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猪流感的迅速蔓延使得许多人“谈猪色变”。我们一起来看怎么做好预防工作世界卫生组织25日对在墨西哥造成至少20人死亡的新型猪流感病毒表示“非常担心”,认为这种病毒明显带有转化成流行性病毒的潜在可能。何为猪流感?有何预防措施?沪江听力搜集外媒热点,帮你打消疑虑。让专家来告诉你该怎么做。What You Need to Know About Swine FluWhat many people do not realize is that the flu is generally a much more serious illness than most people appreciate. Even the "typical" flu season results in 36,000 American deaths each year, according to CDC statistics.The swine flu is a type of influenza virus usually found in pigs. The most common version is H1N1, and the current virus causing concern is a new variation of that virus. Swine flu does not typically pass to humans directly, but such transmission can occur. The current swine flu virus concerns health experts because it has shown the ability to pass from human to human.When a person gets the swine flu virus, it takes 48 hours before the infected person actually begins to feel ill."It takes time for the virus to get down and start to create an illness. That interval between exposure and onset of illness is called the incubation period. The virus hasn't manigested itself," Schaffner said.Once a person becomes ill, they can stay that way for anywhere from 48 hours to seven days. So far, in the ed States, the cases of swine flu have been mild.There is no vaccination for the swine flu system. U.S. and WHO officials said they are beginning work on a vaccine, but that could take months to develop.Two prescription anti-viral drugs -- Tamiflu and Relenza -- have proved effective in combating the swine flu virus in victims in the ed States. The Obama administration has released 12.5 million courses of the country's stockpile of 50 million courses of Tamiflu.Health officials and doctors don't recommend people go to the hospital if they are experiencing flu-like symptoms. Rather, they should contact their doctor.Doctors recommend getting rest and drinking plenty of fluids, and using Tylenol and Advil, which have proven effective for flu symptoms.Doctors recommend "self-quarantine" for those inflicted with the influenza, so that it does not sp to others. If children are sick, they should not be sent to school. For adults, they should stay away from their workplaces and maintain as much distance as possible from others. Travel on buses or airplanes is not recommended.Doctors say it is only natural for flus to sp in places like schools, where there is a lot of interaction.It is hard to distinguish the symptoms of a swine flu from any other flu.Schaffner said the one distinction is that the swine flu is not a common cold."Common cold has its symtoms from the neck up -- sore throat, stuffy nose and feeling crummy. However influenza tends to make you feel much more ill. You can have a sore throat but then you also get cough and muscle aches and pains," he said.The Swine Flu SymptomsHayden Henshaw, an 18year-old from Cibolo, Texas, who was diagnosed with the swine flu last week, said he felt regular flu symptoms."You just get really run down, my skin and my muscles were achy. I had a cough and slightly feverish." he told A News.His father, Patrick and 11-year-old sister, Hannah, also got the flu from him."It's just like any other flu but the vaccine doesn't help with this strain," his mother, Robin, told A News.Doctors recommend looking out for symptoms such as a fever of more than 100 degrees, body aches, coughing, a sore throat, respiratory congestion and, in some cases, vomiting and diarrhea.In the absence of symptoms, officials say people don't have to get tested. If they are experiecing the symptoms, they you should take precaution and stay away from others.The WHO is developing a profile of the "typical case" of swine flu, but thus far, the symptoms appear to be essentially the same as those for the usual winter flu. The only way to definitively diagnose swine flu is to have laboratory testing done to determine the exact subtype of the virus.7 Ways to Protect Yourself"[Prevention is] no different than any other pandemic flu, and those are kind of simple things -- wash your hands a lot, don't shake hands or hug or kiss people if you're sick, don't go to work, self-qurantine yourself," said