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2020年01月19日 00:44:49

Hi, everybody.For decades, too many working Americans went without the security of health insurance-and their financial well-being suffered because of it.大家好!几十年来,有太多工薪阶层没有医疗保险的保障,他们的个人财富也因此蒙受损失。Weve begun to change that.As the Affordable Care Act has taken effect, weve covered 17.6 million Americans.Since 2010, the uninsured rate has decreased by 45%.And for the first time, more than 90% of Americans are covered.我们采取措施改变了这一现状。随着《平价医保法案》的实施,有1760万美国人得到了保障。自2010年以来,未参保率下降了45%。而且首次有超过90%的美国民众得到保障。If you havent gotten covered yet, or if you care about someone who hasnt gotten covered yet, nows your chance.Its open enrollment season for the Health Insurance Marketplace.如果你还没有参保,或者你所关心的人还没有参保,现在是个好机会。医疗保险市场再次开放注册了。What that means is, with a few clicks on HealthCare.gov, youll find private insurance companies competing for your business.You can compare plans and choose the one thats right for your family.In fact, most Americans will find an option that costs less than a month.Even if you aly have insurance through the Marketplace, check it out.Shopping around can save you a lot of money-last year, consumers who shopped saved almost 0.也就是说,你只需要在医疗保险官方网站HealthCare.gov上轻点鼠标,就可以看到众多私营保险公司竞相为你提供务。你可以比较各种保险方案,选择最适合你的家庭的方案。实际上对大多数美国人而言,一份保险每个月可能只需要付75美元。即便你已经通过网上市场购买了保险,也可以核对一下。在线比价挑选可以为你节省很多钱,去年,一般消费者在线购买保险可节省约400美元。Take the story of a man named Phil Viso, who emailed me earlier this year.Phils a software developer from my hometown of Chicago.Last winter, he had an idea for a new app and decided to start his own company.And that can be scary when you need to get your own insurance.But Phil logged on to HealthCare.gov, answered a few questions, picked a plan, and even found out he was eligible for a tax credit that saved him money.一个叫Phil Viso的人今年年初发邮件给我,分享了他的故事。Phil是来自于我的故乡芝加哥的一名软件开发人员,他想开发一款自己的App并成立自己的公司。一般这种情况下为自己购买保险费用会很吓人。但Phil登录了HealthCare.gov,回答了几个问题,选择了一份保险方案,最后发现还可以享受税收优惠,为他节省了资金。Heres what he wrote: “Im still sort of in shock about how great the experience of signing up for health care was…I will have a lot to worry about over the course of the year as I try to get my app released, but thankfully, good health care will not be one of those worries.”他在信中写到:“直到现在,我依然为登录医疗保险官网后的经历感到震惊…在我开发App的过程中,我曾担心很多事情,但谢天谢地,超值的医疗保险再也不是我需要担心的事情了。”After he sent me that email, Phil ended up getting a new and better job anyway.But thats the whole point of health insurance.Peace of mind.And under the Affordable Care Act, if you want to change jobs, go back to school, or chase that new idea, you can do it without worrying about going broke if you get sick.If youve got a pre-existing condition-diabetes or cancer or heartburn or a heart attack-you can no longer be charged more or denied coverage.You can no longer be charged more just for being a woman.And preventive care like checkups and immunizations now come with no additional out-of-pocket costs.将邮件发给我之后,Phil还是找到了一份更好的工作。但这正是医疗保险的关键之所在,带给人们心灵上的安定。有了《平价医保法案》,如果你想换工作,或者回学校学习,或者去实现自己的新创意,你完全可以放手去做,而不用担心一旦生病会陷入危机。如果你有既往病史,例如糖尿病、癌症、心绞痛、心力衰竭等等,你缴纳的保费也不会上涨,更不会被拒保。你再也不会因为身为女性而被多收保费。检查和免疫接种等预防性的务再也不需要你自掏腰包了。