RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based content format that allows websites to syndicate (share) news and news-like content.
Software called news aggregators (or readers) can be used to download, organize, and read RSS feeds. A news aggregator can be a useful tool to help you keep up with the latest news from multiple different websites in one place. There are many free and commercial aggregators available for download.
DukeHealth.org currently offers multiple RSS feeds ranging from news items to advice for parents. Below is the list of current RSS feeds available.
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RSS is provided as a free service to visitors for non-commercial and private use, only. These feeds must be used as-is, with no editing allowed of the feeds, which includes:
Requests for uses not allowed by these terms may be submitted via the form at the bottom of the Contact Us page.
RSS feeds must be displayed in a manner such that links to the associated dukehealth.org web page are preserved, unmodified, and functional. No intermediate pages (splash pages) may be between the RSS link and the related DukeHealth.org Web page. The links' URLs may not be modified, and must be presented as received via the RSS feed.
Duke University Health System (DUHS) retains full ownership and all rights to these RSS feeds and the content to which they link. DUHS assumes no liability for your activities related to the usage of these feeds, whether on your website or otherwise. DUHS reserves the right to discontinue or modify these feeds at any time and without notice, and to require you to cease the display, or any other usage, of the RSS feeds for any reason.