New Study: People growing horns from cell phone use

A 'spike like' growth is being found on the back of the skull

In a brand new BBC report about the changing human skeleton researcher Dr. David Shahur of the University of The Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, says he’s noticed an increasingly more common horn or spkie-like growth at the base of the skull. They are now being documented as large enough to be felt through the skin.

“I have been a clinician for 20 years,” Shahur says, “and only in the last decade, increasingly I have been discovering that my patients have this growth on the skull.”

Human Horns via the NY Post

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