Here for the Yahoo Group home
page and then click on “Messages” (in the left column).
2a) You can either use the "Previous" and "Next" links to
browse through the entire Messages archive, and visually scan/read the subject lines of
all the emails for what you are specifically looking for. OR...
2b) You can type a word or phrase describing specific health conditions in the
"Search" box and then click the "Go" button. It will pull up a
list of links to emails that mention the word or phrase.
Also, if the "Next" link is active, click
it for links to more emails on other pages; then, use the "Previous" link to get back to earlier pages.
NOTE: You can search this same way
for anything -- health conditions, a person's name, a phrase from a specific email you're trying to find the original
post of, etc.
3) Whichever method you use, to read each individual email, click on each individual
subject line link.
4) When reading an individual email, click the “Back”
button in your browser to get back to the original list of links.
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