In the latest phase of our frenzied technological advancement, it's clear that yes, our gadgets do collect and use more and more information about us, and that that information progressively ramifies across more, bigger, and more integrated networks..
The LSU Health Sciences Center Department of Neurosurgery announced that Dr. Charles L. Branch Jr., chair of neurosurgery at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, will present a Grand Round “Spinal Balance and Posterior Lumbar Fusion Devises” at 4 p.
Global Wildlife Center is excited to welcome Kamelia! Kamelia was born to her mother, Kameel, on Sunday, July 30 th at 9:30 pm. Kameel, an experienced mother, has taken well to her calf. Kamelia is learning her new surroundings and has been adjusting well to her new 900 acre home!.
“Babies’ skin is less mature compared to adults, and infants have a higher surface-area to body-weight ratio compared to older children and adults,” explains Sachs. “Both these factors mean that an infant’s exposure to the chemicals in sunscreens may be much greater, increasing the risk of side effects from the sunscreen.
BATON ROUGE – On Oct. 28, the multistate game Mega Millions will undergo enhancements designed to create larger jackpots and more millionaires, according to the Louisiana Lottery. The starting jackpot will increase from $15 million to $40 million and odds of winning the $1 million match-5 prize will get better, going from 1 in 18.
Princeton Elementary educator Rosemary Grimm was one of three finalists for the coveted 2018 Louisiana Elementary Educator of the Year award. It is the equivalent of the Oscars for state educators, and Grimm brought the statuette home to Bossier Parish Schools.