Excessive phone use leading to horns growing on skulls, says researchers

Excessive phone use leading to horns growing on skulls, says researchers

New research proposes that young people are developing horn-like spikes at the back of their skulls, hypothetically due to excessive tilt of the head from excessive mobile phone use. A study examined X-rays of 218 Australians with neck pain and aged between 18 and 30 and found that 41 per cent had grown lumps. However, a correlation between phone use and ’horn’ growth has not been established.

IIZard
IIZard
I Am Grug
I Am Grug 8 months

Who else just checked for horns

An Inappropriate Name
An Inappropriate Name 8 months

For real, the amount neck and shoulder issues in the next 20 years are going to be a big issue. Get off your phone and go do something outside.

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