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Photo Credit: Scientific Reports. Researchers have documented the prevalence of bone spurs at the back of the skull among young adults.

Scientists and doctors cast doubts on study claiming that prolonged cell phone use is creating bone protrusions on young people's heads.

A study reported that young people are likely to have skull growths researchers published a paper in Scientific Reports to little fanfare.