ARE you in need of "BlackBerry" Botox?

The latest finding from beauty experts is that squinting for hours at a smartphone causes premature frown lines. It seems e-addiction is now damaging our bodies as well as our minds. We live in an “always-on” culture and that means relying on iPhones and BlackBerries to enable us to communicate and compete. But the Stress Management Society warns that our brains are not wired to cope with the demands of a digital age; people are Continue Reading →