Hypnosis instead of a pain-killing injection: researchers at the University of Trier want to know what happens in the brains of hypnotized patients. An effective treatment also depends on the subject being able to surrender control over themselves.
I used to believe hypnosis was utter nonsense, something that esoteric people with swinging pendulums do. However, a self-experiment taught me how wrong I was. Medical hypnosis can actually work. Larissa Warneck reports.
Radiating pain from the outside of the elbow to the forearm and wrist is known as 'tennis elbow.' It's a common problem, but the pain can be treated.
Ohio has executed its first inmate since a botched lethal injection more than three years ago. The execution paves the way for as many as 26 more in the state by 2020.
Governor John Kasich has pushed back the execution dates so a federal appeals court has time to rule on a controversial sedative's constitutionality. Critics argue midazolam leads to cruel and unusual punishment.
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