What is RSS?
||RSS is a convenient way to collect and organize the news and information you want in one place. It stands for "Really Simple Syndication." Many organizations and individuals publish RSS news feeds about their company, products, services or interests.
How to use Public Health's RSS feeds:
In order to view a compiled or aggregated list of news from a topic, you will need to use an RSS-enabled web browser, a news reader application or a web-based news reader to view RSS feeds. See sample list of available RSS aggregators that you can install.
Once you install an RSS aggregator (news reader,) click on an RSS feed button found on a designated Public Health Web page which will interact with your aggregator and pull up a list of the latest news about that item or copy the feed's address (the website address beginning with "http://") and paste it into your news reader. When we publish new content to RSS-enabled Web pages, linked headlines of the news feeds you have added will automatically appear in your news reader.
List of RSS-enabled Public Health webpages: