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Melanie Moon Jun 20
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Joshua Alpert, MD Jun 21
PSA: Your cell phone is not going to cause you to grow . Please debunk this myth everywhere you hear it, because it is absurd.
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من Jun 19
"First performance"
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Cameron Clark Jun 23
The reason I can’t watch
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Anita DeLeon💀 Jun 21
So apparently our new tech-based posture is causing bone spurs on the base of the skull. Give it a couple generations and these *Phone Spurs* may become actual horns. Anyway this is my take.
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TDro Makes the Dreamgo Jun 15
This is starting to get a wee bit hard to manage. Time for an inventory.
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OpenArticle Jun 22
Horns are growing on young people’s skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests. !
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QED, Comedy Lab 5h
😮 Better get some tickets to for some quality phone free time! 😈
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SmartApe Jun 20
My kids dont have growing out of their skulls for overuse of their cellphones. Only time they put it up to their heads is when I call to see why they aren't answering my texts
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Tha Truth 1h
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Eric Klein Jun 21
Are young people growing because of mobile ? Not so fast | Gideon Meyerowitz-Katz
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Alan Emtage Jun 22
About the Idea That You’re Growing From Looking Down at Your
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Debasish Sinha Jun 20
Are young people growing as a result of too much use? The New research says yes. We should keep...
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((( CITechRPM ))) ⏏ Jun 20
If you're young and you use a , you might just be growing ??.....?? !
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Mail Tribune Jun 21
Those who have the hornlike feature likely can feel it.
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Empire Sports PT Jun 22
There is a new study going around about text neck causing in the back of the neck. Bone grows as a result of stress, so as you can see, the further forward the head is bent, the more force it takes to hold the head up. The muscles are Pulling on …
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Hannah Jun 18
Hey tweeps! Does anyone have reading recommendations relating to either or in 19th C. music? Looking for anything addressing connotations linked to either , hermeneutic meaning, or significant uses etc. All suggestions welcome!
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Robin Folsom Jun 22
It is impossible to read this article and not immediately feel around on your head.
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GapStargate “Get into the Gate Again” 🚔LivePD A&E Jun 20
Holy hell this is possible material for a great horror movie.
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Andrew Ford Jun 20
I wonder how many of you will check the back of your skull for a protrusion after reading this. Let me know if anyone finds any .
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