Day: November 27, 2020

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One out of every seven men tends to wait as long as possible to see their doctor. Don’t worry guys, you’re in good company. Women, conversely, are more health-conscious. They’re 33% more likely to visit a doctor when they have a health issue or injury. 

Last year was my first experience with , after about a year of putting off visiting a doctor. I rarely get sick, and it wasn’t a mission-critical issue (though it was something I wasn’t comfortable discussing with my doctor). Fortunately, I discovered that Blue Shield offered an online portal providing access to healthcare practitioners on demand. After a few clicks, I was live streaming with a nurse practitioner who provided the care I needed. Though the issue was unavoidable (it comes with age), I found the care efficient and enjoyable

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Most owners today look for a with a job description itemized something like this: 

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  • Creating round-up style posts from existing content;

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This isn’t a made-up job description. Business owners are looking for an “all-around” virtual assistant that just does not exist — a unicorn. In case you find one, could you send him,

Copper rallied to its highest in nearly seven years on Thursday on hopes that a vaccine for the coronavirus would galvanise global and boost demand for the industrial metal.

Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange was up 0.9 per cent to $7,368 a tonne at 6:00 pm (IST), after hitting $7,410 a tonne, its highest since January 2, 2014.

The metal, widely used in power and construction industries, has rallied 77 per cent since its March lows.

“Copper’s rise is generally macro driven because of the vaccine and risk sentiment remains upbeat …. We are seeing synchronised gains across all metals,” said ING analyst Wenyu Yao.

“Fundamentals look good but it’s the funds that are having enthusiasm for copper particularly right now.” A softer dollar also buoyed metals, as it makes commodities priced in the