Dermatologic surgeon's book explores emotional effects of Botox

01/22/2013 | New Scientist

Botox injections might not only alleviate the signs of aging, they might also improve depressed patients' mental well-being, dermatologic surgeon Eric Finzi writes in his new book, "The Face of Emotion." Finzi cites clinical trials that support his theory that injecting Botox into depressed patients' corrugator muscles to prevent frowning improves their mental outlooks.

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