Articles about fair
This gamer's look into the wonder that is the Namco-Bandai game Dragon Ball Xenoverse
This article will teach you how to make extra money for Christmas at a craft fair.
The summer fair and carnivals are beginning to start at venues all across North America. A fair and carnival is a lot of fun. Here are 8 activities that must be done at every fair or carnival. In addition to these activities, make sure that you visit the farm...
The competition is high and the prizes are small but winning something… anything at your local county fair creates memories you’ll never forget! You can enter your favorite photograph, a flower that bloomed especially nicely this year, a freshly baked pie, that special quilted pattern, or even an enormous pumpkin!
We all want to do good, but sometimes the path to doing good can be unclear. How does one act as a responsible consumer: Buy fair trade? Buy local? A look at what seems to be a contradiction.
Job fairs are ideal locations to find a job. A career fair eliminates the time consuming practice of job hunting. Job seekers find networking connections, leave resumes for companies, portfolios and even have job interviews at career fairs. This is a listing of the top ten keys to success at a job fair
Organic fair trade clothing is a return to ethical fashion by using natural, organic bamboo, cotton, hemp, and other materials -- without harmful chemicals, dyes, and other additives -- and ensuring a living wage, sweat-shop free, for everyone involved. Organic fair trade clothing retail and wholesale outlets are popping up online and around the world because consumers are starting to realize that they have real choices with their shopping dollars.
Read about ten great things to do at The Great New York State Fair!
If you're a coffee drinker, you've probably heard people through around the phrase "Fair Trade Coffee" quite a bit. But what does it actually mean? This is a quick run-down of what Fair Trade Coffee actually means and why you should care as a consumer.
World's Fairs are large public exhibitions for new technologies and cultural achievements in the fields of art and design. Here is a list of some of the more memorable technological inventions to make their premiere at a World's Fair, including television, the Ferris Wheel, and cotton candy.
Fair Park is one of Dallas' major tourist attractions. As well as being home to the State Fair of Texas, Fair Park has a number of museums and activities that are fun for the whole family all year round. Learn what's available at Fair Park for your next Dallas visit!
After reading 100s of scientific papers and following the science, I am 99 percent certain that the common Culex spp. of mosquito is one of the deadliest vectors of emerging Wolbachia (rickettsial) infections. And Wolbachia is also a reproductive parasite. Sadly, it appears the North American scientific community is funded (or rather, controlled) by Bill Gates. Not only does he invest in Wolbachia, he funded the two studies that claim it's safe enough to use, and he funds many people in positions of power and influence. Now that about 60 percent of Western men are suffering huge drops in sperm counts, this should be a wake-up call to the entire medical and scientific communities around the globe. Instead, it's all ignored. There is dead silence.
The Human Genome Project (HGP) endeavors to analyze the human genes so that deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) are sequenced and catalogued for identification of their biological functions and uses in the field of medical research and therapy.
I am still baffled that no one appears willing (in North America) to conduct a a broad range PCR screen for infection by Rickettsiales (Wolbachia genes detected in blood) before determining that a patient has uveal melanoma or non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. We have documented proof of a patient who recovered from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (in 2015) once his Wolbachia infection was treated. And in this case, there was no trace of the nematode worm that emits it. Instead, we are told, "Since the causes are not understood, there is no known way of preventing this disease." Now that the EPA is allowing MosquitoMate to release Wolbachia-infected Aedes males into the environment in 20 U.S. states, we had better take notice of the uptick in rare cancers (like uveal melanoma and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma) and demand that humans be tested for Wolbachia infections. Because there are treatment options: azithromycin, doxycycline, minocycline, or rifampicin. Some of these, I believe, can even be taken in combination.
I am increasingly becoming unnerved and alarmed by the striking correlations between Wolbachia-infected Aedes releases and life-threatening symptoms in young people. Even though the media isn't covering it, Culex spp. are Zika vectors. And in two of those Culex types - when they naturally acquired Wolbachia - became better vectors of West Nile virus and malaria. I highly suspect the same holds true for Zika. What every oncologist needs to know: Wolbachia can infect humans without any trace of the nematode that emits it. So, before removing eye balls or beginning any drastic form of treatment for lymphoma, you need to rule out (via a broad range PCR screen for infection by Rickettsiales), Wolbachia genes in the blood and tissues of these patients. We have strong antibiotics that can treat this infection.
During the warmer months, arts & crafts fairs are popular gathering spots for local community members. Artists and food vendors set up booths in hopes of marketing and selling their work. Have you ever wondered whether your work would make a profit at such events? Getting in on the action...