Botox jabs could be the latest weapon in treating severe depression

Could Botox jabs could be the latest weapon in treating severe depression – because it stops you LOOKING miserableIn a US trial, the treatment relieved symptoms in more than a quarter of patients – compared to just seven per cent of those given a placeboScientists believe it works because it physically stops people frowning, something which can trigger negative emotions | UPDATED: 18:18 GMT, 28 December 2012 Scientists believe Botox could help to treat mental illness It has long been recognised for its wrinkle-busting properties.

Anti-depressants could help stroke patients recover more quickly by "rebuilding" the brain

Anti-depressants could help stroke patients recover more quickly by 'rebuilding' the brain Drugs could promote the growth of new nerve cells in the brain or protect other cells damaged by strokeAnd by preventing depression, they may encourage more patients to be physically active | UPDATED: 00:07 GMT, 6 December 2012 Anti-depressants could help recovery after a stroke – even in patients who are not depressed, research suggests.

Number of men turning to surgery to get rid of "moobs" doubles in five years

'Moob' operations double in five years as men turn to surgery to get rid of male breastsFigures show 790 men underwent the procedure to remove their 'moobs' last yearFive years ago it was half that figureExperts say it is down to a rise in obesity and an imbalance in male sex hormones | UPDATED: 13:59 GMT, 28 November 2012 The number of men going under the knife to rid themselves of so called 'man boobs' has doubled in five years.

Taking Prozac? Dont drive: Pills raise risk of you having an accident by 70%

Taking Prozac Don’t drive: Pills raise risk of you having an accident by 70% | UPDATED: 00:15 GMT, 13 September 2012 Taking common antidepressants heightens the risk of accidents greatly Taking happy pills before driving makes you more prone to accidents, researchers claim.

Spouses of heart attack victims more prone to anxiety and depression because shock is similar to post traumatic stress disorder

Spouses of heart attack victims more prone to anxiety and depression because shock is similar to post traumatic stress disorder | UPDATED: 23:27 GMT, 21 August 2012 Spouses of heart attack victims are at high risk of anxiety, depression and suicide because the shock is similar to post traumatic stress disorder, according to research.

Dozy experts wake up to fact sleepwalking is twice as common as suspected

Dozy experts wake up to fact sleepwalking is twice as common as previously thought Causes of condition remain a mysteryDepressed people and drinkers more likely to suffer | UPDATED: 23:42 GMT, 14 May 2012 Supermarket sleep: Around one in 25 adults are sleepwalkers, around twice as many as previously thought, say scientists Twice as many adults suffer from sleepwalking than previously suspected, a study has revealed.