Now I know it sounds like a tabloid headline, but according to the Washington Post, backed by science, some of us are growing little horns in the back of our skulls, and it's due to cell phone use!

Australian researchers, published a study in Scientific Reports, say more people, young ones especially, are showing up with what's known as an "enlarged external occipital protuberance" on the back of their skulls, just above the neck.

Now scientist aren't exactly sure why this is happening but they do have a theory. Because of all the time people spend hunched over their phones, it's resulting in the formation of bone spurs, and head horns.

A sample of 1,200 people of all ages found the lump in 33% of the population, but most prominently in younger people.