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芜湖市弋矶山医院男科男性专科芜湖市那家医院做包皮手术比较好采访全文文本  ANJALI RAO: Edison this is your first return to Hong Kong since the height of the scandal. Why are you speaking to us now?  EDISON CHEN: Well, now legally I'm allowed to speak about it because the trial's finally over and honestly there's been a lot of talk through the past year and a half about this or that and a lot of rumors, a lot of hearsay, and I feel, you know, I've kept quiet just to kind of respect everyone and respect the law and hopefully that when the trial ended I could finally speak and I guess this is my chance now. I have a lot to say and I think I'm only gonna say it once so I think that it would be best to say it here with you.  RAO: I appreciate that. Talk to me about what the experience has been like for you of coming back to Hong Kong.  I'm back.This is my home  CHEN: I thought about coming back to Hong Kong for a long time. I've wanted to come back for quite a while now, so I'm actually quite happy. I'm elated that I'm back. This is my home. I've been away from home for too long, you know, I feel like a nomad. I've been living out of a suitcase for a year and a half it seems like. And to be back with my family, to be back with my friends, where my companies are, where I live, where everything that I've known in the past 8, 9 years, you know, it's in Hong Kong.Of course it's nervous, it's nerve-racking, because I don't really know how people can accept me. I don't really know with all these threats and all this stuff around, I really don't know what to expect to be honest with you, but I can't live my life scared always or in hiding.  RAO: There was a point though where you seemed to suggest that you were going to stay out of the public eye indefinitely. Since then you've had your movie, The Sniper, out. Do you really think though that you can still resurrect your career?  I actually said indefinitely  CHEN: It is good that you said this point because a lot of the media, especially the Chinese media, have said that Edison says he's quitting the entertainment industry forever. I actually said indefinitely. Now maybe some people don't understand what indefinitely means. It can mean 5 minutes, it can mean 2,000 years. I never said forever. You know I mean I'm not telling you it's going to be an easy thing, that overnight it's just going to be like an overnight celebrity thing, cause it's not. And I'm gonna have to go through a lot of the things that I went through coming up in the beginning as well, but I think that if I have a passion for what I do, I'm willing to go through that.  RAO: You mentioned that there has been a threat aspect to all of this and a bullet was sent to a TV station with a message warning you to stay out of the limelight. Do you fear for your personal safety?  CHEN: I'd be lying to you if I said that I'm bullet-proof and I'm not afraid of anything. I'd like to say that, but yeah, you know, it's.I never thought I would ever ever have a death threat. Why would someone want to kill me I thought, and at the same time right now I still don't quite understand it, but I have to get over it. I have to live my life. I had a death threat a year and a half ago and I had a death threat just before the release of my movie.  Two death threats  RAO: Since you have had two death threats, I mean, how does that affect you as a person?  CHEN: The first one I was afraid. I was afraid. I was afraid to go anywhere. I was traveling around when I was still in Hong Kong in trunks of taxis, like literally, just to get to places because, I mean, I wasn't going to get food, I was going to meet my lawyers and meet my management company and it wasn't fun, you know, like I had to be in the trunk for 15 minutes. I didn't even know if I had enough oxygen to be honest with you. Even when I had left Asia and I had went to Canada and America, it took me 3 months to really get out of the shell that I had put myself in. I mean, I was in darkness for 5 days. I had my drapes closed and I didn't even want to go anywhere because I was in America then, you know, and I was really, really afraid of just people and a sudden car movement, you know, I was afraid of motor bikers when I was driving because I was just afraid of everything.  RAO: Did you have any idea where the threats were coming from? For example, were you worried about organized crime?  