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VOA慢速[健康报道]2014受欢迎文章大合集

2015-02-06    来源:普特英语听力    【      美国外教 在线口语培训
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From VOA Learning English, this is the Health Report.

To end the year on a happy note, we thought you might like to re-visit Learning English Health Report stories that were popular with you.

We looked at the numbers. We looked at which stories you viewed most and commented on. We looked at which stories you Liked, Shared or Tweeted. By doing so, we have learned a few things about you.

Many of you like self-improvement stories. You like to read about staying healthy and living a long life. You like to know how your brain works best and what can affect your power of memory.

Many of you also like stories about people who are getting older but who are still making their dreams come true.

Here are some highlights from the Health Report for 2014. It includes comments from our international audience.

Sit Less, Live Longer
We all sit a lot. The story “Sit Less, Live Longer” explores the dangers of sitting too much. It encouraged many of you to get up from your desks and move more at work.

Many of you described in the comments section how you move and exercise during the day. Some of you shared stories of losing weight and fighting illness to enjoy a more active lifestyle.

Taras from Ukraine says, “Great article! I spend a lot of time sitting in front of the computer. So I like go to work or home on foot, it takes like two hours per day.”

And Karen from Brazil adds, “In my work I spend a lot of time sitting, but I try to work out and play volleyball every week!”

Are You Hardcore Enough for CrossFit?
In April we asked our listeners if they were committed enough to exercise to do CrossFit. Many responded.

CrossFit is a fitness trend that has been very popular in recent years. It uses very basic but very challenging exercises. Some say it is too easy to get hurt doing CrossFit. But some like the fact that you do the exercises in teams.

Rocio from Spain says this: “I think it is a very good method to practice exercise.” He says working in a team is “great motivation.”

But Masaki Kato from Japan says, “CrossFit is bad for the body” because the movements are too hard. He says, “To stay fit, I think it is important to do a moderate exercise” such as walking for 30 minutes a day.

How Does My Brain Work Best?
Our listeners like their brains. And they seem to like reports on how to use their brains most effectively.

For example, we wrote about a study that found if you write your class notes by hand, you will remember them better than if you type them.

Is Writing Notes by Hand Better Than Typing?
Henry from Venezuela says, “Taking notes is helpful when I put all the words down using my hand. I just take into consideration what is important to me.”

And a listener called “White Crystal” from Vietnam says, “In my opinion, when you (want to) remember something, write it. Because, when you're writing it means you're thinking about it. You use listening, understanding, seeing (and) thinking.”

The story While You Sleep the Brain Works reports that the brain cleans itself while we are fast asleep. So getting a good night’s sleep is important to good mental and physical health.

Yangfangxin Yu from China says, “I CAN NOT stay up late. Otherwise I will be stupid!”

Babies, Babies, Babies! Who Doesn’t Love Babies?
Our article “Women Giving Birth at Home -- On Purpose!” talks about a U.S. birth trend. Increasingly, women of color are using midwives to give birth naturally.

In the comments section, many women from all over the world share the birthing culture in their countries.

Anna from Vietnam writes, “In my country, pregnant women are taken care of carefully in (a) hospital. (A) child is very important to parents in my country. Therefore, they choose caesarean section for their baby more than natural delivery.”

And Veca from Taiwan shares her own personal birth story.

“My baby was born through natural birth at (a) hospital. The biggest impact for me is that I saw a birth of life.

It’s Never Too Late to Make Your Dreams Come True
Two stories seemed to inspire many listeners. Jerry Ried earned his first college degree at the age of 70. And Mary Moe fulfilled her dream of becoming a pilot at the age of 91.

After listening to the story of Mr. Reid, Nobue from Japan wrote, “Actually, I have some dreams in mind, and follow these dreams. … I am such a happy person that I can follow my dreams. I will give them my best shot.”

Mary Moe’s story inspired Anoosheh from Iran to write:

“I am a 56 (year) old woman. In my entire life I had some dreams but none of them (have) come true because I did not have a good situation but after I read this article I decided to … spread my wings and help myself to try (to make) one of my dreams come true and it is learning language.”

And Diego Santos from Brazil says, “I've always thought there is no age to do what you want to do. Your body could age, but your spirit can be always young!”

Thanks to all of our listeners who read and listen to the Health Report. Let us know in the comments section what you are doing to make your life healthy and happy in 2015.

Happy New Year from VOA Learning English.

I’m Anna Matteo.

