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  The complete lists of subparts of all questions is in part 0 of this FAQ
list.  Here is the list of subparts for this question (in no particular
order):
  (a) A basic guide to Aromatherapy
  (b) The Center for Reiki Training
  (c) Complementary Medicine WWW Page
  (d) Aesclepian Chronicles
  (e) The OrMed Mailing List WWW Page
  (f) An Illustrated Guide to Muscles & Medical Massage ...
  (g) Where is the archive for newsgroup X?

     The `w3.sites' and `WWW/other-sites.html' files in the archive may
contain references to some WWW sites not listed here.  Details about the
archive appear in question 5.1.2.

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a) A basic guide to Aromatherapy
Graham Sorenson created and maintains a basic guide to Aromatherapy and
massage oils.  It includes a guide to how to use oils and detailed
information about some oils.
   WWW: <URL:http://www.fragrant.demon.co.uk/index.html>
   [This entry updated on 11 August 1996.; Current as of 13 Oct 2001]

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b) The Center for Reiki Training
     `The Center for Reiki Training, a non-profit organization, offers an
open flow of energy and information to assist all Reiki practitioners and
Reiki teachers in doing the best job possible for themselves and their
clients.' (quoted from the webpage on 2 March 1997)

  WWW: <URL:http://www.reiki.org/>

[Entry included on 2 March 1997, Current as of 13 Oct 2001]

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c) Complementary Medicine WWW Page
In article <pbower-0903950923190001@lanrover1-gilmer-a2.acc.virginia.edu>
pbower@virginia.edu (Peter J. Bower, M.D.) wrote
>For those interested, I have begun to link the information available on
>all forms of complementary medicine topics onto a www page.
>
>If for no other reason then to check out the diversity of topics please
>point your browser at :
>
>http://galen.med.virginia.edu/~pjb3s/ComplementaryHomePage.html

  WWW: <URL:http://www.peterbower.com/Complementary_Practices.shtml>
  [URL updated on 13 Oct 2001]

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d) Aesclepian Chronicles
        The Chronicles are an electronic journal published using the WWW.
Here is an expert from the journal as it appeared on 30 April 1995:
     The editorial policy of Aesclepian Chronicles is to publish
     informative and inspirational articles about the many new
     complementary and allopathic treatment modalities that are
     emerging.  These modalities may be approached from both a
     personal and a clinical perspective.  The editorial goal of
     Aesclepian Chronicles is to critically evaluate the role,
     usefulness and applicability of complementary alternatives within
     the mainstream of medicine.  We are interested in both the
     clinical and philosophical implications of the interaction of
     complementary and allopathic medicine.  Equally of interest are
     the structural and economic issues as they relate to the attempts
     to reform the national [U.S.A.'s] health system.

  WWW: <URL:http://www.forthrt.com/~chronicl/archmay/homepage.htm>
  [URL updated 13 Oct 2001]

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e) The OrMed Mailing List WWW Page
        According to the 22 April 1995 version of this document: `OrMed is
a mailing list dedicated to the discussion of Oriental Medicine in all its
forms, including acupuncture, herbs, massage, breathwork, exercise and
more! We now have over 200 subscribers to the OrMed mailing list, from 11
countries and are growing all the time.'  The document is meant to make it
access to the list message archives, FAQs, etc. easier for WWW users.
Norman Kraft <nkraft@bkhouse.cts.com> is the maintainer.

        I could not find a webpage specifically devoted to the mailing list
on 13 October 2001, but I did find several references to the list.  If you
are interested in the list then you should use a WWW search engine to find
current infomation about it.

  [Entry updated 13 Oct 2001]

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f) An Illustrated Guide to Muscles & Medical Massage Therapy for Pain
   Relief and Postural Alignment in Children, Teens & Adults

   James H. Clay ("Doc") <doc@danke.com> describes the page he
created thus:
     The page is intended as an educational page; it links to a number
     of pages with descriptions and photographs of pain referral zones
     and mt work on a variety of specific muscles, with some
     discussion of those muscles and what they do and how and why they
     can cause pain and dysfunction. It also includes photos of
     posture examination and of results of work with idiopathic and
     postural scoliosis. In addition, there are a number of text pages
     that elaborate on various aspects of massage therapy treatment.

  WWW: <URL:http://danke.com/Orthodoc/>

[This entry added on 13 May 1996, updated URL and e-mail address with
information by e-mail from James Clay on 14 March 2001;
Current as of 13 Oct 2001]

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g) Where is the archive for newsgroup X?
        See question 5.2.6(d).

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