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Excessive mobile usage causing horns to grow out of people’s skulls: Study

In an appalling and terrifying research study done at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia it has found evidence that states excessive use of mobile phones can have a fundamental effect on physiology.

Researchers have noticed horn like abnormalities projecting out if younger adults skulls as they happen to use an excess of smartphones in their daily lives.

The only good news in this respect is that this generation of people won’t grow devil-like horns out of their foreheads instead the horns grow out of the back of people’s skulls.

The researchers had to say that frequent use of mobile devices regularly tilts their heads forward to view them and that results the shift the weight of the head from the spine to muscles in the back of the head which causes bones to grow in the tendons and ligaments. It results like a horn like a spur that grows from the skull.

The researchers also add “Our findings raise a concern about the future musculoskeletal health of the young adult population and reinforce the need for prevention intervention through posture improvement education,” the scientists noted in the report, which was originally published a year ago, but has come to more prominent attention recently.”

Cellphone usage horns

The conducted study saw 1200 X-rays and covered a wide range of ages and one-third of those displayed the bone spur. This frequency decreased with the age and the more prominent ones were found in younger subjects.

Mobile phones have been criticized for the ill impact on individual’s health over the years and the researcher now state that this is the first time the human body has shown an adaption to the technology used in daily life.

They also stated, “An important question is what the future holds for the young adult populations in our study when the development of a degenerative process is evident in such an early stage of their lives?”

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