Table of contents for The guide to complementary and alternative medicine on the Internet / Lillian R. Brazin.


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CONTENTS 
Preface 
Acknowledgements 
Chapter 1. Words of Wisdom 
Introduction 
How I Selected These Web Sites 
Why Read This Book? 
Let the Searcher Beware: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly-- 
Evaluating CAM Web Sites 
Getting Started 
Netiquette 
Chapter 2. General Web Sites 
Search Engines 
Discussion Groups (Listservs, Chat Lines, Newsgroups) 
Megasites (Medical School, Academic, or Library-Based) 
Associations/Organizations 
General CAM Web Sites (Not Produced by Libraries, 
Universities, or Medical Schools) 
General Government Resources 
Chapter 3. A Sampling of CAM Therapies and Philosophies 47 
Acupuncture 
African-American Wellness 
Alexander Technique 
Aromatherapy 
Ayurvedic Medicine 
Biofeedback 
Chinese or Asian Traditional Medicine 
Chiropractic 
Feldenkrais Work 
Guided Imagery 
Herbal Medicine 
Hispanic Herbalism 
Holistic Medicine 
Homeopathic Medicine 
Humor or Clown Therapy
Huna 
Hypnosis 
Massage Therapy 
Naturopathic Therapy 
Nutrition 
Osteopathic Medicine 
Pet Therapy 
Pilates Method 
Polarity Therapy 
Rolfing 
Shamanism 
Spirituality, Prayer 
Veterinary CAM 
Chapter 4. CAM for Specific Illnesses or Symptoms 
Cancer 
Crohn's Disease/Colitis/Irritable Bowel Syndrome 
Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 
Hepatitis C 
Menopause 
Multiple Sclerosis 
Parkinson's Disease 
Sickle Cell Disease 
Chapter 5. Parting Advice: Ready, Set, "Google" 
Index 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Alternative medicine Computer network resources Directories