"PubMed RSS is now live. After doing a PubMed search, click on the drop down menu for "send to" and RSS is now one of the options. The feature allows you to specify a name for the feed and number of items to include."
This could be the perfect way to follow the new developments in a narrow field, or to look for updated answers to a specific clinical question.
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You can read the RSS feeds in the online aggregator Bloglines, in the browser itself (Opera 8.0) or in a stand-alone RSS reader.
By the way, if you have a Wi-Fi/Bluetooth enabled PDA, the mobile Bloglines is a great application.
For more in-dept information on RSS feeds, check out Using RSS Feeds - The Easy Way to Stay Up-To-Date article on this website.
RSS Feeds are now featured on the front page of Pubmed.
RSS Feeds Available from PubMed - U.S. National Library of Medicine
PubMed RSS Feeds - California Medicine Man.blogspot
Medicare just launched 4 RSS Feeds
Getting RSS feeds for most medical journals - MedPDA.net used the newly launched PubMed feeds to get RSS for all major journals
How-to: RSS feeds for medical journals - MedPDA.net
Web 2.0 in Medicine Presentations by a University of Michigan Librarian
How To: Create an RSS Feed for a Feedless Journal with PubMed. DavidRothman.net.
PubMed launches web app, allows mobile search of medical literature on smart phones http://goo.gl/iYwGN
PubMed adds social features - save and share your favorite articles http://goo.gl/pB306