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Dr. Serdar Uckun of Stanford has posted a list of email discussion lists related to AI in medicine. Usenet newsgroups include comp.ai, comp.ai.edu, comp.ai.genetic, comp.ai.fuzzy, and sci.cognitive. AI-related internet lists include AIDev@aisb.edu.ac.uk (AI in developing countries), IAMEX-L on listserv@tecmtyvm.mty.itesm.mx (AI in Mexico and Latin America), ML@ics.uci.edu (machine learning), NEURON@hplabs.hp.com (artificial or biological neural networks), NL-KR@cs.rpi.edu (natural language and knowledge representation), VIRTU-L on listserv@vmd.cso.uiuc.edu (virtual reality), Vision-List@ads.com (AI and vision), and CybSys-L@bingvaxu.cc.binghamton.edu (systems theory). Two of the medical lists are MedInf-L on listserv@dearn.bitnet (medical data processing and informatics) and SMDM-L on listserv@dartcms1.dartmouth.edu (medical decision making). Additional health-sciences lists are in Lee Hancock's medical-resources.*.* in pub/nic on ftp.sura.net. [ai-medicine@med.stanford.edu. Jerome Soller (soller@asylum.cs.utah.edu), Neuron Digest, 3/22/93.]

Peter Kaminski maintains a list of health-related Usenet newsgroups. misc.health.alternative covers holistic medicine. Others of general interest include misc.fitness, rec.food.veg, misc.handicap, sci.sceptic, and several diet and nutrition lists. [kaminski@netcom.com, sci.med, 12/21/92.]

A Health Science resource list is maintained by Lee Hancock (le07144@ukanvm.cc.ukans.edu). The 6/1 revision can be FTP'd as file MEDICAL.RESOURCES.6-1 in pub/nic on ftp.sura.net. [HELP-NET, 6/2/93. net-happenings.] You can also get it with a "get medical resource" message to listserv@unmvma.bitnet. [Peter M. Weiss (pmw1@psuvm.psu.edu), CARR-L, 2/25/93.]

UMontana's Student Health Center has a new HEALTHLINE Gopher Server, at selway.umt.edu port 700. It provides general health information, not advanced medical research sources. (Use CAMIS for that.) [John-David Childs (jdc@selway.umt.edu), net-hap, 7/29/93.]

Discussion lists for wrist problems include sorehand, C+HEALTH, comp.human-factors, comp.risks, misc.handicap, sci.med, and sci.med.occupational. Sorehand and C+HEALTH are Bitnet lists. Send "sub sorehand your name" to listserv@vm.ucsf.edu to subscribe. Ditto for c+health on listserv@iubvm.ucs.indiana.edu, a list for computer-related health issues only. (You may have to add quotation marks to send submissions to "c+health"@iubvm.ucs.indiana.edu.) The RSI Network is a paper-and-email newsletter about repetitive stress injuries. Caroline Rose (crose@applelink.apple.com), 970 Paradise Way, Palo Alto CA 94306. $2 donation requested. [Dan Wallach (wallach@nas.nasa.gov), 8/14/92.] (I hear that the sorehand list has been quite active lately.)

There are over 850 health magazines and newsletters. Health Confidential is a new one from Bottom Line Personal. Three issues free, then $29.95/year; (800) 289-0409. [BLP, 10/30/92.] (Berkeley Wellness Letter is another good one, and one of the most successful newsletters ever.)

The Health Resource is a research company that will compile a report on any medical condition. $85-$150; (501) 329-5272. [BW, 10/5/92.]