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This is what your smartphone is doing to your body


Good news: mobile phones don't cause brain cancer! 

Bad news: while the most recent long-term studies suggest your mobile isn't growing terrible tumours in your grey matter, it almost certainly is messing around with a heap of other bodily functions.

From posture problems to serious sight issues, the quick-drawing creatives of AsapSCIENCE unpack the impact mobile phones have on our bodies in their latest video, How Is Your Phone Changing You?

If you need us, we'll be rolling around on a yoga mat trying to undo some of the damage. 



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