RSS feeds

What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a great way for you to get the latest health topics from MayoClinic.org, as they are posted on the site. By subscribing to the MayoClinic.org RSS feeds, you can identify the types of content you are most interested in and receive an alert when new and updated topics are published.

How do I access RSS feeds?

You'll need an RSS reader to access RSS feeds. There are many popular, free RSS readers that you can download and install on your computer. If you don't want to install any software, you can also access RSS feeds through free Web-based RSS readers including Bloglines, My Yahoo and MSN.

How do I sign up for MayoClinic.org's RSS feeds?

Follow these steps:

  1. Download an RSS reader.
  2. After installing your RSS reader, you can add feeds from this Web site by clicking on the XML orange button next to the feed or pasting the URL into your reader.

Your RSS reader will receive updates from MayoClinic.org in the areas you have chosen. You can add or delete feeds at any time.

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