Teenager Jordan Robinson has faced excruciating pain since a backyard prank went wrong, but treatment with virtual reality has given him some relief, Reuters reports. Robinson, 18, and his friends thought it would be fun to shoot flaming arrows at bags full of gasoline in his backyard, landing him in hospital with severe burns on both of his legs. He's taking morphine for the pain, but he also has access to a tool not commonly used in most hospitals -- virtual reality pain reduction. While nurses manipulate his scarred and tender body through physical therapy, his mind is far away,...

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