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Botox Limits Ability to Feel Emotions

Thursday, 24 Jun 2010 08:30 AM


Botox, the popular injection used to fight wrinkles, limits the ability of your face to express emotions by paralyzing muscles. New research shows it also reduces your ability to fully feel emotions. LiveScience reports on the study which give validity to the idea that the act of smiling can make you feel happy, while frowning can make you feel blue.

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Botox, the popular injection used to fight wrinkles, limits the ability of your face to express emotions by paralyzing muscles. New research shows it also reduces your ability to fully feel emotions.
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