Brittany Hines, D.C.
ANDREW OTEO, D.C.
Are Humans Growing Horns?
The recent media exposure of such technology injuries such as tech neck and video gamer’s thumb has shined a light on over-use injuries related to lifestyle. The most recent of such phenomenon was recently mentioned that humans (especially kids) were growing horns on the back of their skull as a result of over-utilization of smart phones and tablets. The question many have been asking themselves: is this fake news or is this why I have a bump in the back of my head?? I’ll start by breaking down 3 facts and then we can dissect further into this unicorn phenomenon.
Fact #1: Most mammals have a small bone bump int he back of their head...
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