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長くてすみません(>_<) 和訳をおねがいします The health benefits of walking are highly praised by experts ――and backed up by solid research.“Exercise can cut the risk of developing heart disease by half as well as lower blood pressure, reduce stress and minimize the risk of blocking the flow of blood to the brain,”Professor Charles George,medical director for the British Heart Foundation,told a journalist. “Since walking is one of the easiest,most convenient and inexpensive forms of exercise,it's an excellent choice for many people.”


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訳が一部抜けていました。すみません。>_< 歩くことが健康に良いことは専門家によって高く評価されており、信頼できる研究によって裏付けられている。イギリス心臓病支援基金の医長である、Charles George教授は、”運動することは、血圧を下げたり、ストレスを減らしたり、脳への血液の流れが妨げられるリスクを最小限に抑えるだけではなく、心臓病になる危険を半減することができる”、また、”歩くことは一番簡単で、最も手軽にできるお金のかからない運動形態なので、多くの人々に適している。”と、ジャーナリストに語った。




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  • 和訳をお願いします

    和訳をお願いします 長くなってすみません(>_<) Susan Morton submitted the third opinion selected for publication. Research has shown that there are health benefits to having pets, and that is an important advantage of pet ownership that is often overlookd when discussing the pros and cons of pets. Studies have found that they can lower people's blood pressure and cholesterol levels and ease feelings of loneliness. There are other health benefits as well. Walking a dog provides exercise for both the dog's owner and the dog. Many elderly people who live alone find that a cat or dog makes an excellent companion, and studies have found that elderly people with pets have lower rates of depression. In this way, pets benefit both our physical and mental health.

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    1 That means some of us have little excuse for avoiding cleanup duty. 2 Since the Sydney Olympics, sportswear makers have been working hard to produce high-tech   swimwear that may take the swimmers to the podium. 3 The sharkskin swimsuit is followed by the swimsuits inspired by living creatures, such as kingfishers (a kind of bird) and spearfish (a kind of tuna). 4 It helps blood flow by using a spinning rotor that pumps blood through the heart. 5 For example, the patient can increase the rate of blood flow when he has done some exercise and needs more oxygen. 6 Because it will improve your situation by making other people happy.

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    和訳をお願いします。 今読んでいる本で、日本語訳がうまくできません。和訳をお願いできないでしょうか。分かる部分は訳しているため、文の途中で切れているところがありますが、よろしくお願いします。 Environmental risk can be defined as an event or condition that can result in corporate reputation damage or material financial loss or that prevents the company from achieving its business objectives. However, as shown in Exhibit 11 within these three outlying risk perspectives are interlocking risk sub-elements(physical, business, financial, political, and legal) that are derivative of core business functions and constrains. Technical risk is measured in terms of outcomes, magnitudes of the outcomes, and probability of occurrence. It also identifies and gauges the impact of the known and unknown elements that factor into the risk assessment. At heart, technical risk management is an engineering/ science exercise. Typically, industry managers think of technical risk when considering risk management. It is critical to understand that the public’s ranking of perceived risk may not be highly correlated with actual technical risk. Perceived risk can be skillfully modified and presented to arouse the sympathy of the media, politicians, and the regulatory community. However, the regulatory group is generally resistant to this type of pressure and if the restoration approach is not well-planned and presented, it may suffer defeat in the public forum.

  • 次の英文の和訳をお願いしたいです。

    The researchers also looked at the data according to gender. After the researchers accounted for age, race, socioeconomic factors (education and income) and stroke risk factors, the results revealed that men who exercised at least four times a week still had a lower risk of stroke than men who exercised one to three times per week. In contrast, there was no association between frequency of exercise and stroke risk among women in the study. However, there was a trend towards a similar reduction in stroke risk for those who exercised one to three times a week and four or more times a week compared to those who were inactive. “This could be related to differences in the type, duration, and intensity of physical activity between men and women,” said Dr. Howard. “This could also be due to differences in the perception of what is intense physical activity enough to work up a sweat.” The results should encourage doctors to stress the importance of exercise when speaking with their patients, Dr. Howard said. “Physical inactivity is a major modifiable risk factor for stroke. This should be emphasized in routine physician check-ups along with general education about the benefits of exercise on stroke risk factors including high blood pressure, diabetes and being overweight or obese,” she said. The study suggests that men should consider exercising at least four times a week. REGARDS will continue to assess stroke risk factors to look for long-term patterns in the study population. “Findings from this study, including the current physical activity results, will ultimately help us to identify potential targets for immediate intervention as well as for future clinical trials aimed at preventing stroke and its consequences,” said Dr. Moy.