Peter Katona, an associate professor at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Medical Center.1. Wash hands frequently: This will lessen the chance of carrying or transmitting any viruses that normally get stuck on the hands in day-to-day activities. Try to avoid rubbing eyes or touching nose with dirty hands. Wash hands often with soap and water, especially after coughing or sneezing. Alcohol-based hand cleaners are also effective.2. Try to avoid people who are coughing and sneezing: The CDC advises people to cover their nose and mouth with a tissue when they cough or sneeze and throw the tissue in the trash after using it. Try to teach your kids to do the same. Influenza is thought to sp mainly person-to-person through coughing or sneezing of infected people.3. If experiencing flu-like symptoms, don't go out -- stay at home. Call a healthcare provider, particularly if a person has been to Mexico, southern California and southern Texas. The CDC recommends that people who get sick stay home from work or school and limit contact with others to keep from infecting them.4. Taking a trip to Mexico? Rethink your plans. Schaffner said that unless you have a compelling reason to go, you might want to reconsider. Many airlines, including Continental, US Airways and American Airlines, are waiving cancellation fees on tickets to Mexico.5. Stay informed and plan ahead: Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said it's important to stay informed about what's going on in one's community, and whether the authorities -- such as the state or county health departments -- have issued any recommendations. It's a good idea to plan for what to do if children's school is closed.6. Keep sick kids out of school, and stay home from work if you are sick. Aside from providing needed rest, such absences protect others from catching whatever you or your kid has. Keep at least a few feet's distance if you have the flu or are interacting with someone who has the flu. The communicable distance for most flu viruses is about three feet, so keep clear of this radius in order to avoid sp. If dealing with a flu case at home, make sure the flu sufferer (and even those who interact with this person) wear facial masks to lower the chances of sp.7. Avoid surfaces and objects that may be handled by many people. For kids, this may include doctor's office toys, surfaces that a lot of other kids are touching. Keep all surfaces and objects around the house clean. This becomes especially relevant if there is someone in that house who is sick or has the flu aly. Try to teach kids not to touch their faces. This is like mass transit for germs: straight from the hands to the eyes, nose and mouth05/68517Consumer goods消费品The mystery of the Chinese consumer揭秘中国消费者 In the first of a two-part series on Asian consumers, we ask what makes the Middle Kingdom’s shoppers tickJul 7th 2011 | SHANGHAI | from the print edition LILY LI wears a lanyard with a little plastic card around her neck, even at weekends. It is a badge of honour: it shows that she has a white-collar job. (She is a secretary at Access Asia, a retail-research company in Shanghai.) She uses Apple earphones for the cheap Chinese mobile phone in her pocket, so it looks as if she owns an iPhone. And she drives to work, though it takes four times longer than public transport, just to show off her little car.李周末也佩戴者一张小塑料卡片。这是荣耀的象征:白领。(李是通亚公司Access Asia一位秘书,通亚公司是上海一家零售市场调研公司。)李包里装着便宜的国产手机,耳上却戴着苹果的耳机,看起来就像用的是苹果iPhone手机。李驾车上班,尽管耗时是公交车4倍,但是她就是想显摆她的小车。After decades of deprivation and conformism, Chinese consumers regard expensive consumer goods as trophies of success. In public, they show off. In private, they pinch pennies. The owner of a gleaming new BMW will drive around for half an hour to avoid a 50 cent parking fee. And she will hesitate to spend much on interior decoration, because only her family sees the inside of her flat.过了几十年的清苦日子,循规蹈矩。中国消费者们现在觉得昂贵的消费品昭示着成功。在外就炫耀不已,私下,锱铢必较。拥有一辆闪耀的新款宝马车就得四处转悠半个小时避免交那点停车费。购买房屋内部装饰则很犹豫,因为只有家人才看得到房子内。