The Daily Populous

Thursday August 27th, 2020 day edition

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But, there is a whole other group of people, who try as they might, have never been able to enjoy Hershey’s chocolate.

It’s kind of like cilantro or even floral flavored cookies: usually you either love it or hate it.

As it turns out, in the case of Hershey’s there might be good reason why some folks just don’t like it.

To some people Hershey’s chocolate contains a flavor that other chocolates do not.

It’s one reason why many people believe that it has to do with the quality of the chocolate.

Americans are believed to be used to the taste of butyric acid in their chocolate, having grown up eating Hershey’s and similar brands.

Hershey’s has never commented on the presence of butyric acid or any “tangy” flavors in their products. »

Coronavirus: Obesity 'increases risks from Covid-19'

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Being obese doubles the risk of hospital treatment from Covid-19 and increases the risk of dying by nearly 50%, a global analysis suggests.

Obesity makes other diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure more likely, the US researchers say.

Along with a weakened immune system, this can make these individuals more vulnerable to severe Covid-19. »

Christchurch shooting: mosque gunman sentenced to life without parole

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Australian terrorist did not oppose the unprecedented sentence, which comes after three days of emotional victim impact statements.

The terrorist who killed 51 Muslim worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, will spend the rest of his life in jail, a judge has ruled.

It is the first time under current New Zealand law that a sentence of life without the possibility of parole has been imposed. »

The NBA strike is the most effective RNC counterprogramming possible

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Michael McHale, president of the National Association of Police Organizations, is one of the featured speakers.

His group endorsed President Trump last month, citing Trump's support "during this time of unfair and inaccurate opprobrium being directed at our members by so many."

So there was a sense among players, after the shooting of Blake, that it was time for more dramatic action. »