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Keeping Current with RSS

Below is a list of RSS feeds available in the area of biomedicine. More information on what RSS feeds are and how RSS is beneficial in keeping current on news, blogs, and research is found at RSS: Frequently Asked Questions. Additionally, the Libraries have created a page that provides some information on RSS Feed Readers (notably replacements for Google Reader, which will not be available after July 1st, 2013).

Note: for additional feeds from these resources and elsewhere on the web, the following icon is often used to denote an available RSS feed:


 Medical Journal/Journal Article RSS Feeds
Customized search results are pushed to users as a RSS feed as articles are added to PuMed. Instructions on how to set-up a PubMed feed are available.  

Medical Journals
These major medical journals have feeds to alert users to upcoming articles and research.
- Lancet
- New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) 

Medical Journal RSS Feeds
A listing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Ebling Library of journals that have feeds available. 
 Other Biomedical RSS Feeds & Podcasts
DailyMed Drug Label Updates
High quality information about marketed drugs from the NIH.
Nature Publishing 
Nature Publishing has numerous feeds available on its various publications. 
Science Magazine 
Science offers various feeds to keep current on research articles.  
Medical RSS filter search engine. Searchable by keyword or by category. 
National Library of Medicine RSS Feeds & Podcasts
A list of NIH and NLM feeds including PubMed Central, Library LinkOut and NIH Clinical Alerts. 
National Institutes of Health (NIH) 
Numerous NIH institutes and departments offer RSS feeds and more, including the Office of Extramural Research.  
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 
The CDC has many feeds available, including Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, CDC Online Newsroom, and Preventing Chronic Disease Journal.
World Health Organization (WHO) 
WHO has feeds available on disease outbreaks including avian flu. 
A web site where academics can share papers and books they are reading. Feeds for new items added by groups, individuals or by topic are available.
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