A 2016 study by Australian researchers is generating a buzz on the internet. The University of the Sunshine Coast study suggests cellphones and other hand held mobile devices is causing some young people – between 18 and 30 years of age – to develop “horn-like” bone growths at the base of their skulls.
Science in a Minute 62119 Horn-Like Bone Growths May Be Caused By Mobile Phone Use
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