shock treatment


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These features demonstrate it would be unfair to suggest it was all about barbaric lobotomies and electric shock treatment at these hospitals.
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BOSTON - State lawmakers are considering bans on aversive therapy that would end electric shock treatment at the Canton-based Judge Rotenberg Center.
These cells were mixed gently by tapping 4-5 times, incubated on ice for 30 min, which was followed by a heat shock treatment.
In it she reveals her real life was a series of emotional struggles, including battles with clinical depression that led to electric shock treatment.
Otherwise known as shock treatment, it has all the marks of physical torture.
That shock treatment (is) cracking them,'' he said.
Grandpa deserves to end up in a lunatic asylum, preferably one that dispenses plenty of shock treatment.
Thelma Dennis, 50, had shock treatment where electrodes were put on her fingers to send a jolt into her hand when she tapped out 999.
The earliest form of electric shock treatment involved electric eels.
Gareth Southgate was tonight asking his players to dig deep and give the champions another dose of shock treatment.
Colon had two pads on his right elbow following Wednesday's one-inning outing against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and was holding a battery pack that was delivering the shock treatment to what is now being called a minor injury.
She went to the Priory clinic and even had electric shock treatment to cure her demons.
In the pursuit of beauty, American women have variously plumped breasts with toilet-plunger-like suction devices (1890s), strapped themselves into fat-roller machines to press away the pounds (1910s), endured "electrode" shock treatment to zap away wrinkles (1920s), worn wire headsets to pull back cheek waddles (1960s), popped "youth" pills, and slathered on anti-cellulite lotions for generations.