A strange but new study shows that smartphones may be linked to horn-like structure growing on the inside of people’s skulls. The Scientific Reports study found bone spurs on the bases of skulls of around 400 adults. Bone spurs occur when inflammation damages the cartilage and the body tries to repair it by growing more bone. The study resurfaced after BBC published an article last week on how modern life is transforming and changing with technology use. Scientists says extensive screen-time, bending the head down for extended periods of time and poor posture may be the cause for the physiological changes.