的啊骗子Apple beyond Steve Jobs The CEO is the heart and soul of Apple Inc. yet he's got a deep management bench from which to choose his eventual successor Apple is undoubtedly one of the most secretive company in the American, may be in the world. There are two secrets that people really want to know the answer to about the Apple right now.One is what is the status of Steve job's health. He had a treatable form of pancreatic cancer four years ago. He says he is got it beaten, but he isn't giving any more details. And he looks thin and gone, and that's got people concerned about his health.The second secret people want to know the answer too is who would replace Steve Jobs. If he would step down the CEO. The most logical candidate is the chief operating officer of Apple, an executive named \ Tim Cook. Not a lot is known about him, he is 48 years old. He is an operations expert. He spent many years at IBM, and He makes the chains run on time at Apple.He is health from fittness enough.He loves the cycle and hike and he is a big fan of Auburn football where he went to school.But it’s not a foregone conclusion that Cook would succeed Jobs. There are other prominent Apple executives who people talk about including Jonathan Cohnthe head of design, Ryan Janson the head of Apple retail stores. And Peter Oppenhemier the company's chief finance officer. None of those candidates however has the same combination of technical engineering chops and business acumen that Cook has.Of course it’s also possible the Apple board could go outside and get somebody completely outside of Apple,but remember before Steve Job's came back to Apple in 1997,the board had gone to an outsider, that didn't work out so well.200811/55958遵义九龙男科割包皮

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