We have a lot of new members. Learning to navigate Yahoo, especially NEO, takes a bit of work. Once you have it though, the resource is invaluable. If you are trying to find a particular file or topic discussion, and having trouble, please speak up. You are not alone and by asking you will help others.
There’s so much info here, the links below can help you negotiate the learning
curve and find background to questions and issues:
** DDT+E - Diagnosis, Diet, Trim plus Exercise - What is it?
Once at the above page, click on the list to the left for even more detail.
****START HERE folder. Similar to above but also has other great files. including how to start a Case History.
** What blood testing do I need for diagnosis?
** How to get help with Mineral Balancing
** How to search the FILES sections for documents with NEO. You must be a member to do this. Go to the FILES section via the web page
At the top of your browser window, look for the SEARCH FILES WINDOW and enter your search word(s). Try Diagnosis, for example. All docs with diagnosis in them will appear. In this case DDT Diagnosis, diagnosing Insulin Resistance, IR Pony Field Study, Low Dose Dex test and more all came up. Click on the Topic heading to open the document.
** Archived Messages - How to Search this treasure trove of information and
history in the NEW NEO format
** Current Case History filing cabinet accepting new member info. You must join this History group just like you did in the main ECIR Yahoo group.
Links to ALL Case History Sites (Scroll down to Links to ECIR History Sites.pdf)
***What you need to do to get hoof help. How to get good pictures.
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Owners, Moderators & Primary Response Teams of the Equine Cushing's and Insulin Resistance Yahoo group
REMEMBER: If you get an error message when clicking on a link or tiny URL, check your BROWSER WINDOW and remove “pets.” from the URL. You may also need to clean your Cache/history.
We know this is an extra step when you are in high anxiety. Hang in there. It gets easier.
If you are lost, speak up.