A collection of Medical RSS Feeds
Right now I have a modest number of feeds - 75. Some are medical others are news, blogs and tech sites. Here's a screenshot:
By clicking on the feed item on the left, the right hand panel will display the site's current feed listing with a Headline and then a brief description of the topic. If you click on the Headline, then your browser will open up a page and take you to the site where you can read the details which interest you. This way you can browse through the website's updated contents very quickly.
OK, hope that's got your appetite whetted. Now on to some real world examples. To add these feeds to Bloglines, just hover your mouse over one of the links below, then Right Click, and select Copy Shortcut (for IE) or Copy Link Location (for Firefox). Then in Bloglines, click on the Add link and then Paste the RSS feed URL in the box and hit the Subscribe Button. Choose the Feed Folder (category) or add it to a new one. I have a feed folder called Journals for all my Journal feeds, and one called Medical for the Medical news feeds. That's it!
Medscape Medscape requires (free) registration. But they have a tone of RSS feeds which you can pick and choose according to your taste. Medical News Today Good site for general medical and health news
But what if the Journal you are interested in does not provide RSS feeds?
Here's a useful tip. You can use Pubmed to output the latest journal articles/publications from any journal as an RSS feed! Here's how:
For example for the MJM, you can ask Pubmed to display only MJM publications (use the Limit function and enter Med J Malaysia to limit to this journal) and in the Pubmed Search box, you would have only
Visit the MMR posting on RSS Feeds