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What is RSS?

RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is an easy way to receive automatic updates from MMWR right to your desktop or browser.  Using an RSS reader, you can subscribe to RSS content from MMWR and view the latest report feeds, including links to the full text of reports.

How do I get a News Reader?

There are many RSS news readers (also called aggregators) available for download from the Internet.  Click the following URL to locate an RSS reader that suits you:

List of RSS Readers from DMOZ

How can I sign up for MMWR RSS feeds?

To view MMWR feeds in your RSS news reader:
1.  Copy the URL of the feed below.
2.  Following the instructions of your particular news reader, paste the URL into your reader.

Note:  The average number of headlines is listed to help you customize the settings for our feed in your news reader.  Some readers default to only 3-5 headlines.

Title URL Feed Avg. #
of Headlines
MMWR All RSS feed 20





For more information, visit RSS at CDC.


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