When I run the code (e.g., take a look at the link in my comment), I get a file telling me:
! Error: Header does not start with magic character “>”.
This is the error you should look for in the output.
New Years Eve Fun – When To Go, What To Do And How To Stay Safe
New Years Eve has taken on the role of being a major event for the entire nation. Whether you are planning to be with friends or family, or go out for some sexy dancing, New Years Eve is something we look forward to every year! Last year I had planned to go out with a few friends. However, the flu outbreak struck and I ended up with a fever for the whole week of New Years. That was definitely a let down. This year we are going to stay in, have a few drinks and end it with a bang. Some people are even planning to be partiers on the beaches of Kovalam on New Years Eve!
With the New Year coming up fast, there is plenty of information flying around. So here I am giving you some important advice that will help you have a safe and merry New Year.
Where To Go
If you are planning to be out on New Years Eve, I would recommend you avoid all the popular party areas. Even if you are not going clubbing, avoid the beach as the entire area is under CCTV surveillance. If you want to be relaxed and not under the watchful eye of the authorities, avoid the city areas. Go to a nearby temple and spread the New Year cheer there.
Places To Avoid
Avoid a crowded area as it will make it harder to go anywhere if you are not comfortable with the people around you.
Avoid shopping malls as they will be heavily regulated.
Avoid crowded beaches. There will be a police presence to ensure that the night is safe and fun.
Avoid beaches that are popular because chances are that the area will be heavily policed.
What To Do
Spend some time with your friends and family and do all the nice things that we tell ourselves to do every year.
Have a New Year’s dinner with your loved ones.
Plan a nice dinner for your friends and make sure you include a dance floor for all your karaoke loving friends.
Have a few drinks, light fireworks, and watch the
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An age- and sex-adjusted estimate of the prevalence of obesity in 26 countries by degree of urbanization. Two hundred and seventy-five thousand deaths. It ranks the worst.
This study examined the relationship between air pollutants and obesity in 50 major Chinese cities from 1990 to 2007 by using the large-scale nationwide model monitoring data. Two-stage model regression method was used to analyze the relationships between the air pollutants concentrations, air quality and obesity prevalence. Based on the unstandardized results, the regression model showed that the coefficients on CO and NO2 were statistically significant for male, which showed the positive effects of the two pollutants on obesity. This result seems to confirm the speculation about the accelerating rise in obesity that is associated with elevated concentrations of CO and NO2. In addition, the pollution-related obesity on individual cities also generally showed a positive effect.
Preliminary findings suggest that the welfare of the young in the 2007–2009 Korean Income Panel Study is worse than in the previously studied 1997 and 2001 waves. The authors compare two differing life stages of early adulthood (21–28 years old) and mid-adulthood (28–34 years old). They found that older adults were less satisfied with their standard of living than younger adults. They also found that older adults are less likely to report depression and anxiety. Prior studies focused on the relationships between retirement status and psychological well-being. The data are from the seventh wave of the Korean Income Panel Study of 2,411 adults over the age of 18.
Although there is no record of anyone committing suicide by snowball, it’s been a reality in some parts of the world.Reports of people committing suicide by going into the snow are unusual because, in most cases, the cold weather doesn’t force their hands. But this tragic reality has been faced by the inhabitants of several Alpine villages in the Swiss Alps. But while the story sounds all too familiar, it is really a side of the story in how people used to solve problems and make their way through life.The reasons that are behind people choosing this method of ending their lives is because some see it as the quickest way to leave a problem behind. A problem that is bigger than them.And taking a long while to end one’s life isn’t the only issue that people have had to deal with when venturing out into the Swiss Alps. An additional factor is the safety of the people. Because while