文本来源于普特论坛[report整理] SENEWS-2014-12-31


这里是美国之音慢速英语健康报道。

我们可能想回顾学习一下自己喜欢的健康节目报道,为这一年画上一个愉快的句号。

我们查看了一下数据。调查出哪些报道是你回顾和评论最多的。我们调查出了哪些报道是你点赞分享多的。通过这些分析,我们知道了一些关于你的喜好。

大多数人喜欢提升自我的报道。大家喜欢阅读关于健康居住和长寿的报道。大家想知道如何让自己的大脑更好的工作以及什么会影响记忆力。

大多数听众还喜欢年龄越老但还在追求梦想的人的报道。

以下是2014年健康报道的焦点,其中包括了我们国际听众的评论。

少坐更长寿
我们坐着的时候太多了。“少坐更长寿”这篇报道是探索关于坐着时间太长的危害。它鼓励大家工作的时候从办公桌前站起来,多运动。

很多听众在评论中描述了自己一天当中是如何运动的。其中一些听众分享了自己减肥的故事以及与疾病作斗争享受更积极的生活方式的故事。

来自乌克兰的Taras表示“这篇文章大赞!我坐在电脑面前的时间太长了。所以我喜欢走路上班或者回家,这样做每天会花2个小时。”

来自巴西的Karen补充到说:“我的工作大部分时间都是坐着,但是每周我尽量安排时间打球。”

你是混合健身的铁杆粉丝么?
今年四月,我们询问听众你是否有决心进行混合健身。得到了许多听众的回答。

混合健身是近年来很流行的健身趋势。其采用非常基本但是又具有挑战的锻炼。有人说混合健身很容易受伤,但是另外一些人喜欢这种团体运动。

来自西班牙的Rocio说:“我认为这是一种非常好的锻炼方式。”他说团队合作是巨大的动力。

但是来自日本的Masaki Kato表示:“混合健身对身体有害。”因为动作都太难了。他说“为了保持身材,我认为更重要的是适量运动。”比如每天步行三十分钟。“

如何让大脑更好的工作?
我们的听众都喜欢自己的大脑。而且他们似乎都喜欢关于如何高效运用大脑的报道。

比如,我们有一篇研究发现,如果你课堂笔记用手记,那么会比你用电脑记得更牢靠。

手写笔记比电脑记笔记效果更好么?
来自委内瑞拉的Henry说:"当我用手记笔记的时候,感觉更有效果。我只考虑什么是对我重要的。”

一位来自越南的White Crystal表示:“就我的观点来看,你想记住什么东西,你就写下来。因为当你在写的时候,就意味着你在思考它。你用到了停,理解,视觉和思考。”

睡觉时大脑也在工作的报道称,当我们在熟睡的时候,大脑在自动清理。所以睡个好觉对我们的精神和身体都很重要。

中国的Yangfangxin Yu说:“我不能熬夜,否则我会变笨。”

婴儿,婴儿,婴儿!谁能不爱婴儿呢?
我们有一篇文章“女人在家自然分娩”就是在谈论美国的分娩去世。越来越多的有色人种女性借助助产人自然分娩。

来自世界各地的女性在评论区里,分享了自己国家的分娩文化。

来自越南的Anna写到:“在我们国家,孕妇都在医院里被精心照料,孩子对父母来说非常重要。因此,他们更多的选择剖腹产而不是自然分娩。”

来自台湾的Veca分享了她自己的分娩故事。

“我的孩子是在医院里自然生产的。对我最大的影响是我看到了生命的延续。”

追逐梦想永远不会太迟
有两个故事似乎触动了很多听众。Jerry Ried在七十岁的时候获得了自己的第一个大学学位。而Mary Moe 在91岁的时候实现了自己飞行员梦想。

听到了这两个故事,来自日本的Reid, Nobue写到:“事实上,我心里也有很多梦想,并且也在追逐。我是如此幸运的人,我能追寻我的梦想。我会为此竭尽全力。”

Mary Moe的故事激励了来自伊朗的Anoosheh,她写到:

“我是一名56岁的妇女。在我的一生中,我有很多梦想,但是它们都没有实现。因为我条件不好。但是在我度过这篇文章之后,我决定展开我的翅膀,帮助自己实现学习语言的梦想。”

来自巴西的Diego Santos说到:“我一直认为,自己想做的事情是没有年龄限制的。你的身体会老,但是你的精神可以永远年轻。”

谢谢所有的听众收听和阅读健康报道。让我们从评论区知道你会做点什么,来让你的2015年生活得健康快乐

美国之音慢速英语祝你新年快乐。

我是Anna Matteo。



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