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By putting their minds to it, students of hypnobirthing — a trancelike technique — hope to have a calm, pain-free delivery.

By Barbara Bourassa
April 25, 2004

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TUESDAY, 6:30 P.M. "Imagine you are standing in a kitchen, a favorite kitchen, filled with warm food and warm memories," says nurse Mary Goldsmith. The first-time moms and dads seated in a small conference room at Beverly Hospital are learning about a pain-control technique called hypnobirthing. (Full Article: 501 Words)

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