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    Kines 199 Fall 2019

Teens are Growning Horns?

In this article, It explain how technology is putting damage in our bodies, especially our heads. The article states that teenagers are slowly developing an enlargement on their "external occipital protuberance". This is due to them looking down at their phones or screen for long periods of time.

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This article is very interesting not only by itself but also to its correlation with our recent class lectures. Much like how a lack of exercise  can cause osteoporosis or sarcopenia, prolonged screen time can impact the health of our... more »This article is very interesting not only by itself but also to its correlation with our recent class lectures. Much like how a lack of exercise  can cause osteoporosis or sarcopenia, prolonged screen time can impact the health of our skull. This article is another example of how our lifestyle impacts our body physically and as a result our health. 09-12-2019 12:12pm

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    Added to this shelf by: Evelyn Grimm, on 09-11-2019 12:12pm

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