CHEN: Wow, you know, I wish I knew. I mean I would love to sit down with those people and really talk to them and really, in my terms, squash the beef, you know, like kind of level things out because I don't really believe that it has to go to that extreme. I think that there's a lot of things that whoever it is, or whoever these people are, we can talk it out. I don't think that a life has to be taken. I could go on thinking 'til I'm 50 and I will never know, which is why I'm a little bit more carefree in that way and I just put it in God's hands basically to let him do what he wants with me and at the same time hopefully I can live my life.  RAO: You were a highly visible presence in this part of the world until the scandal really blew up. What have you been doing with your days since it happened?  CHEN: I've been doing a lot of things. It took me a little while, but you know, with the constant support of everyone around me, you know, my family especially and my girlfriend. I kind of got through that shell again. I kind of got through this I'm nothing and I'm done and I might as well give up stage and, you know, started to see what I could do that was valuable in the area that I was in. And I was in America. I was in LA and New York mostly. I've always wanted to either direct or produce movies so I, you know, decided to take some crash courses, follow some producers and try to learn the game of production. Not only did I have time to do some of the things I enjoyed, um, some of the things that I ded at first like doing my laundry or throwing out the garbage or going to the grocery store actually became something that really grounded me, and really gave me a different perspective of life because I've been working in the entertainment industry since I was 19. Very young.  I didn't really have a great outlook on life to be honest with you. I was just out of school. It was like a party. You know, every day was like a party. I kind of got accustomed to that life where everything was taken care of, where I thought I was a pretty good person, and then I went back and I kind of had to do all these things by myself and I kind of reflected on the way I treated people and the way I saw things, and I got a lot more grounded. And I am thankful for that, you know. I mean, everything, I believe that everything happens for a reason.  RAO: Let's talk now specifically about the scandal. Sounds like a simple question, but why did you take the photos in the first place?  CHEN: Well, you know, when you're young you do a lot of things that you don't quite comprehend. You think it's fun, you do it, you don't really think about the outcome or what would happen if this or what would happen if that, and I think that you know, I mean, every every. when you're a teenager and when you're young and when you're a celebrity, and you have this and that, I think maybe you go overboard a little bit. And I think that maybe, you know, I just went a little too overboard, a little too wild I guess maybe. I don't take those pictures anymore and I had ceased to take those pictures for actually quite a long time. All those pictures that were released were taken pre-2004. It was 2008 when these photos were released so it was like a lot of people were seeing 'oh that's Edison.' That was actually the old Edison. Those photos were from 4 years ago. It's just, you know, I had even.I was in a serious relationship at that time. It was my first serious relationship. ever. I was in love. I'm happy. And, you know, when you respect someone and you really love someone you tend to care about how those people feel and when we had like deep intense talks, we talked about our past and, you know, I had actually told her that some of these things had happened before and she was quite upset and actually told me to delete them.  RAO: Why didn't you?  CHEN: I did. I did. I did delete them and.  RAO: -All of them?  CHEN: Yes, all of them. All of them. 6 months later after I had deleted these photos off my computer, my computer broke down. I had insisted, I mean, I had asked my assistant to go and bring the computer to go and get it fixed. Now, what I actually found out after returning to Hong Kong and assisting the police was that they had copied my whole hard drive and then they had recovered my memory. I had no idea that there was such a thing before. I thought that if I had put it in the trash bin and said empty trash bin and it goes [makes noise] and it's gone... forever, but no, it wasn't.  It's strange because I'm actually very happy that I had this talk with my girlfriend before and that she knew that I had deleted them because at least the person that I care for the most in this world knows the truth and will stand by me, because I don't know if I hadn't talked to her and I really didn't do that in front of her face if she would still stand by me through all of this. And, you know, she's been a very strong and very supportive girl even though she's very young.  