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We all heard about the explosion in facial cosmetic surgery when the selfie craze took hold. As the lens on a smartphone will make things look wider when taken up close, many people’s faces look fuller than they were in real life. This prompted many visits to plastic surgeons for a ‘correction’. Luckily, most of those people did not need anything done. Now comes the claim that playing on your smartphone will give you wrinkles on your neck. It appears that keeping your neck flexed for prolonged periods of time will cause wrinkles in the area, just like scowling can give you wrinkles between your eyebrows. So beware, limit the neck flexion and avoid the techie neckie!

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