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    New research finds link between frequency of exercise and stroke risk Here’s yet another reason to get off the couch: new research findings suggest that regularly breaking a sweat may lower the risk of having a stroke. A stroke can occur when a blood vessel in the brain gets blocked. As a result, nearby brain cells will die after not getting enough oxygen and other nutrients. A number of risk factors for stroke have been identified, including smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes and being inactive. For this study, published in the journal Stroke, Michelle N. McDonnell, Ph.D., from the University of South Australia, Adelaide and her colleagues obtained data from the Reasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke (REGARDS) study. REGARDS is a large, long-term study funded by the NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) to look at the reasons behind the higher rates of stroke mortality among African-Americans and other residents living in the Southeastern United States. “Epidemiological studies such as REGARDS provide an important opportunity to explore race, genetics, environmental, and lifestyle choices as stroke risk factors,” said Claudia Moy, Ph.D., program director at NINDS. Over 30,000 participants supplied their medical history over the phone. The researchers also visited them to obtain health measures such as body mass index and blood pressure. At the beginning of the study, the researchers asked participants how many times per week they exercised vigorously enough to work up a sweat. The researchers contacted participants every six months to see if they had experienced a stroke or a mini-stroke known as a transient ischemic attack (TIA). To confirm their responses, the researchers reviewed participants’ medical records. The researchers reported data for over 27,000 participants who were stroke-free at the start of the study and followed for an average of 5.7 years. One-third of participants reported exercising less than once a week. Study subjects who were inactive were 20 percent more likely to experience a stroke or TIA than participants who exercised four or more times a week. The findings revealed that regular, moderately vigorous exercise, enough to break a sweat, was linked to reduced risk of stroke. Part of the protective effect was due to lower rates of known stroke risk factors such as hypertension, diabetes, obesity and smoking. “Our results confirm other research findings but our study has the distinct advantage of including larger numbers, especially larger numbers of women as well as blacks, in a national population sample so these provide somewhat more generalizable results than other studies,” said Virginia Howard, Ph.D., senior author of the study from the School of Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham.

  • 英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を助けてください

    英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えていただきたいです よろしくお願いします!! The use of this technique characterizes another major new building, the Forum Baths. Situated in the block immediately to the north of the Capitoline temple, these represented a state-of the-art project incorporating not just bathing facilities but also shops and upstairs apartments, and were clearly intended as an amenity for the general population, among whom the bathing habit had taken a firm hold, rather than for the colonists alone. Significantly, a pair of inscriptions which have been ascribed to the Forum Baths records the magistrates who supervised the work as operating at public expense rather than paying from their own pockets. Evidently the Stabian Baths were now inadequate to the requirements of the city, and a new establishment was needed to relieve pressure on them. At the same time the Stabian Baths themselves were modernized, as an inscription reveals, by the addition of a laconiun and destrictarium (room for rubbing down after exercise) and by the reconstruction of the Bath’s palaestra and its porticoes.

  • 和訳お願いします。

    和訳お願いします。 また訳せないところがでてきてしまいました。文が途中で切れてしまっているところもありますが、よろしくお願いします。 The technical risk(established by site service and regulatory /agency personnel) The percieved risk(outrage)by the public; and The regulatory risk relative to past, current, and future standards and position. Exhibit 12 presents a suite of issues and concerns that that could fall within the perceived risk assessment. However, each site is unique and its perceived risk will reflect its unique conditions. Perceived risk is perhaps the most difficult of all risks to anticipate and deal with efficiently. For example, it can be manipulated by activist groups interested in controlling or defeating the site restoration project.

  • この英文の和訳をお願いします。

         We evaluated <P(e, 0)> for 12 cases of e between 0 and 6: e=0.0, 0.01, 0.1, 0.5, 0.75, 0.9, 1.0, 1.2, 1.5, 2.0, 4.0, and 6.0. As for r_p, we considered three cases: r_p=0.005, 0.001, and 0.0002. These are representative values of radii of protoplanets at the Earth, Jupiter, and Neptune orbits regions, respectively. The numbers of collision orbits found by our orbital calculation are shown in Table 3 for representative values of e. From Table 3 we can expect the statistical errors in the evaluated collisional rate to be within 5% for the cases of e≦1.5 and within 8% for e=4 and 6; they are smaller than that of the previous studies by Nishida (1983) and by Wetherill and Cox (1985).    The calculated collisional rate is summarized in terms of the enhancement factor defined by Eq. (27) and shown in Fig.11, as a function of e and r_p. From Fig.11 one can see that the collisional rate is always enhanced by the effect of solar gravity, compared with that of the two-body approximation <P(e,0)>_2B. In particular, in regions where e≦1, R(e,0) is almost independent of e, having a value as large as 3. At e≦1, R(e,0) has a notable peak beyond which the enhancement factor decreases gradually with increasing e. For large values of e, i.e., e≧4, <P(e,0)> tends rapidly to <P(e,0)>_2B. As seen in the next section, we will find a similar dependence on e even in the three-dimensional case (i≠0) as long as we are concerned with cases where i≦2. お手数ですが、よろしくお願いします。

  • 和訳お願いします!

    By some estimates, we're sleeping as much as an hour and a half less per night than we did at the turn of the century. But sleep researchers point to ills ranging from heart problems to depression. お願いします(>_<)

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    英文の和訳をしました。 訳せていない部分もあるので教えていただきたいです。 Bending and stretching exercises and other controlled no-strain movements are excellent for keeping bones,joints,and muscles in shape. 屈伸運動と他の控えめで無理のない運動は、骨、関節、そして筋肉の形を保持するのに優れている。 After you have trained for a while,your heart will pump fewer times. しばらく訓練しているうちにあなたの心臓は 。 When you are fit,your heart doesn't have to pump as often because each pump delivers more blood.Therefore a fit person's heart beats several thousand times less every day than an unfit person's heart.This appears to reduce the wear and tear on the heart valves and blood vessels. あなたの体調が良い時、各ポンプがより多くの血液を届けるので、あなたの心臓は同じ位ポンプで送る必要はない。したがって、体調が良くない人の心臓より   。これは心臓弁と血管で消耗を減少させたと思える You have learned the importance of strength,suppleness,and stamina.You are aware both of the dangers of neglecting your body.It's now up to you to act upon that knowledge. あなたは、体力、柔軟性、耐久力の重要性を学んだ。あなたはトレーニングから得られる利益と    。