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What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a format for sharing and distributing Web content. Using an RSS reader, you will be notified when a new news release is published on the NIAID website. RSS Readers (also called aggregators) will download the NIAID News Release RSS feed for you.

How do I get an RSS Reader?

There are many free RSS Readers available for download via the Web. They provide a variety of functions and each has its own advantages.

NIAID does not endorse any particular reader or aggregator. To find one that fits your needs simply search the Web entering the key words free rss reader.

What will I get with the NIAID News Release RSS feed?

You will be notified when a news release is published on the NIAID website. This notification will be delivered to your desktop, Web browser, or email depending on the RSS Reader you've chosen.

How do I add the NIAID News Release RSS feed?

Copy the URL below and paste it into your RSS reader. Reader setups vary. Refer to your reader's instructions for adding a feed.

URL to copy:

http://www.niaid.nih.gov/news/newsreleases/_layouts/NIAID.Internet.Controls/rssfeed.aspx

To remove the NIAID News Release feed, simply delete the NIAID News Release URL from your RSS reader.

Technical Support for RSS Readers

NIAID cannot provide support for RSS readers or to test this service with a specific reader. Users interested in using this technology or who need technical support should enlist the help of their computer support staff.

 

Last Updated April 23, 2010