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How Much Exercise Will Keep Your Heart Healthy?
1.It's common knowledge that exercise keeps hearts healthy, but now scientists believe they have ...
20 07月
The Key to Happiness for Men Revealed in New Study
1.A man’s happiness is tied to whether he can beat his parents' academic achievements, according...
20 07月
The Music Playing While You Order Could Affect What You Eat
1.Music can affect our brains in fascinating ways. Various studies have suggested, for example, t...

The Power of Reading
        By Stephen Krashen
Students who read a lot become
                BETTER READERS.
They have better scores at tests.
They have greater vocabulary.
They are better at grammar.
They are better at speaking.
They are better at listening.
They have better spelling.
They write better.
They read better.
They read faster.
They know more.


The Man Who Loved Women
   1.Grady was rich, but he was 78 and on his deathbed (临终之时). No amount of money -- or love -- could save him now. 2.In his y...
Madonna: a Musical Legend
   1.Madonna Louise Ciccone is a popular singer, songwriter, and actress in the United States. Madonna, as she is commonly known, burst onto the music...
The Music Playing While You Order Could Affect What You Eat
   1.Music can affect our brains in fascinating ways. Various studies have suggested, for example, that songs which feature fast beats may improve our...
Johnson & Johnson to Pay $4.7bn Damages in Talc (滑石粉) Cancer Case
   1. Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $4.7bn in damages to 22 women who alleged that its talc products caused them to develop ovarian (...
More than 100 People Ill from Parasite (寄生虫) Possibly Linked to McDonald's Salads
   1. (CNN) -- The Illinois and Iowa health departments are investigating outbreaks of a parasite that causes intestinal (肠道的) illness and...
The Intrepid Mountaineers of Early Rocky Mountain National Park
   1. Since Rocky Mountain National Park became official in 1915, the rugged (崎岖的) mountains, forested hills and natural valleys have...
The Key to Happiness for Men Revealed in New Study
   1.A man’s happiness is tied to whether he can beat his parents' academic achievements, according to a new study. 2.While women were not sign...
Hundreds of Cash Machines Close as UK Turns to Contactless Payments
   1.Cash machines around the UK are closing at a rate of 300 every month, with rural communities worst hit, according to an analysis by Which?. 2...
How Much Exercise Will Keep Your Heart Healthy?
   1.It's common knowledge that exercise keeps hearts healthy, but now scientists believe they have pinpointed (准确地指出) the exact amount of time w...
We Should Teach All Students, in Every Discipline, to Think Like Scientists
   1.If knowledge is power, scientists should easily be able to influence the behavior of others and world events. Researchers spend their entire care...
Can You Lose Your Native Language?
   1. Most long-term migrants know what it’s like to be a slightly rusty (迟钝的) native speaker. The process seems obvious: the longer you are a...
AI Spy
   1.Artificial intelligence (AI) is barging its way into business. As our special report this week explains, firms of all types are harnessing (...
How to Avoid Being Addictive to Screens?
   1. Smartphones were once the best thing to happen to the tech industry -- and for a while, it seemed, to all of us, too. In the 11 years since ...
The Trade Deficit Is China’s Problem
   1.The Trump administration last week escalated (升级) its trade war upon China. China will retaliate. As in any war, there will be casualties. As C...