What is RSS

RSS is a way to tell your favorite websites to let you know when they have new content. RSS also allows you to access this content on your own timetable. RSS does not clog up your email.

First, you pick an RSS Feed Reader. A couple of free and easy to use ones are Google Reader and Bloglines.

Second, when you see an RSS icon, click it. The page that comes up will give you everything you need to enable the content you want to come to you.

For a simple and quick video description of how RSS works, view the video at the bottom of this page.

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Quality of Life (Aftercare)
By: Rachel Rettner of Life Sciences
January 12, 2010
New study finds that running in even the newest running shoes may be causing joint strain. Complete article
Reviewed by: Byron Rosenstein, MD
June 25, 2009
Quick tips to a healthier back. Complete article
Become aware of potential risks related to taking medication.
By: Barry Patel, Pharm. D.
January 20, 2009
Each year approximately 700,000 Americans make a trip to the hospital emergency room because of bad drug reactions. Learn guidelines to safely taking medications. Complete article
By: Raymond Margiano, PhD
October 29, 2010
Raymond Margiano discusses foot heath. Complete podcast
By: Raymond Margiano, PhD
October 29, 2010
Ray Margiano answers a listener question about wearing sandals and the amount of support they offer. Complete podcast
By: Raymond Margiano, PhD
October 29, 2010
Ray Margiano answers a listener question about running and how often to change out shoes. Complete podcast
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