By some forecasts China will be the second-largest consumer market in the world by 2015, not far behind America. Chinese people aly buy more cars than people in any other country: 13.5m last year to Americans’ 11.6m. China is on its way to becoming the biggest luxury-goods market. The central government made an increase in domestic consumption one of the priorities of its latest five-year plan.一些人预测中国会在2015年成为世界第二大消费市场,据美国不远。中国人已经比任何国家买的车都多:去年1350万辆车,美国则为1160万辆车.中国正在成为世界最大奢侈品消费市场。中央政府将加大国内消费作为未来5年计划重点。201107/143932Oil sinks despite OPEC Production cuts are the topic of OPEC's emergency meeting, yet crude futures continue to fall as investors focus on slowing global demand.Oil price's falling in concert with stocks today, and this is despite the fact that OPEC has expected to significantly cut production in the cartel meets later on this week. What's going on? Let's talk to trader, Anthony Grisanti, president, GRZ Energy. Here, with us now. From the floor, talk to us about why you are seeing this, why it seems OPEC isn't even playing in?Well, right now, today the focus is on the dollar. We..we're about at a key 1.30 level(是对欧元的汇率). It's right above it. And really it's the strength of the dollar, that has made oil weaker today. And, you know, going over to OPEC. You know, we pretty much know that they wanna cut Friday. But most of traders feel down here: they are gonna have to cut a significant amount to have any impact on this market and to have these prices go higher. And by significant amount, I am talking about four to five million barrels a day. And I really don't see that happening. In fact, any kind of the cut we see, I expect, one to two million barrels. And I don't really see in that have a lot of influences on prices right now. And word to down market, we wanna thaw rallies out here,it looks like it is gonna continue. We had Chinese economy, the growth revised down for next year and for the rest of this year. Of course, the U.S. is the same way. So really it is all about demand and the dollar right now. And OPEC is kind of on the sidelines. Alright. Let's say, OPEC does cut a significantly four or five billions barrels a day, what then happens to oil prices when you are dealing with slowing economies around the world, and as you said the stronger U.S. dollars than we've seen in the long time. Well, if they do cut the four or five billion , you will see its initial spike,that's for sure. Probably to about the 85 dollar level. But , I think, at that point, you are gonna turn around and look to see what the demand is, even at the low levels that OPEC is producing. And I don't think we are gonna see the demand may, will be there, even for those numbers. So, I expect that the market will be very weak or will be very range-bound, say, between 70 and 90 dollars. But if they come in less that cut,if they come in and say one and two, (Yeah. ) I think we'll take a shot towards 60 dollars. at this point.You know, finally , the shift that's happend this fall, so interesting as you see oil moving concert with stocks, which is the opposite of what we saw all summer. How long does that hang on? How long is that the case? Will these two move together? And it's really the demand that play?Well, I think , it's a matter really... I don't think they are so moving in tandem together. I think it just , kind of... it seems that way. And that's the way it's working out. But really it is about the demand in oil and when that demand starts to picking up , then you can see, you know, uh, the market. And actually the stock market could pick up at that point too, because a bigger demand means that economie's doing a little bit better. But I don't think there 's link as we think they are. I think it's just a moving tandem right now. Just a coincidence at this point. Alright,Anthony , appreciate your expertise, thank you.200810/53912US, Russian Negotiators Near New Nuclear Treaty美俄削减核军备条约即将达成A senior U.S. official says American and Russian negotiators meeting in Geneva are closing in on a deal for a key nuclear disarmament treaty, and the ed States Senate would likely ratify it.美国的一名高级官员说,在日内瓦举行会议的美国和俄罗斯谈判人员已接近于就重要的削减核军备条约达成一项协议,而且美国参议院很可能会批准这项条约。U.S. Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Ellen Tauscher expressed confidence that despite deep partisan divisions in Congress, the Senate would pass the successor to the 1991 Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, although she gave no timeframe.负责军备控制和国际安全事务的美国国务次卿埃伦.陶谢尔表示,尽管美国国会内存在深刻的党派分歧,但是她相信参议院会通过取代1991年战略武器削减条约的新条约,然而她没有说出具体时间。"We do have a polarized atmosphere in Washington, but I think that on issues of national security, we have always found that we can find a very broad concensus of Democrats and Republicans [who] will work together to advance those issues. I expect on this issue we will find that same sweet spot," she said. 陶谢尔说:“我们在华盛顿固然存在两极分化的政治氛围,但是我认为在国家安全问题上,我们一向发现民主党人和共和党人之间能够达成广泛的一致意见,两党都齐心协力地推动那些议题取得进展。我预计在这个问题上,我们也将看到同样良好的两党一致状况。”Tauscher spoke at a conference in Paris gathering former diplomats and arms negotiators and aimed at pushing for global nuclear disarmament. U.S. and Russian negotiators resumed talks in Geneva this week aimed to wrap up a new nuclear disarmament treaty to replace START, which expired in December. In July, President Barak Obama and his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev agreed to reduce their respective numbers of nuclear warheads to between 1,500 and 1,675 under a new treaty.奥巴马总统和俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫去年7月同意,新条约要规定把各自的核弹头削减1500枚到1675枚。201002/96179A simple blood test may predict future heart disease.A number of risk factors can predict your chance of getting a heart attack. High blood pressure or cholesterol, a history of smoking, just getting older - all of these make heart disease more likely.根据一些风险因素,能够预测出你患心肌梗塞的机率。高血压或者高胆固醇,有吸烟史,以及年龄增长等等,都会增加患心脏疾病的可能性。When a suspected heart attack patient shows up at the hospital, doctors often test for a blood protein called cardiac troponin T, which can confirm a heart attack.当一名疑似心肌梗塞的患者被送到医院时,医生们通常为他做一次血液蛋白、也就是“肌钙蛋白”的检测,以确定是不是心肌梗塞。The newest versions of the test are super sensitive, measuring the protein at levels of just a few picograms - trillionths of a gram - per milliliter of blood.这项最新的检测方法超级敏感,能在一毫升血液中,筛检出几皮克,也就是万亿分之几克的蛋白。"And this is allowing us to identify evidence of heart injury - troponin protein is released when heart cells die - in individuals who are seemingly without any obvious cardiovascular disease, whether it be chest pain and heart attacks, or whether it even be symptoms of heart failure," says University of Maryland medical professor Christopher deFilippi.马里兰大学医学教授克里斯多夫·迪菲利比说:“这种方法使我们能够分辩出心脏受损的据。心脏细胞死亡时会释放出肌钙蛋白,但患者也许没有任何明显的心血管疾病,不管是胸痛,还是心肌梗塞,甚至是心力衰竭。”DeFilippi and his colleagues tested troponin levels in blood samples taken years ago from a group of almost 6,000 older Americans. Then, the researchers compared troponin levels with the health of the individuals as they aged. They found that higher levels of troponin correlated to a higher likelihood of heart failure, which is when the heart's pumping ability declines.迪菲利比教授和他的同事们检测6,000多名美国中老年人几年前采集的血液样本中的肌钙水平,然后,把肌钙蛋白水平和他们现在的健康状况进行比对。结果发现,较高的肌钙蛋白水平与心力衰竭、也就是心脏输送血液能力下降有关。201011/119511

H1N1 Flu Cases Continue to Rise But Has Not Reached Pandemic Level世卫:全球有6千5百甲流病例  The World Health Organization reports it has received nearly 6,500 officially confirmed cases of swine influenza A-H1N1 - including 65 deaths - from 33 countries. While this is serious, WHO says the disease has not yet become a pandemic.世界卫生组织说,该组织已经收到来自33个国家报告的将近6500例经官方实的甲型H1N1流感病例,其中包括65个死亡病例。尽管情况危机,世界卫生组织表示,这种疾病还没有发展成流行疫症。The World Health Organization says it needs to see clear evidence of sustained community transmission of the swine flu virus from person-to-person in at least two regions of the world before it raises its alert to the phase six pandemic level. 世界卫生组织说,它必须要得到明显的据,表明甲型H1N1流感在世界至少两个地区形成人与人之间的持续性群体传播,才能把流感警戒级别提高到第六级。And that, says WHO Assistant Director-General, Keiji Fukuda, has not yet happened in any region outside North America. He says all of the infections, which have occurred in other parts of the world have stemmed from people who had been traveling in North America. 世卫组织副总干事福田敬二说,那种情况还没有在北美以外的任何地区发生。他说,其它地区所有感染甲型H1N1流感的病例都是因为病人得病前去过北美洲。"Currently, many of the people who have not traveled, we know have been in contact with the travelers returned," said Fukuda. "However, if we begin to see numbers of people who are getting infected who have not any contact with such persons, then this really becomes much stronger evidence that we are seeing community to community sp." 