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James Braid (19 June 1795 – 25 March 1860) was a Scottish surge...

wikipedia - 13 Nov 2016
James Braid (19 June 1795 – 25 March 1860) was a Scottish surgeon and "gentleman scientist". He was a significant innovator in the treatment of club-foot and an important and influential pioneer of hypnotism and hypnotherapy. He is regarded by many as the first genuine "hypnotherapist" and the "Father of Modern Hypnotism".
james braid (surgeon)

State of Hypnosis

Slate Magazine - 13 Nov 2017
It was on this day in 1841 that a Scottish surgeon named James Braid first witnessed a public demonstration of what he would later name hypnosis. You may use the comment thread on this page to discuss the legacy of this early champion of mesmerism, or ...
james braid (surgeon)

Hypnosis in the Operating Room

Texas Medical Center (press release) - 09 Mar 2018
In the 1840s, Scottish neurosurgeon James Braid developed a technique of deep relaxation and visual fixation to guide patients into a trance and help alleviate their pain. He coined the term “hypnosis” and defined it as “the induction of a habit of ...
james braid (surgeon)

32 Year-Old LeBron James Wants Answers To His Hairline Dilemma

BET - 10 Oct 2017
Braids add a great amount of tension on your hairline. It's not a good idea to rock cornrows if you're concerned about keeping that lining intact. Think stress, think hairline back to the middle of your head every time you ask for somebody to braid ...
james braid (surgeon)

What Does It Mean to Die?

The New Yorker - 29 Jan 2018
Nailah asked Children's Hospital to perform a tracheotomy, a surgery that enables ventilator air to be pumped directly into the windpipe—a safer way for Jahi to breathe when transported to a new hospital. The hospital's ...

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