The Daily Populous

Saturday June 12nd, 2021 evening edition

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YouTube suspended Sen. Ron Johnson’s account on Friday after the Wisconsin Republican posted his recent remarks about alternative therapies to treat Covid-19.

Johnson’s account is blocked from uploading videos for a week.

The company’s policy states it does not allow content that spreads medical misinformation contradicting local health authorities or the World Health Organization’s information about Covid-19, regardless of the speaker.

Trump is also still banned or restricted from using YouTube, Instagram and Twitter, among other platforms.

Corri Hess, the president of the Milwaukee Press Club, tweeted Friday afternoon that the group would not remove “the on the record event with journalists.”

However, by Friday evening, she posted that the video of the remarks had been removed by YouTube from the press club's channel.

"They have decided there is only one medical viewpoint allowed and it is the viewpoint dictated by government agencies," the statement continued. »

Nurse uses key, hairpin to try to prove she is magnetic from vaccine during Ohio House hearing (video)

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Joanna Overholt, who said she previously worked in an intensive care unit and is currently a nurse practitioner student, spoke during Tuesday’s Ohio House Health Committee hearing as a proponent for House Bill 248.

An anti-vaccine nurse in Ohio tried to prove the Vaccines Cause Magnetism theory in an state legislative committee.

“Receiving a COVID-19 vaccine will not make you magnetic, including at the site of vaccination which is usually your arm. »

Particle seen switching between matter and antimatter at CERN

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Antimatter is kind of the “evil twin” of normal matter, but it’s surprisingly similar – in fact, the only real difference is that antimatter has the opposite charge.

That means that if ever a matter and antimatter particle come into contact, they will annihilate each other in a burst of energy.

One hypothesis that the new discovery raises is that particles like the charm meson will transition from antimatter to matter more often than they turn from matter to antimatter. »

Vitamin D deficiency may increase risk for addiction to opioids and ultraviolet rays

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BOSTON - Vitamin D deficiency strongly exaggerates the craving for and effects of opioids, potentially increasing the risk for dependence and addiction, according to a new study led by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).

The lab data suggesting that vitamin D deficiency increases addictive behavior was supported by several accompanying analyses of human health records.

Massachusetts General Hospital, founded in 1811, is the original and largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. »

Ex-Prosecutor Pulls No Punches With Donald Trump: 'Unabated Crime Wave As President'

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A former federal prosecutor has called for the criminal prosecution of Donald Trump, saying he was responsible for “an unabated crime wave as president.”.

“If he is not held accountable, if we don’t prosecute him, then what we are doing is we are encouraging tomorrow’s version of Donald Trump,” he added.

“We have to prosecute today’s version of Donald Trump to send the message that we will not tolerate a runaway criminal president.”. »