【女人二十岁前绝对不可以有这行为】

  • 过早出现做爱行为和性伴侣过多,是近年来女性子宫颈癌的发病人群出现年轻化趋势的罪魁祸首。因此,为了健康和有效地防范性乱所致性病乃至子宫颈癌,广大女性不要过早地发生性行为,更不能同多个性伴侣发生关系;尤其是青春少女(20岁以下的女子)更不能提早过性生活。

    因为,青春少女所患的子宫颈癌,与性生活不洁有密切关系,并发现性生活年龄愈小、性伴侣愈多、做爱愈频,其发病率也愈高。究其原因有以下几个:

    一、少女的宫颈组织细胞尚未发育成熟

    比较嫩弱,对外界致癌和促癌物质敏感,若性伴侣是一个癌细胞的携带者,就很容易通过做爱将癌细胞种植在少女尚未成熟的宫颈组织上。

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    Spelling Bee co-champ Nihar Janga gets access to Cowboys camp

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    Nihar Janga threw up the "X"  at this year's Spelling Bee and that caught the attention of Cowboys wideout Dez Bryant.

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    The two must have hit it off because the 11-year-old received an invite to the Cowboys' camp Wednesday. He got to tour the facilities, meet players and even sat in on coach Jason Garrett's press conference.

    Janga was there as a guest sports reporter, but it seemed like Garrett wanted to put him to work on the football field. He made an arrangement with him to defend his favorite player — Bryant.

    Garrett also made Janga spell "gesellschaft," which the co-champ did accurately, stunning the coach.

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    Packers' defense will reach top 10 again for 5 reasons

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    It's been six years since the Packers finished a season ranked in the NFL's top 10 defensively, in terms of both yards and points allowed. It's no coincidence they haven't won a Super Bowl since the end of that season.

    Since 2010, whether tied to devastating injuries or glaring ineffectiveness, Dom Capers' group has had enough struggles to hold Aaron Rodgers and the offense back from bigger things. The Packers have not defended the zone read well, and they've played consistently poor against the traditional running game, too.

    To their credit, the Packers have worked to correct that by assembling the right personnel fits for their scheme. There are five good reasons to think they will see all that come to fruition in 2016, starting in training camp.

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    — A younger, more effective three-man front: Mike Daniels has his shiny new deal as one of the league's most disruptive and well-compensated 3-4 defensive ends. Versatile veteran Letroy Guion was re-signed on the cheap. But the Packers were shocked by nose tackle B.J. Raji's decision to take a "hiatus" from the NFL.

    But the Packers haven't had linchpin play at nose for a while. Raji had a big dropoff after his lone Pro Bowl season in 2011, including a move to end in between, and Guion was average at nose in 2014.

    It opened the door for Green Bay to use a 2016 first-round draft pick on Kenny Clark, who's 10 y[......]

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    Brandon Browner's second stint with Seahawks over

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    The Seattle Seahawks cut ties with defensive back Brandon Browner on Monday, ending hopes of a "Legion of Boom" reunion.

    Browner, 32, had rejoined the Seahawks this offseason after spending 2015 with the Saints. New Orleans released him after a season of injuries and penalties in an attempt to ease their salary cap burden. The Seahawks were trying to move the 2011 Pro Bowler from cornerback to safety. 

    After winning a Super Bowl with the New England Patriots in 2014, Browner was coveted as one of the best cover corners in the NFL. But he has failed to live up to expectations since then.

    Browner was one of the original members of the Seahawks' vaunted "Legion of Boom" secondary that helped Seattle win the Super Bowl 夜网论坛to cap the 2013 season.

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    Browner signed a one-year deal worth $760,000 in April, but did not include any guaranteed money. One reason he became expendable was the emergence of rookie safety Tyvis Powell, undrafted out of Ohio State.

    It remains to be seen if another team will take a chance on him this season.

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    Broncos coach Gary Kubiak will miss Chargers game

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    Broncos coach Gary Kubiak will miss Thursday night's game against the Chargers.

    Team president John Elway said Monday that Kubiak, who was hospitalized following Sunday's loss to the Falcons with flu-like symptoms, will take time to recover and will not travel with the team to San Diego. 

    Special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis will be in charge Thursday night, Elway said.

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    Kubiak was taken to the hospital via ambulance following Sunday's 23-16 home loss to the Falcons. After numerous tests, he was diagnosed with "a complex migraine condition that caused extreme fatigue and body weakness," the team announced earlier Monday.

    Elway told reporters Kubiak would undergo further testing during his break and that the team "didn't give him a chance" to think about coaching Thursday night.

    "The doctors said a week. They were 夜网论坛firm," Elway said, via the Denver Post.

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    Aaron Rodgers plans to drown out loss with scotch

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    The Packers dropped a home game to the Cowboys, 30-16, on Sunday, and fans at Lambeau Field even booed their team.

    With a season-high four turnovers by the Packers, the game was never really competitive, as Dallas' duo of offensive rookies — Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott — dominated the game.

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    So 夜网论坛how will Aaron Rodgers cope with the loss?

    "Have a glass of scotch and chill out a little bit (and) watch the film," Rodgers said. "I'm my biggest critic, and I look at this as finely as I look at every other game and improve."

