They say one should skip any article whose headline ends with a question mark but, here, we see what appears to be two headlines conjoined for some reason - was it indecisiveness?
@1 - The headline needlessly juxtaposes a positive benefit from using a tool, e.g. VR and burn victims, with sociological commentary on a tool's side effects: e.g. addition.

A similar headline appeared in The Stranger back in the 50's forecasting the advent of couch potatoes:

Watching television helps keeps us informed of the news, but could it be dangerously addictive?

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