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Why should you consider using an RSS feed?
RSS will simplify the way you access and read the news from theheart.org. It will save you time by automatically pulling for you fresh content from your favorite cardiology news site. You will not have to search for new items anymore on the subject that interests you the most.
How do you get an RSS feed?
You have two options. You may already have a browser which has a reader included — if you are using Firefox, Safari (for Mac) or Internet Explorer 7.
If not, you can use an RSS reader available on the web. Most are free and can be easily added as a plug-in to your browser's navigation bar. Check iGoogle, NewsGator, Netvibes, or MyYahoo.
What our terms and conditions for using our feed?
We welcome you to use theheart.org RSS feeds. If you have a personal website or blog, we invite you to add any of our feeds to your page. However, please note that wherever you display content obtained from us, its source (from theheart.org) must be clearly identified. We reserve the right to restrict the use of our RSS feeds if the conditions outlined are not met. Commercial use of theheart.org feeds is strictly forbidden.
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