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Many older adults who didn’t grow up with computers and other gadgets might be hesitant to embrace electronic tools. But learning to use them can bring health benefits, says Dr. Salamon. During the pandemic, telemedicine has become a valuable way for people to connect with their doctors and keep tabs on their health. Computers can also help people stay connected with friends and family.

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The new Bolt EUV crossover joins a redesigned Bolt later this year, priced from $33,995. The Bolt EUV, 6 inches longer than the Bolt, has a 250-mile range, and adds 95 miles of range in 30 minutes with a fast charger. Also, it’s available with Super Cruise, GM’s hands-free driving assistance system.

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Showing up in person to help friends, families and charity organizations isn’t necessarily possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. While social isolation keeps us safe, it also cuts us off from lending a helping hand and getting a dopamine boost from assisting others and causes we believe in. Consider recreating those feel-good vibes by joining a mutual aid group or donating money or miles. Louise Sattler, founder and owner of Louise Sattler Consulting and Signing Families in Los Angeles, agrees: “Endorphins are created for a variety of reasons and so anything that gives you a rush for feeling good can be of help!”

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New Jersey’s latest unemployment filings exceeded last week’s historic levels, increasing to 206,000 in the week ending March 28, from about 155,000 the week before, the U.S. Labor Department reported Thursday.

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A. Its value may not be what you think it is. Surgical masks are porous and germs are tiny. The real value, said Dr. Robert Quigley, senior vice president and regional medical director of International SOS, a medical and security assistance company, is that you can't touch your mouth and nose as easily which means you might be less likely to ingest a germ.

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TRUMP: “I held back the money from Ukraine because it is considered a corrupt country.” — tweet Tuesday.

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The president and his allies insist there was “no quid pro quo,” which is Latin for, roughly, an offer of this for that.

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There's nothing wrong with asking for help. Managers and bosses should encourage it and even exemplify it.

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Most people are happy to lend a hand — but no one likes to feel used or taken advantage of. A vague request like: "Hey, I need your help with something," can be off-putting.

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