Enlarge / Close-up of an opened prescription bottle, labelled as containing the opioid hydrocodone, as a number of its pills lie on a white surface, March 14, 2017. (credit: Tom Kelley/Getty Images)
An 84-year-old doctor in New London, New Hampshire, appeared in state court Friday in an effort to regain her medical license, less than a week after closing her office on October 28.
State authorities claim that—because Dr.

Anna Konopka doesn’t have a computer, much less know how to use one—her organizational skills are lacking, according to the Associated Press.
“The problem now is that I am not doing certain things on a computer,” she told the news service. “I have to learn that.
It is time consuming.
I have no time.”
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