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RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a type of web feed that is used to publish information that is frequently changed or updated (i.e. web blogs or news articles).
When a you subscribe to a feed, information is automatically downloaded onto your computer. Frequently updated or new content, such as news articles, can then be quickly and easily viewed via any preferred web browser that supports RSS feeds.
Because there are so many different types of information and ways you can search for information on Tropika.net, you can subscribe to customized RSS feeds by the use of filters. Filters are established as soon as you begin searching for information.
For example, you could subscribe to any RSS feed that would send you the very latest News Articles.
As an alternative, you could subscribe to a customized filtered RSS feed that would send you the latest News Articles about Malaria in Africa.
You can subscribe to any RSS feed by simply clicking on the universal RSS feed icon ().
Here are our basic (non-customized) Home Page RSS feeds:
Disease-specific RSS feeds:
Examples of customized, filtered RSS feeds (many combinations
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