RAO: You're still together?  CHEN: Yes yes, it's amazing.  RAO: How has she handled all of this?  CHEN: She's like a warrior.She's like superwoman, you know, like to me because while I was sitting indoors hiding, I mean, I don't want to sound like a coward, but it was deeply intense for me, but she'd be going to school every day.  RAO: Were there photos of her?  CHEN: Umm yes, yes, but very few.  RAO: Some 13 hundred were leaked onto the net. Do you know how many there were in total?  CHEN: Umm no, I didn't sit at home and count them, to be honest with you.  RAO: Are we talking hundreds? Are we talking thousands?  CHEN: I would say there were a few more. There were a few more, but that was aly enough. Thirteen hundred is way enough aly. I never spoke about these photos to anyone. I never.  RAO: You never showed them to anybody?  CHEN: No, I never showed them to anyone. The only people that might have seen them were the people who took them, where'd they be like can I look at what you just took? and I'd show them. I would never parade them around.  RAO: Did all of the women involved know that their photos were being taken?  CHEN: Yes, definitely. Definitely. I have to say that, you know, everything was mutual. It was all consensual, all consensual. I don't know exactly how they view what had happened or what they tell people, but I know the truth. I'm only here to say the truth because I believe that there's too much lies going around and too much controversy and too much hearsay. And I'll tell you right now that, you know, if I have a camera in front of your face and there's a flash, do you know that I'm taking a photo of you? That's as simple as it is.  RAO: Let me just ask you about the computer technician who was involved. By hacking into your files, it does sound like a deliberate attempt to target you personally. How do you feel about him?  CHEN: Umm the way I feel about him today and the way I felt about him 8 months ago is totally different. I've forgiven him and he's going to, you know, he's going to jail. He's got judged and he's passed judgment aly and he's doing what he needs to do to redeem himself, but I don't exactly know if the person who stole the photos and that distribute and put them on the internet are the same person, but I definitely think that these people had something malicious towards me. It was a malicious act. It was purposefully done to hurt. No money was involved. No nothing was involved. People ask me, the police ask me, have people been blackmailing you? I was like, no. They're like 'wow' are you sure? I say definitely, I would know if someone was trying to blackmail me.  RAO: The public was furious at the time. Did you expect that sort of a backlash?  CHEN: Uhh...No,No, because I believed I was a victim. I believed that I was hurt by this a lot. I believed that.I knew that I had nothing to do with the sping of these photos.  RAO: You don't believe you did anything wrong?  CHEN: I can't say I didn't do anything wrong. I own up to my mistake of being careless and not really, not really understanding something before I would allow something to happen, something to happen you know, I didn't really understand that. I admit I was wrong. I've admitted that I was wrong and I wouldn't say sorry if I wasn't wrong.  RAO: Tell me about the moment that you realized that these photos were everywhere.  CHEN: I was shocked. I was in disbelief. Someone called me. I was sleeping in the morning.  RAO: What'd they say?  CHEN: She said have you checked the internet yet? You should go check the internet. I go, man, I'm just sleeping please just. you really need to go to this web site and look at it right now. I looked at the website and I almost.I don't even know how to put it in words. I don't even know how to put that feeling in words. It was like everything just got sucked out of me and I was like looking and I was like 'wow' this is so.Where?! What?! When?! How?! Confusion, like, what to do? Oh my god my family! Oh my god my girlfriend! Oh my god my career! Oh my god the girls! Oh the press is going to have a field day. I have to fix this problem as soon as possible. That was the first day when 2 or 3 photos were out only, so imagine by the 800th photo how I was feeling. It was like a nightmare that never ended. It never ended. I would go to bed and I would pray, I would pray please, please God, today please be the last day. I pray I'll do anything. You know. Anything. Please today.  