Has 'text neck' turned into 'phone bone'?
Could our modern obsession with technology be warping our skulls? Apparently, according to Aussie researchers, who believe a quarter of young people have developed bone outgrowths or ‘horns’ as a result.
The health scientists, from the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, have analysed more than 1000 X-rays of patients’ skulls, aged 18-86, from a single chiropractic clinic, with one in four 18-30-year-olds showing enlarged bone spurs (over 10mm).
This normal bony projection at the back of the skull, where the posterior