Watch Now: Is virtual reality safe for children? † lifestyles

Virtual reality is quickly becoming a mainstream form of entertainment and communication, especially as it attracts more young people. However, is virtual reality safe for children to use? Experts address this question and talk about the negative effects. †

UBA gifts customers awesome digital experience at Valentine with new internet banking

Africa’s global bank, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, is set to launch the new internet banking, tagged ‘Made for Love’ in time for the Valentine season which is widely celebrated all over the world as the season of love. The newly upgraded internet banking has been fully equipped to provide a new digital experience … Read more

New iPhone Warning, iPad Pro’s Missing Features, Apple’s MacBook Pro Mystery

Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes a new iPhone security hack, the iPad Pro wishlist, the Apple Silicon M2 mystery, explaining Apple’s obsession with thirty percent, and Apple’s VR plans harken back to a favorite Steve Jobs catch phrase. Apple Loop is here … Read more

OLOL, LCMC pledge $245M to LSU: a lot for medical research, large chunk for athletics | Education

Our Lady of the Lake and the Louisiana Children’s Medical Center pledged a combined $245 million to LSU over the next 10 years, with a portion of the money dedicated to helping the school pursue National Cancer Institute recognition and decreasing cancer rates throughout the state. In addition to the funds intended for cancer and … Read more

Administrative hurdles threaten school mental health program

Providing a mental health service for high-needs students has become more complicated for Montana’s school districts. Some are opting for other services that advocates and mental-health providers say are inadequate. Over the years, Helena-resident Heather Ditch has tried several kinds of therapy for her seven-year-old adopted daughter. Her daughter, who we’re not naming to maintain … Read more

Just Two Simple Muscle Exercises Can Help Reduce Dizziness When Standing Up

Feeling dizzy or light-headed when standing is a common experience caused by a drop in blood pressure. When this blood pressure dip is very brief and rapid, and not tied to any other health problems, it’s referred to as initial orthostatic hypotension or IOH. New research suggests some simple muscle exercises before or after standing … Read more