I'm not the person to ever commit suicide though, so I've never been there. I think that committing suicide is giving up on not only yourself, but the people that love you, and at that moment I had so many people caring for me that that was never an option. Never.  RAO: Cecilia Cheung accused you of being a hypocrite and a fraud. She said that you turned your phone off and that you ignored her while this whole thing was going on. What would you say to her now if you had the chance?  CHEN: I would, you know, I don't really want to have a back and forth with her, which is why I didn't really comment on what she had said before. I hope that she can understand that, you know, I really do feel sorry. I really am sorry to her. I'm sorry to everyone involved, but you know,at a certain time and a certain point in everyone's life you get caught up in things. And I was just caught up in the whole mix. I was at the center of the storm. What she wants to say I'll let her say it because in a certain sense some of the responsibility is in my hands and maybe in her world I'm the only one who was wrong.  RAO: When was the last time that you spoke to any of them?  CHEN: Umm...I can't recall.not recently.  RAO: Before the scandal?  CHEN: Definitely before the scandal.  RAO: You haven't spoken to any of them since?  CHEN: No.no.  RAO: Because you couldn't find them or because you didn't want to?  CHEN: Umm...you know.initially it was because I couldn't find them. Secondly, it was because I didn't really know how to approach and really what to say to be honest with you. I would have liked to call them and say sorry, but at the same time, you know, I hope that when the trial was over they would actually know I didn't do this on purpose. That's why I waited for that trial to end for forever. It was like a calendar mark that had no day, you know, and umm, you know if I can see them. I don't wanna...like speaking on the phone. I feel like it loses a lot of the integrity of the emotion. I think that like it's like some people say, you know, we break up over the phone it's one of the worst things, right? And I feel like if I apologize over the phone it might not seem sincere and it might not seem real.  RAO: Well careers are in shreds and engagements been broken, some would say even lives have been ruined. If any of the women were to come to you and say, listen, I wanna talk about this, you know, I wanna just get this all straight. Would you be open to that?  CHEN: Definitely. If we're going to sit down as two adults and really suss it out, I'm open, I'm open to it, but judging from the way they've done their interviews I don't think that, you know, they have every right to be angry. I don't want this to come across as I'm saying something about them, but I don't think that they're, they can sit down and have a constructional conversation with me quite yet.  RAO: Do you think this time in your life will always stay with you?  CHEN: Even if I didn't want it to, it would. I've tried to move on with my life and I think that, you know, it's kind of like forgive and not forget, but it's like I want to forget too. Cause I've had to forgive myself, I mean you know, the person I was angry at most was myself, you know, I was most unhappy with myself. I had to learn to deal with myself. I had to go home and look at myself in the mirror and see what kind of man I am. And, you know, I come to learn to come to terms with myself. I feel more comfortable as the Edison now than I was the Edison before, and I don't know how that makes people feel, but you know, I'm just being real and I'm just being honest.  RAO: Edison, it really can't have been easy for you to talk so openly about this, so I do thank you very much indeed for sitting down with us today.  CHEN: Thank you.  - End- Article/200906/73170芜湖市中医医院割包皮 Today in History: Tuesday, December 18, 2012历史上的今天:2012年12月18日,星期二On Dec. 18, 1865, slavery ended in the ed States as the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was declared in effect.1865年12月18号,美国宪法第十三条修正案生效,标志着奴隶制度宣布结束。1787 New Jersey became the third state to ratify the U.S. Constitution.1787年,新泽西州成为批准美国宪法的第三个州。1886 Baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb was born in Narrows, Ga.1886年,棒球名人堂泰科布在Narrows, Ga出生。1892 Peter Tchaikovsky#39;s ;The Nutcracker Suite; premiered in St. Petersburg, Russia.1892年,彼得·柴可夫斯基的《胡桃夹子组曲》在俄罗斯圣彼得堡首映。1915President Woodrow Wilson, widowed the year before, married Edith Bolling Galt.1915年,伍德罗·威尔逊总统丧偶一年后迎娶伊迪丝·宝琳·高尔特。1944 The Supreme Court upheld the wartime relocation of Japanese-Americans.1944年,最高法院持战时搬迁的日裔美国人。