Looks like Botox might just fix wrinkles and not migraines.
The FDA approved the drug for chronic migraine treatment back in 2010.
Now researchers say Botox might not help as much as previously thought.
They did find the drug reduces the amount of migraines for chronic sufferers just by two or three a month.
However, Botox did little to help those who deal with less severe migraines or tension headaches.
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