Your Guide To Festival Essentials

Its summertime in Denver, which means plenty of sun, embracing the great outdoors, and mountains of incredible music. Denver is home to some amazing venues, and we never have any trouble booking great acts to bring the house down. So, whether you are interested in just one band entertaining you for an evening, or being part of a massive music festival, here"s a few shows to watch out for this summer 2009. Wolff calls Ubu blindingly original completely outside the event wristbands mainstream and you could tell they were mad because a lot of their music was angry He shares similar kudos for The Dead Boys Pagans and Electric Eels which stand the test of time more than contemporaries like Styx REO Speedwagon or Kansas he laughs. Each night following play, players and their guests convene at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center for "The World"s Largest 19th Hole." Food and beverages, included in the entry fee, are served, but there is plenty more to attract their attention. Guest speakers from The Golf Channel, a Golf Expo, a demo area and a band each night are among the things that attract players to the big party each night. They will also pick up a score sheet to see exactly where they stand in their flight. Some families will head to Kings Dominion for the Bachata festival wristbands on Sept. 1 for a day filled with live music and rides. Others will be entertained at Busch Gardens or Water Country, USA. Travel... lots. All over Texas, the U.S. Israel, Kuwait, Amsterdam. There was a time sport wristbands when my husband and I were really into cruises. In 2009 or 2010 while living in Kuwait I entered the Harper"s Bazaar Magazine for the Middle East female artist contest. I probably created 15 watercolors, framed and ready for sale in two weeks. Though they didn"t select me it was fun doing painting again and getting the hair/make-up professionally done for the photographer. This was actually when I started really painting again. I"ve had a painter"s block for about 8 years. My art used to be very dark and depressed, as was my life at times. Reflections of my happiness and spirituality are obvious in my art now. Attending concerts of various kinds, plays, musicals and the opera are always good choices. If you want a little bit of excitement and you can control yourself you could share a night at one of the Race Tracks or casinos. Make a limit and don"t go crazy or you will feel sick about that date the next day and many days to come. One point here is that this is only looking at the trade on expiry. If the stock moves really quickly against you, even if it"s only 4-5%, you will suffer unrealized losses, and this is where you need learn how to manage and adjust the trade if necessary. If you think the market will keep moving against your position, then you should exit the trade before the loss gets any bigger. Stop losses are also an important aspect of managing this strategy. Make life exciting, after all, life is not meant to be a spectator sport! Jump in and do things you haven"t experienced before, you will create memories that could last a lifetime.
Quarantine workers at Qingdao airport in Shandong province test samples for the Ebola virus on Aug 11, 2014.[Xie Hao/For China Daily]

Global effort aims to find disease vectors that can jump from animals to humans

China will help lead a project to identify unknown viruses from wildlife to better prepare humans for major epidemics-if not global pandemics. The project is to be launched this year, according to one of the country"s top health officials.

The Global Virome Project will start in China and Thailand with field work to collect samples from wild animals and analyze the viruses detected, said Gao Fu, head of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

"Scientists will collect virus samples from animals such as bats and rats for study using techniques like next generation (DNA) sequencing to find whether new viruses exist," he said.

The project, estimated to cost up to $1.2 billion, is expected to take 10 years and involves many countries including the United States, Brazil and Nigeria.

Through more intensive and extensive study of viruses from animals that could infect humans, it may be possible to deal with viruses using preemptive controls and prevention instead of passive, reactive measures, Gao said.

"We all know there are almost certainly new viruses that could cause the next global pandemic, but based on the existing early warning capacity for diseases, we do not know, for example, which virus will cause an epidemic," Gao said.

"We are sure that new virus strains will appear in the future along with changes in our ecology, environment and human behaviors."

For instance, humans" abuse of antibiotics has lead to the potential development of superbugs.

"There are many viruses living in wild animals, so we can identify viruses and thoroughly study those that could pass to humans," Gao said. "Ideally we can develop vaccines and a diagnosis for such viruses even before they cause human epidemics."

It is known that 263 viruses can infect humans, but scientists estimate there may be more than half a million viruses that live in birds and mammals and that are unknown to humans that may be capable of infecting humans, and they are the primary subject of the project"s research, Gao said.

Even if a large number of such unknown viruses are identified, it is possible that just a small fraction of them have the ability to cause major epidemics that cause human deaths, he said.

However, considering the huge cost of a major epidemic like SARS to human health and economies, the findings of the project still have the potential to greatly reduce losses through improved early diagnosis and identification of hosts vulnerable to a new virus after an outbreak, according to Gao.

A similar project carried out by the US Agency for International Development proved the feasibility of the Global Virome Project and provides helpful experience, he said.

The USAID project, known as Predict and launched in 2009, with China a participant, led to findings of more than 1,000 viruses previously unknown to humans. The project cost was over $170 million, he said.

Some of the technologies used for that project have proved reliable and economically affordable and can be used for the Global Virome Project, Gao said.


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