(KGTV) - Is cell phone use causing young people to grow horns on the back of their skulls?
That is unproven.
Research published this month claims people are developing horn-like spikes on the back of their skulls because they're tilting their heads forward while looking at phones or tablets.
But the New York Times points out the study lacked a control group.
Two surgeons also told the paper that bone spurs from leaning forward aren't nearly as big a deal as possible disc disease, neck misalignment, and permanent changes in posture.
This question was submitted to us by Alanna Cate from Sabre Springs.