The use of antidepressant drugs can contribute to faster aging, including the development of wrinkles, according to a study on identical twins conducted by researchers from University Hospitals Case Medical Center and published online in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
"A person's heritage may initially dictate how they age, but if you introduce certain factors into your life, you will certainly age faster. Likewise, if you avoid those factors you can slow down the hands of time," said researcher and plastic surgeon Bahaman Guyuron. Read more
Monday, April 13, 2009
Antidepressant Drugs Linked to Accelerated Aging and More Wrinkles
Here's a study with some depressing findings: antidepressant drugs are linked to accelerated aging and more wrinkles.