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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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Part of getting older means accepting that it's OK if you can't, or don't, party like you did in your youth. In this episode, Chandler and Ross are super psyched that their old friend is in town and they begin to think of all the crazy shenanigans they can get into this time. When the friend bails, they realize they're content to have a calm and predictable night without him.

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While a report issued Tuesday argues criminal justice reform is working in New Jersey to reduce jail populations while keeping communities safe, the effects may not be as visible in Atlantic County, officials said.

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TRENTON — The state’s judiciary on Tuesday published its annual report on New Jersey’s 2-year-old bail overhaul, hailing the largely cash-free system for reducing “unnecessary detention of low-risk defendants.”

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Derrick Tyree Smallwood, the man who allegedly led authorities on a car chase through Albany, Lebanon and toward Sweet Home on Thursday, was a…

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