What are RSS feeds ?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an effective way of staying up to date with new content posted to a website without having to visit the website to check each time.

To view RSS content you need programs called feed "readers" or "aggregators". You can subscribe to a feed by supplying a link to it. The program checks your subscribed feeds to see if any of those feeds have new content since the last time you checked, and if so, retrieve that content and present it to the you. Click here for a list of RSS newsreader software.

In addition, the latest versions of the Firefox web browser from www.firefox.com and Internet Explorer from www.microsoft.com have built in RSS newsreading features, avoiding the need for a dedicated RSS program.

On the right is the list of RSS feeds currently available on IrishHealth.com.

IrishHealth Feeds

News
Main Headlines
RateMyHospital News

Health Clinics
Alzheimers Clinic
Asthma Clinic
Crohn's Disease Clinic
Depression Clinic
Healthy Living Clinic
Heart.ie
mum.ie

Health Topics
Arthritis
Adolescent Health
Cancer
Child Health
Complementary Medicine
Dental Health
Digestive Disorders
Ear Health
Embarrassing Problems
Eye Health
General Conditions
Health in Ireland
Healthy Living
Heart Health
Men's Health
Mental Health
Older People
Sexual Health
Skin Conditions
Travel Health
Women's Health
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