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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By: John's Hopkins Medical Center
August 23, 2010
In this excerpt from an article in our Johns Hopkins Memory Bulletin, Dr. Brian Appleby talks about young-onset dementia, a condition that affects thousands of people under the age of 65. The Alzheimer's Association estimates that one person in every 1,000 below the age of 65 develops dementia. Complete article
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: Steven Reinberg
Reviewed by: Gretchen Tietjen, MD
January 6, 2010
A new study finds that adults sufferring from migrain headaches and other medical conditions were likely to have been abused as children. Complete article
By: Dr Marshall Nash
October 29, 2010
Full interview of Dr Nash's talk on Dementia, includes background information, answers to listeners' questions, and resources for further information. Complete podcast
By: Dr Marshall Nash
October 29, 2010
Dr Nash introduces a major health concern among men: what dementia is, how it develops, signs and symptoms, current research and medical progress, and prevention strategies. Complete podcast
By: Dr Marshall Nash
October 29, 2010
Dr Nash talks about the ApoE test, how your risks are impacted if Alzheimer's is in your family history, and lifestyle behaviors you can adopt to decrease your risk. Complete podcast
The Science Behind Stress Response and Illness
By: Craig G. Johnson, MD
August 3, 2009
Dr. Johnson explains how important it is to look at stress response and use the information to help prevent disease. He also explores the marriage of mind and body and how chronic stress impacts health. Additionally, he examines the contrast between old 20th century prejudices of "mental illness" and 21st century medical science. Part 1 of 3: 17:36 minutes. Complete video
How Stress Response Impacts the Risk of Disease
By: Craig G. Johnson, MD
August 3, 2009
Dr. Johnson further explores the ramifications of stress response including: how sleep deprivation can cause brain injury, how managing stress response impacts the survival rate of stroke victims, and the impact of chronic stress on inflammatory diseases. Part 2 of 3: 19:36 minutes. Complete video
There is No Such Thing as "Just Stess"
By: Craig G. Johnson, MD
August 3, 2009
Dr. Johnson continues his discussion of the impact of stress on health. Medical tests to measure the inflammation caused by stress are explained. And finally, methods of reducing stress and inflammation are discussed, along with a demonstration of acupuncture. Part 3 of 3. 15:43 minutes. Complete video
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