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[alt.backrubs] Frequently Asked Questions (FAQL), (5/5)
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     The entries in this section are in the format described in question
5.2.  If you don't understand the format then read the example above 
before reading this section.

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a) List of Medical FAQLs
   Subject: List of Medical FAQ Postings
   <URL:ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet-by-group/news.answers/medicine/
        med-faq-list>

        The document is no longer current.  The maintainer gave up becaue
it generated too much junk mail!  Scum who harass the rest of us take note.
See also question 1.6.
        The description below was part of version 2.0 of the document
(posted on 1 September 1995).  In message
<med-faq-list-0109951257160001@cybertas.demon.co.uk>
med-faq-list@cybertas.demon.co.uk (Bruce C McKenzie) wrote:
>----------------
>About This File:
>----------------
>
>     This file is a list of 'Frequently Asked Questions' and other
>     periodical documents on medicine/health-related topics posted to
>     UseNet Newsgroups on the Internet. FAQ-type documents elsewhere
>     (such as on the WWW) are also included. These medical/
>     health-related FAQs are of value to both patients and health
>     professionals, as they highlight the most common concerns held by
>     sufferers, and help to fill the health information void. Some are
>     qenuinely frequently asked questions from Usenet discussions;
>     others represent the efforts of individuals to share information
>     they have collected. Please remember that the information found in
>     these FAQs may not represent general medical opinion, and should
>     not be a substitute for consulting your doctor or other healthcare
>     professional.
        [This entry was added on 1 September 1995 and
         last updated on 13 March 1997.]

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b) Stretching and Flexibility FAQL
   Subject: Stretching and Flexibility FAQ  [etc.]
   Newsgroups: rec.martial-arts, misc.fitness.misc, misc.fitness.aerobic,
     misc.fitness.weights, rec.arts.dance, alt.arts.ballet, rec.sport.misc,
     alt.answers, rec.answers, misc.answers, news.answers   
   Archive-name: stretching/*
   FTP-site: <URL:ftp://cs.huji.ac.il/pub/doc/faq/rec/>
   WWW: <URL:http://www.cs.huji.ac.il/papers/rma/stretching_toc.html>
   N.B.: The archive's `self.mas' file has information about stretching. 
   [This entry was updated on 19 September 1995.]

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c) Typing Injuries FAQL
   Subject: FAQ: Typing Injuries [etc.]
   Newsgroups: sci.med, sci.med.occupational, comp.human-factors,
     comp.answers, sci.answers, news.answers 
   Archive-name: typing-injury-faq/*

   WWW: <URL:http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~dwallach/tifaq/>
   [The WWW address was included here on 24 March 1996.]

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