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Help for cervicogenic headaches

Cervicogenic headache is a type of headache that originates from the cervical spine (neck.) These headaches are often accompanied by neck pain and stiffness; reduced range of motion in the neck; pain on one side of the face, head or around the eyes; pain radiating down the shoulders or arms; ...

‘Floating Keyboard’ introduced with new iPad software

Here are a few more features of the new iPad software.New to iPadOS is what Apple calls a "Floating Keyboard" that you can activate by pinching the regular on-screen keyboard. The keyboard then shrinks, and you can drag it around the screen. This is handy because it allows you to type a quick ...

Cool features included in new iPad software

The new iPad software coming out soon will have some really cool features.Widgets in iOS are usually just a swipe away from the home screen. But when iPadOS launches, you'll be able to pin certain widgets to the device's home screen, making it easy to see information like upcoming calendar ...

College application season starts August 1!

Because I feel so strongly that early preparation is key to success in applying to college, I am going to revisit a topic I discussed last summer: the actual application process.There are a few different types of applications to use: The Common Application, The Coalition Application, individual ...

To every time there is a season

In the sea, in the sky, and in space, spring is a season of transition. And this year, it became my season of transition.Behind we leave winter's brooding power. Cool days, colossal waves, churning seas, rain-soaked clouds, early darkness. My favorite time of year.Ahead we anticipate summer's ...

Amazing new options coming out with the iOS 13 update

Wow! Get ready for a good one. There is a lot of new stuff coming out soon for the iPhone, iPad and MacBook. This new software update iOS 13 is amazing. There is so much that they'll need to write a 300-page book on it, but I'm just going to go over the best ones that I think you could use ...

How to use Hot Corners

On my iMac, I use what is called Hot Corners to bring up and show all my Application icons. Otherwise, I'd have to click on GO at the top line, then Applications and then on the Icon to open up a program. But now I have an easier way to open up a program.First click on Settings, Mission ...

Treatment for cervical ‘pinched nerves’

Cervical radiculopathy, commonly called a "pinched nerve," occurs when a nerve in the cervical spine (neck) is compressed or irritated. Symptoms may include "pins and needles," burning sensation, numbness and tingling, pain, and muscle weakness radiating from the neck into the head, shoulder ...

College Spotlight: Loyola Marymount University

Every year, I visit a few colleges or universities around the country, so I can better assess the schools for compatibility for my students. The process I go through is not unlike that of a visiting high school student. I take tours, I meet with admissions representatives and I ask lots of ...

Tricks for Windows users

Hey all you Windows users - this one is for you. I have a bunch of tricks that may come in handy.First one is called Timeline. It's basically like a browser history for all your desktop programs, showing files you've opened previously in chronological order. Go there by clicking on the Window ...