    Rodgers will have a variety of scotches to consume, as he revealed last year. 

    Coming back around to football, the Packers QB is excited about the short week. Rodgers and the Packers face the Bears on Thursday night and hope, perhaps along with the scotch, they will "wash this taste out of our mouth pretty quickly."

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    NFL concussion plaintiff had 'extraordinary' CTE

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    Former NFL running back Kevin Turner — one of the lead plaintiffs in a concussion lawsuit against the NFL that the league settled —  showed an "extraordinary and unprecedented” amount of brain damage, in the form of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, when he died in March at age 46, Boston University CTE researchers announced Thursday.

    Turner, who since 2010 had battled amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, likely related to CTE, played eight seasons for the Eagles and Patriots, and before that collegiately at Alabama. He began playing football at age 5.

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    Dr. Anna McKee, a neurologist/pathologist who performed the post-mortem examination of Turner's brain, said (via the Boston Herald):

    “The severity of Mr. Turner’s CTE was extraordinary and unprecedented for an athlete who died in his 40s. While he had typical cognitive symptoms and problems with impulse control associated with CTE, it also appears that CTE decimated the motor cortex of his brain at a young age, likely leading to his ALS symptoms.

    “After now completing the analysis of the brains of 228 former football players, we have seen a clear trend that length of career i夜网论坛s associated with CTE severit[......]

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    Eagles schedule 2018: Philadelphia set up to avoid Super Bowl hangover

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    The Eagles will go into the 2018 NFL season as reigning Super Bowl champions. That makes them the most wanted team through every game on their schedule.

    It will be tough for Philadelphia to make the NFC playoffs, let alone win the conference again, given their closest competition has reloaded to take aim. The Eagles do, however, benefit from a rather favorable schedule. Looking at last year's records, their opponents combined to go 122-134. That's tied for 13th "easiest" in the NFL.

    Here's breaking down how good things look for the Eagles' quest to repeat based on all the games they will play in 2018.

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    Eagles schedule 2018

    Eagles regular-season schedule

    DateOpponentKickoff timeTV networkSept. 6vs. Atlanta Falcons8:20 p.m.(NBC)Sept. 16at Tampa Bay Buccaneers1 p.m.(FOX)Sept. 23vs. Indianapolis Colts1 p.m.(FOX)Sept. 30at Tennessee Titans1 p.m.(FOX)Oct. 7vs. Minnesota Vikings4:25 p.m.(FOX)Oct. 11at New York Giants8:20 p.m.(FOX/NFLN)Oct. 21vs. Carolina Panthers1 p.m.(FOX)Oct. 28at Jacksonville Jaguars (London)9:30 a.m.(NFLN)Nov. 4BYENov. 11vs. Dallas Cowboys8:20 p.m.(NBC)Nov. 18at New Orleans Saints1 p.m.(FOX)Nov. 25vs. New York Giants1 p.m.(FOX)Dec. 3vs. Washington Redskins8:15 p.m.(ESPN)Dec. 9at Dallas Cowboys4:25 p.m.(FOX)Dec. 16at Los Angeles Rams8:20 p.m.[......]

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    Ravens coach John Harbaugh 'not sitting in judgment' of protests, players

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    OWINGS MILLS, Md. — John Harbaugh’s statement on the NFL’s new national anthem policy posted Thursday afternoon was a textbook case of fence-straddling. However, when asked about his thoughts after the Ravens’ OTA session, the coach sounded like he had a better grasp of the nuances of the players’ protests than the owners did — not to mention certain national politicians.

    Harbaugh chose not to refer all questions about the anthem policy to his statement. He said focusing solely on his team and its performance was “what I’m thinking about as a coach, that's what I want to be involved with."

    Then, he continued:

    “As far as anybody’s — all of our — rights to express ourselves, and have our opinion, and make this country better and better and better, in every single way, we need to be doing that. And people have different ways of doing that. Who am I to tell someone how to do it? If we do it in a way that’s respectful of one another, that’s what we should be doing.

    “That’s where we get into the conversation about what’s respectful and what’s not. I’m not really sitting in judgment of that. I don’t have that judgment seat. That’s not where I sit.’’

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    Antonio Brown's agent: Several other teams were interested in receiver

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    The Patriots apparently weren't the only team willing to give Antonio Brown another chance to play again in the NFL.

    Brown's agent Drew Rosenhaus told ESPN Saturday that the seven-time Pro Bowl receiver "had a lot of options" after the Raiders released him. Rosenhaus also shared details of Brown's one-year deal with the Patriots.

    "Antonio had a robust free-agent market and certainly had a lot of options," Rosenhaus said. "But it was hard to compete with New England and that amazing opportunity, that great franchise, and play with one of the all-time greats, Tom Brady, and Bill Belichick."

    Rosenhaus said that while several other teams were interested in Brown, one team in particular "was really aggressive" in pursuing the receiver.

    The Patriots have not announced the deal with Brown, but Rosenhaus told ESPN the one-year contract is worth up to $15 million and includes a $9 million signing bonus, another $1 million guaranteed and $5 million in incentives.

    Rosenhaus said that Brown understands what is expected of him in New England and he's ready to "fit in."

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