1957 The first nuclear facility in the ed States to generate electricity, the Shippingport Atomic Power Station in Pennsylvania, went online.1957年,美国第一座核电站--西平坡特原子能发电站--在在宾夕法尼亚州运营发电。1958 The world#39;s first communications satellite was launched by the ed States aboard an Atlas rocket.1958年,世界上第一个通信卫星由美国宇宙神火箭成功发射。1969 Britain#39;s Parliament abolished the death penalty for murder.1969年,英国议会废除对谋杀罪判处死刑。1972 The ed States began the heaviest bombing of North Vietnam during the Vietnam War.1972年,越战期间,美国开始对北越进行轰炸。1987 Ivan F. Boesky was sentenced to three years in prison for plotting Wall Street#39;s biggest insider-trading scandal.1987年,伊凡·被因策划华尔街最大的内幕交易丑闻判处三年监禁。2003 A judge in Seattle sentenced confessed Green River killer Gary Ridgeway to 48 consecutive life terms.2003年,西雅图的一位法官判处认罪的绿河区杀手加里·里奇韦48年监禁。2003 A jury in Chesapeake, Va., convicted teenager Lee Boyd Malvo of two counts of murder in the Washington-area sniper shootings. (He was later sentenced to life in prison without parole.)2003年,青年 Lee Boyd Malvo因在华盛顿狙击手击事件中犯有两项谋杀罪被弗吉尼亚州切萨皮克一陪审团定罪。(他后来被判处终身监禁,并且不能假释。)2008 A U.N. court in Tanzania convicted former Rwandan army Col. Theoneste Bagosora of genocide and crimes against humanity for masterminding the killings of more than half a million people in a 100-day slaughter in 1994.2008年,在坦桑尼亚联合国法庭上,前卢旺达军队上校Bagosora Theoneste被判反人类和种族灭绝罪,因其在1994年的100天内策划杀戮了50多万人。2009 Reality TV stars Jon and Kate Gosselin, parents of eight children, divorced.2009年,八个孩子的父母,电视真人秀明星乔恩和凯特戈斯林离婚。 /201212/215077Today in History: Saturday, January 26, 2013历史上的今天:2013年1月26日,星期六On Jan. 26, 1998, President Bill Clinton denied having an affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, telling reporters, ;I did not have sexual relations with that woman.;1998年1月26日,比尔·克林顿总统否认与前白宫实习生莫尼卡·莱温斯基发生婚外情,他告诉记者“我没有和那个女人发生性关系。”1788 The first European settlers in Australia landed in present-day Sydney.1788年,澳大利亚第一批欧洲殖民者来到今天的悉尼。1802 Congress passed an act calling for a library to be established within the U.S. Capitol.1802年,国会通过了一项法案要求美国国会大厦内需建立图书馆。1837 Michigan became the 26th state.1837年,密歇根州成为美国第26个州。1861 Louisiana seceded from the Union.1861年,路易斯安那州脱离联邦政府。1870 Virginia rejoined the Union.1870年,维吉尼亚州加入联邦。1925 Actor Paul Newman was born in Cleveland, Ohio.1925年,演员保罗·纽曼在俄亥俄州的克利夫兰出生。1950 India proclaimed itself a republic.1950年,印度正式宣布自身是共和政体。1979 Former Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller died at age 70.1979年,前副总统纳尔逊A·洛克菲勒去世,享年70岁。1988 The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical ;Phantom of the Opera,; the longest-running show in Broadway history, opened at the Majestic Theater in New York.1988年,安德鲁·劳埃德·韦伯的音乐剧《歌剧魅影》在纽约美琪大剧院上演,这是百老汇历史上播映最长的音乐剧。1993 Former Czechoslovak President Vaclav Havel was elected president of the new Czech Republic.1993年,前捷克斯洛伐克总统瓦茨拉夫·哈维尔当选新捷克共和国总统。2001 An earthquake hit the Indian subcontinent, killing more than 13,000 people.2001年,印度次大陆发生地震,造成13000多人死亡。2005 Condoleezza Rice was sworn in as secretary of state.2005年,赖斯宣誓就任美国国务卿。2006 Confronted by Oprah Winfrey on her syndicated talk show, author James Frey acknowledged lies in his addiction memoir ;A Million Little Pieces.;2006年,面对奥普拉·温弗瑞的脱口秀节目,作家詹姆斯·弗雷承认在他的回忆录《岁月如沙》中说谎。2009 ;Octomom; Nadya Suleman of Whittier, Calif., gave birth to octuplets conceived by in vitro fertilization. Suleman was aly a mother of six.2009年,加州惠蒂尔的Nadya Suleman通过体外受精生下了八胞胎。现在Suleman是6个孩子的母亲。 /201301/222664安徽芜湖男性男子男科医院包皮手术怎么样

芜湖东方国康医院男科If your wallet is lost or stolen, don#39;t panic, but do act quickly to safeguard your bank and credit card accounts and your identity.如果你的钱包被盗或丢失,不要惊慌,但是要迅速采取行动,保护帐号,信用卡账号和个人身份信息。Step 1 Make a list of the wallet’s contents1.列出钱包中的物品清单Make a list of the contents of your wallet, as best as you can recall.尽可能回忆,列出钱包中的物品清单。Step 2 Notify the three major credit reporting agencies2.通知三大主要的信誉报告机构Call or go online to ask the three major credit reporting agencies to place a fraud alert on your accounts and to send you a credit report.致电或上网通知三大主要的信誉报告机构发布帐号虚假警告,并向你发送信誉报告。Step 3 Report loss of your driver’s license3.驾驶报失Report the loss of your driver’s license to the Department of Motor Vehicles.向机动车管理部门报失驾驶。Step 4 Notify credit, debit, and ATM card issuers4.通知信用卡,借记卡和ATM卡发行机构Notify issuers of any credit, debit, and ATM cards. Request replacement cards.通知信用卡,借记卡和ATM卡发行机构,并补办。Request written verification that these accounts have been closed, including time and date or verification number.要求出具这些帐号冻结书面通知,包括日期,时间或确认序号。Step 5 Contact the Social Security Office5.