What were talking about is no longer just a law, and its certainly not the myths and scare tactics that the cynics have peddled our way for years.This is reality.This is health care in America.And the bottom line is, Americans like it.Theyre happy with their plans and their premiums.现在我们所谈论的不仅仅是一部法律,它也完全不是什么神话或者是愤世嫉俗的人口中多年来所宣称的什么恐怖圈套。它就是现实的样子,这就是美国的医疗保险。最重要的是,美国人民喜欢它,大家都对自己的保险方案和费率感到欣慰。So join them.Give it a shot.Check out HealthCare.gov, CuidadoDeSalud.gov, or call 1-800-318-2596 to find a plan thats right for you or someone you care about.所以请与大家一起,抓住机会,登录HealthCare.gov或CuidadodeSalud.gov网站去看看,或者致电1-800-318-2596,为自己或你关心的人选择一份合适的保险。And by the way-if you live in one of the 20 cities participating in our Healthy Communities Challenge, I want to see how many of your neighbors you can get signed up.Ill come visit the city that enrolls the highest percentage of folks who arent covered right now.Thats a promise.另外,如果你所在的城市是20个参加“健康社区挑战大赛”的城市之一,我希望看到你们带领你们的邻居们注册参保。最后哪个城市未参保人员的参保率最高,我就去那个城市访问。我郑重承诺。After all, this country is at its best when we look out for each other.And together, we can help more Americans get the security that they and their families deserve.无论如何,当我们彼此关爱的时候,这个国家才是最好的国家。让我们携起手来,帮助更多的人获得他们以及他们的家人应该得到的保障。Thanks everybody.Have a great weekend.谢谢大家!祝周末愉快!201511/408965襄阳市第三人民医院医院男科襄阳哪家医院有检查包皮的The next reason that boys cultures are out of sync with school cultures:第二个原因是男孩文化与学校文化相脱节:there are fewer male teachers.有很少的男性教师。Anybody whos over 15 doesnt know what this means,任何超过15岁的人对此不了解,because in the last 10 years,因为在过去10年里,the number of elementary school classroom teachers has been cut in half.男性在小学教师课堂里的数量已经被减半。We went from 14 percent to seven percent.男性比重从14%降到7%。That means that 93 percent of the teachers这意味着93%的老师that our young men get in elementary classrooms are women.在年轻男孩上的小学课堂里是女老师。Now whats the problem with this?那么这又有什么问题呢?Women are great. Yep, absolutely.女老师很棒。是的,的确。But male role models for boys that say its all right to be smart --但是男性角色模范对于男孩来说,它可以让男孩变聪明。theyve got dads, theyve got pastors,男孩有父亲,有牧师,theyve got Cub Scout leaders,和童子军导师,but ultimately, six hours a day, five days a week theyre spending in a classroom,但归根结底,每天6小时,每周五天,男孩都在课堂上度过。and most of those classrooms are not places where men exist.多数那些课程不适合男人。And so they say, I guess this really isnt a place for boys.如此,我猜这课堂也不太适合男孩去上。This is a place for girls.这课堂适合女孩上。And Im not very good at this,我却不擅长,so I guess Id better go play games or get into sports, or something like that,我觉得我最好去玩视频游戏或者玩体育,或者类似的什么事,because I obviously dont belong here.因为我很明显与学校文化格格不入。Men dont belong here, thats pretty obvious.学校文化也不包括男人,这是很明显的。So that may be a very direct way that we see it happen.所以这可能是一种很直接的方式,让我们看到正在发生的事实。But less directly, the lack of male presence in the culture --但不那么直接地,是在学校文化中缺少男性--youve got a teachers lounge,你要是待在教师休息室,and theyre having a conversation about Joey and Johnny who beat each other up on the playground.老师们正谈论在操场打起架来的乔伊和约翰。;What are we going to do with these boys?;“我们要拿这些男孩怎么办?”The answer to that question changes depending on whos sitting around that table.问题的取决于谁当时在场。Are there men around that table?有任何男性在场吗?Are there moms whove raised boys around that table?这些孩子的母亲在场吗?Youll see, the conversation changes depending upon whos sitting around the table.大家可以看出,这谈论会随谁当时在场而改变。201601/421536谷城尿科


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