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Rxmed News (RSS) Feeds

What are RSS Feeds?

RSS is a format used to publish frequently updated content such as news feeds or blogs. RSS feeds allow you to get the latest headlines from a publisher as soon as they are published. Internet Explorer 7+ and Firefox 1.5+ have built in feed readers which allow you to view and bookmark feeds just as a web page to read directly in your browser. Also, programs called aggregators can check a list of such feeds on your behalf and then display any new or updated articles.

By subscribing to an RSS feed at Rxmed, you can keep yourself updated with the latest news on drug applications and approvals, clinical trials, FDA alerts, plus other drug-related topics.

How do I subscribe to an RSS feed at Rxmed?

An RSS feed can be identified by the following icon . To subscribe to an RSS feed, simply click on the icon. If you have Internet Explorer 7+ and Firefox 1.5+, you will be taken to a page which displays the latest headlines for that feed. This page should also display a link or links to subscribe to the feed.

You can subscribe to any number of RSS feeds.

What RSS Feeds are available at Rxmed?

The following RSS feeds are available from Rxmed:

  • Daily MedNews
    Newsworthy items on a variety of topics related to the pharmaceutical industry and to the development, efficacy and safety of prescription and non-prescription drugs and supplements.
  • Pharma Industry News
    Newsworthy items on a variety of topics related to the pharmaceutical industry and to the development, efficacy and safety of prescription and non-prescription drugs and supplements.
  • FDA MedWatch Drug Alerts
    Latest alerts to consumers and health care providers warning of recently identified adverse effects associated with currently available drugs and supplements.
  • New Drug Approvals
    Reports of FDA and international regulatory bodies' approvals of drugs currently in development.
  • New Drug Applications
    Reports of new drug applications (or withdrawals of such applications) by pharmaceutical companies.
  • Clinical Trial Results
    Latest updates on trial results from clinical trials currently in progress.
  • Labeling Changes
    Latest updates on drug labeling changes.

Using Rxmed news feeds on your Web Site

If you run your own website, you can display the latest headlines from Rxmed on your own site using RSS.

We encourage the use of Rxmed news feeds as part of a website, however, we do require that the proper format and attribution is used when Rxmed News content appears. The attribution text should read "Rxmed Headline News" or "Rxmed Clinical Trial Results" as appropriate. You may not use any Rxmed logo or other Rxmed trademark.

We reserve the right to prevent the distribution of Rxmed news content and Rxmed does not accept any liability for its feeds. Please see the Terms and Conditions for full details.