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CHP news via RSS

RSS feeds available from CHP:

Press Releases


Communicable Diseases Watch (CD Watch)


Non-Communicable Diseases Watch (NCD Watch)


CHP newsletter




Health Professionals (Guidelines)


Periodicals and Publications
Include CHP newsletter, CD Watch, NCD Watch, Community Health Partnership Communication, Flu Express, Avian Influenza Report, Report on IPD, EV Scan, Poisoning Watch and Population Health Survey






Terms of use

Use of the CHP RSS feeds is subject to the terms and conditions outlined in the CHP Important Notices. CHP reserves the right to discontinue this service at any time.

What is RSS?

CHP news headlines and summary texts are now available via "Really Simple Syndication" (RSS). RSS is a straightforward way for you to keep up-to-date with the latest news via subscribing RSS feeds in the CHP website. While an updated news is published in CHP website, you will receive it automatically without the need to visit our website.

How can I subscribe to RSS feeds?

The most common ways to view RSS feeds are:

  • Using an Internet browser equipped with an RSS subscription function. Most browsers can present the headlines of RSS feeds in the form of browser bookmarks; or
  • Using a dedicated RSS reader, which is a software developed to view feeds with more advanced functions.

You can subscribe to an RSS feed in two simple steps:

  1. Choose an RSS reader to view a feed
  2. Indicate the RSS feed to which you would like to subscribe

Using a browser equipped with an RSS reader

Some browsers allow subscriptions to RSS feeds. The browser will display an RSS button at the end of the address bar or in the tool bar whenever you visit a webpage that provides a feed. Just click on the RSS icon to subscribe. You can then view the latest information via the browser's bookmarks or a shortcut in the tool bar.

Information on RSS subscription for Internet Explorer users
Information on RSS subscription for Firefox users
Information on RSS subscription for Opera users

Using a dedicated RSS Reader

Free RSS readers are easy to find by searching online with keywords such as "RSS reader". When you have subscribed to or installed a dedicated RSS reader, you can add an RSS feed by copying an address, such as "", and pasting it to the subscription box of your reader.