The ageless revolution has befallen1 us, whether we like it or not. What started as a small project for the employees of the small podcasting2 company Odeo3 has taken the world by storm, gaining more than 500 million followers since its inception4 in early 2006.
Sam Bloom fell into a deep depression after a fall from a roof terrace1 during a family holiday left her paralysed2 from the chest down. But help was to come from an unexpected source - a magpie chick3 which had fallen from its nest. When
一、小作文Directions：Suppose you are invited by Professor Williams to give a presentation about Chinese culture to a group of international students.Write a reply to1）accept the invitation,and2）introduce the key points of your presentation.
Right,before we get going,a disclaimer~1：exercise is one of the most powerful ways to take control of your health.Not only can it prevent heart disease,strokes~2,metabolic syndrome~3,Type 2 diabetes~4,Alzheimer＇s~5 and cancer,it has been shown to help with depression,insomnia and stress.
The mobile phone numbers of former Prime Minister David Cameron1, Labour leaderJeremy Corbyn2, celebrities and millions of other people are being stored in databases that can be searched by the public. While the numbers cannot be obtained simplyby entering a name, data watchdogs3 are concerned about the way the information has been gathered.
For the last 20 years neuroscientists1 have shown us compelling pictures of brain areas ＂lighting up＂ when we seeor hear, love or hate, plan or act. These studies were an important first step. But they also suggested a misleadingly simple view of how the brain works. They associated specific mental abilities with specific brain areas, in much the same way that phrenology2, in the 19th century, claimed to associate psychological characteristics with skull shapes.