1. About the Idea That You're Growing Horns from Looking Down at Your Phone…  News18
  2. Forget "text neck." New research suggests humans are growing horns.  Big Think
  3. Horns are growing on young people's skulls, and phone use is to blame, research suggests  The Straits Times
  4. Could Texting Too Much Cause a Small Horn to Grow Out of Your Skull?  Rolling Stone
  5. Smartphones linked to bizarre horn-like skull bumps  CNBC
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The area of concern is the back of the skull where it meets the neck, a place that already has a slight, normal bump that’s easy to feel.The area of concern is the back of the skull where it meets the neck, a place that already has a slight, normal bump that’s easy to feel.

About the Idea That You're Growing Horns from Looking Down at Your Phone… - News18

Researchers say smartphones and other handheld devices are contorting the human form by requiring users to bend their heads forwardResearchers say smartphones and other handheld devices are contorting the human form by requiring users to bend their heads forward

Horns are growing on young people’s skulls, and phone use could be to blame | National Post

Researchers say smartphones and other handheld devices are contorting the human form by requiring users to bend their heads forwardResearchers say smartphones and other handheld devices are contorting the human form by requiring users to bend their heads forward

Horns are growing on young people’s skulls, and phone use could be to blame | National Post

Humans appear to be growing horn-like protrusions at the back of the head, and researchers believe smartphones and tablets may be to blame.Humans appear to be growing horn-like protrusions at the back of the head, and researchers believe smartphones and tablets may be to blame.

Cellphone use may be causing young adults to grow horns on skulls | CTV News

Mobile technology has transformed the way we live – how we read, work, communicate, shop and date. But we already know this.What we have not yet grasped is the way the tiny machines in front of us are remolding our skeletons, possibly altering not just the behaviors we exhibit but the bodies w...Mobile technology has transformed the way we live – how we read, work, communicate, shop and date.

Horns are growing on young people’s skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests | Toronto Sun

Mobile technology has transformed the way we live – how we read, work, communicate, shop and date. But we already know this.What we have not yet grasped is the way the tiny machines in front of us are remolding our skeletons, possibly altering not just the behaviors we exhibit but the bodies w...Mobile technology has transformed the way we live – how we read, work, communicate, shop and date.

Horns are growing on young people’s skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests | Toronto Sun

“I read where our species is growing a "horn" on our skulls above the neck because of cellphone usage. Yet another reason not to text and drive. What's your punchline?”

Dick Bremer on Twitter: "I read where our species is growing a "horn" on our skulls above the neck because of cellphone usage. Yet another reason not to text and drive. What's your punchline?"

WASHINGTON (WASHINGTON POST) - Mobile technology has transformed the way we live - how we read, work, communicate, shop and date. But we already know this.. Read more at straitstimes.com.United States News -WASHINGTON (WASHINGTON POST) - Mobile technology has transformed the way we live - how we read, work, communicate, shop and date. But we already know this.. Read more at

Horns are growing on young people's skulls, and phone use is to blame, research suggests, United States News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Young people are developing horns on their skulls due to shifts in posture caused by attention to mobile technology, according to researchers. The Washington Post reports: “New research in biomechanics suggests that young people are developing hornlike spikes at the back of their skulls — bone spurs caused by the forward tilt of the head, […]

Young People Are Developing Horns Due to Mobile Phones, Technology: Researchers - Towleroad Gay News

Some amount of young people may have tiny bones growing from the base of their skulls. But don’t freak out.Some amount of young people may have tiny bones growing from the base of their skulls. But don’t freak out.

‘Phones Cause Teens to Grow Horns’ Is a Dumb Tech Moral Panic - VICE

Forget "text neck." New research suggests humans are growing horns.

Mobile technology has transformed the way we live - how we read, work, communicate, shop and date. But we already know this.What we have not yet grasped is the way the tiny machines in front of us are remolding our skeletons, possibly altering not just the behaviors we exhibit but the bodies we inha...

Horns are growing on young people's skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests | Brainerd Dispatch

MILLENNIALS are growing horns out of their skulls due to excessive smart phone use.MILLENNIALS are growing horns out of their skulls due to excessive smart phone use. Scientists claim the spikes are a side effect of Brits spending nearly four hours a day gawping at their screens.…

Dozens of millennials grow 'horns' on their skulls from using smartphones too much, scientists claim

Two Australian researchers made the bizarre discovery while examining hundreds of X-rays of skulls, finding that about a third had bone growths.Two Australian researchers made the bizarre discovery while examining hundreds of X-rays of skulls, finding that about a third had bone growths.

The researchers said their discovery marks the first documentation of a physiological or skeletal adaptation to the penetration of advanced technology into everyday life.The researchers said their discovery marks the first documentation of a physiological or skeletal adaptation to the penetration of advanced technology into everyday life.

Horns are growing on young people's skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests | TheSpec.com

Technology can offer a ton of benefits, such as greater access to information, and quick, easy communication. But those advances may also come at a cost. Researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, say that people…Technology can offer a ton of benefits, such as greater access to information, and quick, easy communication. But those advances may also come at a cost. Researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, say that people…

Phone Use May Cause Bone Spurs To Form On The Skull, A New Study Says, & Here’s What To Know

Phone bone grown from shoddy body tone, it's shown

Bollocks or brutal truth: Do smart-mobes make us grow skull horns? We take a closer look at boffins' startling claims • The Register

The most recent study on skull "horns" was published in Scientific Reports in February 2018 and re-entered the news cycle after it was featured in a June BBC article discussing the effect modern life has had on the human skeleton. Scientists hypothesize these "horns" are connected to bad posture linked to phone use.The human body is malleable.

Skull "Horns" Linked to Phone Posture May Be a New Phase of Human Skeletons | Inverse

This week, the Washington Post grabbed plenty of attention for a story that claimed that kids are actually growing "horns"...

No, Your Kid Isn't Growing Horns Because Of Cellphone Use | Techdirt

The over-use of smartphones and hand-held devices like games consoles may be causing ‘horn-like’ growths on the back of the skulls of young people, scientists have warned.The over-use of smartphones and hand-held devices like games consoles may be causing ‘horn-like’ growths on the back of the skulls of young people, scientists have warned.

Over-use of smartphones may be causing ‘horn-like’ growths in young people