RSS Feed of Viral Hepatitis Blog Posts Now Available

Content From: Corinna Dan R.N., M.P.H., Viral Hepatitis Policy Advisor, Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy, U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesPublished: July 23, 20131 min read

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As we prepare to observe World Hepatitis DayExit Disclaimer on July 28, we we'd like to announce a new resource here on the blog: we’ve made available an RSS feed of all the posts about viral hepatitis. You can find it at this address: https://blog section/category/policy/viral-hepatitis/feed.

“RSS” stands for “Real Simple Syndication.” RSS feeds are a way for websites to distribute their content to people automatically. You can read more about them on this HIV.gov new media tools page.

Using this new RSS feed, you’ll get the latest blog posts from HIV.gov tagged as “viral hepatitis.” To receive updates, you can add this to RSS feed to your feed reader (e.g., Feedly, Digg, etc.) or your Outlook feed reader. You can also display these blog posts on your website. Your webmaster can incorporate the feed into your site so visitors can see the latest posts about federal activities to address viral hepatitis and implement the Action Plan for the Prevention, Care and Treatment of Viral Hepatitis.

We need your support to get the word out about viral hepatitis updates and resources posted on our blog. Let us know what you think of the new RSS feed in the comments section below.