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Our Hunchback Future

Could human bodies evolve because of technology addiction? A new study shows that this is a possibility.

Overuse of the Internet could change our bodies to have hunched backs, clawed hands, and a second eyelid! The average American is online for seven hours per day. Researchers used this to render 3D models of what could happen to the human body. They say something called “tech claw” could develop from constantly holding a smartphone. That means a clawed hand and a permanently bent elbow.

And the second eyelid? This would be your body adapting to try harder to get that blue light out of your head.

Excuse me while I go run outside like this!

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