Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format for content distribution. Below, EPHA offers several RSS feeds with headlines, descriptions and links back to www.epha.org for the full story.
We encourage you to use these feeds. There are no restrictions on the use of these feeds other than not posting the full-text story on your website, just the link and summary.
If you use these feeds publicly, we would appreciate attribution to EPHA. This doesn’t have to be dramatic, but we do ask that you note the source of the information.
Please click on the title below to get the corresponding feed.
|Title of the feed||Description|
|Latest news||the 15 latest articles published by EPHA|
|Society||the 15 latest articles in the ’Society’ section|
|Europe||the 15 latest articles in the ’Europe’ section|
|Environment||the 15 latest articles in the ’Environment’ section|
|Economy||the 15 latest articles in the ’Trade’ section|
Several Content Management Systems can directly import these feeds and publish them on your own web site. The one we use does it. In fact, this is how we manage the newsfeeds published on our home page.
For your information, Sydesy provides us a direct access to the news source we publish.