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Our lives are an uninvited adventure these days. Neighborhood walks replace usual routines and entertainment for many of us. Deep gratitude goes to those who carry on essential services while others must stay home.

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Older age isn't just about getting the benefits from AARP or the 39 cents senior coffee at McDonalds. It's not unusual for people to suffer hearing loss as they age.

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Friends and acquaintances from around the world are emailing to share with me their personal impressions of the atmosphere created by the coronavirus in their location. A sampling includes Rome, Taiwan and London — with photos.

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We all handle stress differently; in the midst of uncertainty, it's important now more than ever that we remember to practice self-care, be kind to one another, and take care of our mental and physical health.

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“There is something infinitely healing in these repeated refrains of nature, the assurance that after night, dawn comes, and spring after the winter.”

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As our community faces the challenges caused by COVID-19 by preparing our homes, finding online lessons for our children and working remotely, we can’t forget to take care of our mental health. Everyone reacts differently during stressful situations, but when a situation requires social dist…

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As a subscriber to my beloved island community newspaper, you (Leonard Woolsey) have my vote to do whatever the paper has to do to survive and maintain the dedicated, loyal and professional employees ("Daily News takes steps to adjust for the long haul," The Daily News, March 29).