联系社会安全办公室Contact the Social Security Office to get a new card if your card was in your wallet. Ask them to send you a Personal Earnings and Benefits Estimate Statement to look for any discrepancies.如果你的社会安全卡也在钱包里,立即联系社会安全办公室。要求他们向你发送个人收入和福利评估声明,看一下是否有任何不符。The Social Security Office requires that you wait until June of the following year (after your taxes have been paid) to request the statement.社会安全办公室要求等到次年六月份你的缴税任务完成之后再要求发放次声明。Step 6 Notify issuers of any other personalized cards6.通知其他任何个人卡片的发行机构Notify issuers of any other cards that display your name, or membership/identification number and ask for replacement cards.These include check-cashing, long-distance calling, store membership, and library cards.如果还有其他任何展示了你的名字的卡片,或会员卡的发行机构,要求补办。包括现金票卡,长途电话卡,商场会员卡和图书馆借阅卡。Did you know? It is estimated that as many as nine million Americans have their identities stolen each year.你知道吗?据估计,每年多达900万美国人的身份信息被盗。 /201302/224862芜湖繁昌县妇幼保健人民男科中医院尿科 【视频欣赏】【听力文本】You Will NeedAcceptance Frugality Happy thoughts Enjoyable experiences Environmentalism Step 1: Assume this is as good as it gets(快乐不是拥有的很多,而是奢求的很少)Assume you’ll never be richer. Research shows you’re more apt to be content with what you have if you’re not wishing and hoping and praying to get more. The more you buy into the idea that more money will make you happy, the less happy you’ll be.Embrace the sentiment that true happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you’ve got.Step 2: Know the truth(金钱买不来幸福)Don’t assume that more money would make you happier. As long as the bills are getting paid, there’s not much difference on the happiness scale between the rich and the rest of us.Step 3: Make frugality fun(勤俭也可以很快乐)Make frugality fun. Figuring out ways to save money can feel as satisfying as spending it.Step 4: Think happy thoughts(多想想好方面)Think happy thoughts: People who thought about positive events in their lives for eight minutes per day for three days felt better about their lives a month later, according to a study.Step 5: Focus on doing instead of spending(不要总想着怎么花钱买,想想自己可以怎么做到)Focus on things you can do rather than stuff you can buy. Experiences bring more pleasure than possessions, and the good feelings last longer, according to research.Step 6: Go green(环保)Every time you refrain from buying something you don’t need, make do with what you’ve got, or purchase something used, think of the good you’re doing the planet.Research shows that buying something doesn’t make us as happy as we think it will, or for as long as we assume it will. Article/201001/95373芜湖男科哪家好

芜湖市哪家医院可以割包皮Physical therapist Dirk Laubscher explains to patients how to find a good pillow for neck support. He advises patients to buy pillows with contoured neck support.物理治疗师Dirk Laubscher向病人解释了怎样寻找一个合适的枕头来撑脖子。他建议病人购买拥有撑脖子的轮廓的枕头。So, how do you find the right pillow for your neck? The internet is out there and you can easily type in neck pillows or pillows. But the danger with that is you#39;ll get so many types of pillows that it#39;s easy to buy the wrong one. My advice is to go to a specialist shop.那么,怎样寻找适合脖子需求的枕头呢?现在互联网很发达,直接输入“脖子,枕头”或者“枕头”等关键词就可以了。但是这样做的危险是,你会得到许多搜索结果,买到的枕头可能不合适。我建议去专卖店购买。For example, near the clinic, we have a back shop and they have chairs, mattresses and pillows. The best way is to go to that shop and try them out. Ask the expert their advice and they#39;ll give you two or three to choose from.例如,在诊所后面我们有一家商店,出售椅子,空气垫和枕头。最好亲自到这家商店试用。向专家咨询建议,他们会提供两三种供你选择。It#39;s also important that men and women use different pillows. Men#39;s shoulders are wider so they will use a bigger thicker cushion. There is also a company called Temper who makes Temper pillows.男性和女性使用的枕头也有所不同,这很重要。男性的肩膀更宽,因此他们使用的枕头更大,更厚。还有一家叫做“性情”的公司制作性情枕头。It#39;s made of memory foam that molds to the shape of your head and neck into the pillow. It#39;s very important when you choose a pillow, that you choose a pillow that supports not just your head but also your neck. It#39;s vital to have great posture when you sleep.这种枕头用记忆泡沫制成,能够在枕头上印下你的脑袋和脖子的形状。有一点很重要,就是你选择的枕头不仅要持脑袋,还要撑脖子。睡觉的时候姿势舒适非常重要。Your pillow is one of the most important to buy. Don#39;t neglect buying a good pillow. Make sure that when you buy it, you have expert advice and try them out before you buy them.枕头对你来说是最重要的物品之一。购买枕头的时候一定不能疏忽。购买的时候确保咨询专业意见,购买之前一定要试用。This is an example of a Temper pillow and it#39;s made of memory foam. Your head will lie in this groove there. This is how the pillow is shaped and this is how it supports my neck when I lie down.这里是性情记忆枕头的一个样品,用记忆泡沫制成。你的头部就放置在这个槽里,可以在躺下的时候撑脖子。Thanks for watching How To Find Pillows For Neck Pain.感谢收看“脖子疼痛怎样选择枕头”视频节目。 /201211/210655 芜湖弋江区妇幼保健人民中医院龟头炎症芜湖体检中心

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