Look up, pay attention. Sustained bad posture over a tiny screen could lead to one of these. It does look sort of like a horn. But actually this is a bone spur near the base of the skull. Researchers in Australia examined hundreds of X-rays and found that roughly 40 percent of people 18 to 30 years old who use their phones more than four and a half hours a day developed the growth. The likely cause, all that hunching over sending text and checking social media. Do you find yourself on your phone a lot?
Yeah I'm addicted because it's obsessive and you like that and your body is all like screwed off. This kind of bone spur is typically something elderly people might develop after decades of bad posture. Not young adults. It's really scary, it's a it's a big find it's a big sign. It tell us that we're changing. I mean we're changing the physical aspects of human beings. Add the horn to a growing list of ailments caused by our tech use like text neck and texting thumb. So what's the solution? Prop up tablets on a pillow hold screens higher or here's an idea just put the phone down altogether.
1.lead to 导致
Their disagreements lead to violence on the streets of Gaza.
Only put down those unnecessary burden, we can go all the way.