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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Prevention & Early Diagnosis
Personal Health Magazine
By: Jane E. Brody
March 1, 2010
Personal Health magazine publishes the latest in a series of studies that prove what we all know...exercise is healthy. Complete article
By: American Academy of Neurology
November 23, 2009
Moderate-to-high intensity exercise such as jogging, swimming or tennis may help reduce stroke risk in older men. Complete article
July 9, 2009
A basic, easy to understand overview of how Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is diagnosed along with helpful links and resources. Complete article
By: Marshall Nash, MD
June 28, 2010
Marshall Nash, MD, discusses the forms of dementia, the risks and what actions we can take. Complete podcast
By: Marshall Nash, MD
June 28, 2010
Marshall Nash, MD, shares a single bit of advice to people concerned about issues of mental function as we age. Complete podcast
By: Marshall Nash, MD
June 28, 2010
Marshall Nash, MD, offers a resource for more information about dementia. Complete podcast
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