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What is RSS?
RSS, sometimes known as Really Simple Syndication, is a popular means of sharing content (such as news headlines) without requiring readers to constantly visit a web site to see what's new. RSS feeds contain headlines and hyperlinks to longer articles or web pages. UCLAHealth.org's feeds are free of charge. 

How Do I Use RSS?
Desktop software applications known as news readers or aggregators can collect, update and display RSS feeds from a wide variety of sources. A number of news readers are available for you to download, many at no cost. Other versions are web and browser-based. Using an RSS reader, you can view data feeds from various news sources.  News readers vary slightly in how they look and act, so you may find yourself testing several before settling on one.  Once you have set up your newsreader, you can subscribe to the UCLA Health RSS.

Start by clicking on the RSS icon below or copy the URL and then paste into your reader. 

Health News
 RSS (really simple syndication) icon  http://rss.uclahealth.org
Clinical Updates
 RSS (really simple syndication) icon  http://rss.uclahealth.org/clinicalupdates
Classes & Events
 RSS (really simple syndication) icon  http://rss.uclahealth.org/communitycalendar
Health Tips for Parents
 RSS (really simple syndication) icon  http://rss.uclahealth.org/healthtips
U Magazine
 RSS (really simple syndication) icon  http://rss.uclahealth.org/umagazine
Physicians Update
 RSS (really simple syndication) icon  http://rss.uclahealth.org/physiciansupdate
Vital Signs
 RSS (really simple syndication) icon  http://rss.uclahealth.org/vitalsigns

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