福田敬二说:“目前,据我们所知,患者如果没有去过北美洲,都跟从北美回来的人有过接触。不过,如果我们开始看到有些得病的人根本没有跟去过北美的人接触过,那么,这的确就成为比较有力的据,表明我们正在经历甲型H1N1流感发生了群体性传播。”Fukuda notes a pandemic has nothing to do with the severity of the disease, but rather with its geographic sp. He says it is difficult to know how the disease will evolve. So far, he says it has been relatively mild.福田敬二提到,一种疾病的大流行跟它的严重程度无关,而是跟它蔓延的地理范围有关。他说,很难弄清楚甲型H1N1流感会发生什么变异。福田敬二说,到目前为止,这种疾病的症状还不算严重。So, he counsels people not to over-worry. But, he warns against complacency. He says people must remain vigilant. He says it is very important to monitor and closely follow the course of the disease.鉴于此,福田敬二劝告人们不要过于担心。不过,他提醒人们不要满不在乎。他说,大家必须继续保持警惕。对疾病进行监测,密切跟踪它的发展变化是非常重要的。"This is an event which is serious," said Fukuda. "This is something, which requires close monitoring. But most of the cases at this time, continue to be mild cases where people recover without needing hospitalizations. Although there are some people that do get fatalities and serious illnesses." 福田敬二说:“这是一个非常严重的事件,需要给予密切监测。不过,目前这些病例中的绝大多数病情仍旧比较轻微,病人不需住院就可康复。但有些人的病情的确严重,有些甚至被夺去生命。”There were three influenza pandemics in the 20th century. The most serious occurred in 1918 when upwards of 50 million people are believed to have died.20世纪发生过三次流感大流行。最严重的那次发生在1918年,据信有超过5千万人死亡。Those pandemics disproportionately killed younger people, a phenomenon, which is different from seasonal flu.在上述流感大流行时期,死的都是比较年轻的人,这种现象非常反常,跟季节性流感不同。Fukuda notes most deaths from seasonal flu are among people older than 65 or those who have chronic medical conditions. He says in the current outbreak, most deaths are occurring among young, healthy people. In this sense, he says the pattern appears to be similar to that, which occurred during the three 20th century pandemics.福田敬二指出,因季节性流感死亡的都是年龄在65岁以上,或者有慢性病的人。他说,目前发生的甲型H1N1流感疫情,死亡病例都是年轻人,而且身体健康。从这个角度看,这种现象似乎跟20世纪发生的那三次流感大流行相似。05/69908

The Chicago Board of Trade is the world's oldest futures and options exchange. There, commodities and other financial instruments are traded daily. As the clock ticks towards a deadline to raise the U.S. debt ceiling, traders believe a default on that debt is still highly unlikely, and are more concerned about the consequences of a potential downgrade of the U.S. credit rating. 芝加哥商品交易所是世界上最老的期权和期货交易所。在那里,人们每天都在进行各种各样的大宗商品和其它金融工具的交易活动。虽然提高美国债务上限的最后期限在一秒一秒地接近,但那里的交易商们认为,美国发生债务违约的可能性是很小的。他们更关心的是美国的信用评级一旦被下调可能会引起什么样的后果。In the debate about raising the limit on government borrowing in the ed States, lawmakers acknowledge that failure could bring a default on the debts owed by the ed States government. 在关于提高美国政府借债限额的争论中,国会议员们承认如果借债限额不能提高的话,美国政府就有可能发生债务违约。But Scott Shellady, who watches investments for ICAP Energy in Chicago, says a true default is highly unlikely. 不过,芝加哥ICAP能源公司的投资分析师斯考特·舍拉迪(Scott Shelladay)认为,真正的政府违约是根本不可能的。“I think the downgrade is what we should be talking about rather than default. We’re not going to default. We’ve got enough receipts that are coming in to meet our obligations. We’re using that word to get something done sooner rather than later,” Shellady said. 他说:“我认为我们应该谈论的是美国的信用评级被下调而不是违约。我们不会违约。我们有足够的收入来付债务。我们只是通过讨论违约的问题来争取把问题早点解决而不是拖下去。”The ed States has had the best possible credit rating, triple-A, since 1917. The main credit rating agencies say they are reviewing the U.S. government debt situation for a potential downgrade. The consequences of a downgrade would be far-reaching. 自1917年以来,美国的信用评级总是最高的,也就是三A级。主要的信用评级公司表示,他们在关注美国政府的债务状况,有可能下调美国的信用评级。如果美国的信用评级真的被下调,后果将是深远的。“We are going to have to attract buyers for our bonds to continue to pay our debts and run our government. The only way we can really do that is to give them a higher return. So our interest rates are going to have to go up to attract outside investors, and in doing so it’s going to drive everyone else’s interest rates up all the way down the line,” Shellady said. 舍拉迪说:“我们必须吸引人们购买美国的债券,这样我们才能够付债务,才能够维持政府的运转。我们要吸引买主的唯一方法是给他们提供更高的回报。所以,我们的利率就得提高,这样才能对外国投资者产生吸引力。这样做的时候,大家的利率就只会越来越高了。”201107/146493

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