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What are RSS feeds?
“RSS” stands for “Real Simple Syndication.” RSS feeds are a way to distribute online content such as blog entries, news headlines, and podcasts. With an RSS feed, you subscribe to a particular website and automatically receive updates via email or a news reader.
You can use RSS feeds to stay updated about new content from many different websites and organizations. You can also use RSS feeds to share news and updates from your organization with clients and colleagues.
RSS feeds in response to HIV
- Receive updates on breaking news about HIV prevention, testing, treatment, and research.
- Provide notifications about HIV-related events and activities.
Examples from the field
- AIDS.gov’s News and Events Updates
- CDC’s HIV/AIDS Prevention Resources
- National Institutes of Health’s AIDSinfo
- National Prevention Information Network’s Daily News Updates
- Medscape’s HIV/AIDS Updates
Where can I learn more?
RSS Feeds (PDF - 606 KB)
A one page reference regarding RSS feeds, what they are, and how they are being used in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Last revised: 06/05/2012