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RSS Feed of Viral Hepatitis Blog Posts Now Available

Corinna Dan

As we prepare to observe World Hepatitis Day 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: http://blog.aids.gov/category/policy/viral-hepatitis/feed. “RSS” stands for “Real Simple Syndication.” RSS feeds are a way…

Updated New Media Toolkit Now Available on AIDS.gov

New Media Tool page

As a part of our technical assistance and training efforts with the HIV community, we provide resources on how to use new media. We recently updated the “New Media Tools” section of AIDS.gov. The section features overviews of various new media tools, and provides: a description of the tool data on who is using the…

Responding Rapidly to Public Health Emergencies Using New Media: Swine Flu

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As many of you know, this week, HHS declared swine flu to be a national public health emergency. At AIDS.gov we’re particularly concerned about this issue because people with compromised immune systems, including those living with HIV/AIDS, are more likely to become ill from diseases like the flu. New media tools can help support our…

Putting the Simple in Real Simple Syndication (RSS Feeds)

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How can you keep up with the never-ending parade of news on HIV/AIDS prevention, testing, treatment, and research? Many of our AIDS.gov colleagues use a great tool–RSS feeds–to help visitors to their websites meet the challenge of keeping current. But many others haven‘t adopted this new media tool yet–possibly because they are not familiar with…