Lately, it seems like researchers discover new benefits of Botox just about every other day. (Okay, that’s a slight exaggeration… but not much.) What is the latest gem to emerge from these studies? Apparently, Botox isn’t just good for your skin — it may also ease depression. The research, presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and lead by Dr. Ajay Parsaik, produced impressive results.
Reviews of data from more than five, large scale studied revealed that “eight times as many patients who received injections of Botox saw improvement in their depression symptoms when compared to patients who did not receive the shots,” according to Medical Daily. Researchers evaluated a standard metric (self-reported depression as gauged by the Goldberg DepressRead More