A longer life for coffee drinkers? 英国研究者们发现喝咖啡的人寿命更长
Beef farmer's happy cows 菜牛饲养主关心奶牛安康
We really do take our coffee seriously here. In London, it's no longer a drink associated with life's vices such as cigarettes or alcohol. Researchers at Imperial College London monitored half a million people over 16 years – the effects of coffee were noticeable. Men who drank coffee, on average, lived an extra three months, women an extra one month.
When his father died in 2011, Jay Wilde took the responsibility of running the family farm. For years, he has been concerned about the welfare of his cows and the environmental impact of beef farming. Today, he's doing something about it. Instead of sending animals to slaughter, he has given away his herd of cattle to an animal sanctuary.
vices / welfare
1. The police are very concerned for the ______ of the missing child.
2. Going to the pub once a week for a pint is my only ______.
1. The police are very concerned for the welfare of the missing child.
2. Going to the pub once a week for a pint is my only vice.