20140830

1. 영어 기사 읽기
1) Junk food does more than make you fat, and other studies you missed, CNN
– Here’s a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health, mind and body.
(roundup – 총괄)
– A study published in the Journal of Periodontology found that men who drank coffee had a small but significant reduction in the number of teeth with periodontal bone loss. (periodontal – 치주의)
– A new study in the journal Science shows that every single room in your house is brimming with the bacteria that is unique to you and your family. (brimming – 넘쳐흐르는, brim – 컵, 사발 등의 위 끝부분)
– Salt is bad for people with multiple sclerosis(sclerosis – 경화증)

2) Strange but True: Drinking Too Much Water Can Kill, Scientific American
– Liquid H2O is the sine qua non of life. (sine qua non – 필수불가결한 것)
– In 2005 a fraternity hazing at California State University, Chico, left a 21-year-old man dead after he was forced to drink excessive amounts of water between rounds of push-ups in a cold basement. (fraternity – 협회, hazing – 신참자를 곯리기)
– Club-goers taking MDMA (“ecstasy”) have died after consuming copious amounts of water trying to rehydrate following long nights of dancing and sweating. (copious – 엄청난 양의)
– A 2005 study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that close to one sixth of marathon runners develop some degree of hyponatremia, or dilution of the blood caused by drinking too much water. (dilution – 희석)
– Hyponatremia, a word cobbled together from Latin and Greek roots, translates as “insufficient salt in the blood.” (cobble something together -대충 꿰맞추다)
– In humans the kidneys control the amount of water, salts and other solutes leaving the body by sieving blood through their millions of twisted tubules. (tubule – 집합세관)
– Thus, brain edema, or swelling, can be disastrous. (edema – 부종)
– “Rapid and severe hyponatremia causes entry of water into brain cells leading to brain swelling, which manifests as seizures, coma, respiratory arrest, brain stem herniation and death,” explains M. Amin Arnaout, chief of nephrology at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. (herniation – 탈장)
– Where did people get the idea that guzzling enormous quantities of water is healthful? (guzzling – 마구 마셔대다)
– After scouring the peer-reviewed literature, Valtin concluded that no scientific studies support the “eight x eight” dictum (for healthy adults living in temperate climates and doing mild exercise). (dictum – 금언)

3) Ebola Drug Saves Infected Monkeys, Scientific American


2. gem5-gpu 벤치마크 실행
오후 다섯 시 쯤에 /rodinia/kmeans 벤치마크의 실행이 끝남.

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  1. […] 1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Human Remains Double Known Rainforest Occupation Time, Scientific American 2) Penn State fraternity suspended over alleged nude Facebook pictures, CNN – Penn State fraternity suspended over alleged nude Facebook pictures (fraternity – 협동 조합, 2014/08/30) […]

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