Should I try Botox for my depression?

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It seems so odd, it just may work: Scientists are finding that using botulinum toxin injections to inhibit facial muscles associated with sadness and worry may actually relieve depression. The idea is to prevent the brain from receiving signals of emotional states from facial expressions, according to researchers interviewed on CBS News.

Recent clinical trials have found good results for the treatment. Patients who've found medications to be ineffective or who struggle with their advers...