If you manage a “family-safe” website, we encourage you to publish our RSS feed on your website (for free) to inform as many people as possible about the latest health and nutrition news. We endeavor to update our news weblog and RSS feed daily with cutting edge content that appeals to a wide variety of readers.

Please read our Terms of Service (Terms of Use) page for conditions regarding use of our content and hyperlinking to this web site.

Note for Webmasters

To get the most search engine value out of our RSS feed, consider using A. Roundy’s free CaRP program to publish our feed on your site(s). This ingenious little PHP program converts the RSS feed to HTML code on your site automatically, in effect updating your web page(s) automatically with fresh content that search engine spiders can actually read. Search engines do not read javascript, and thus you do not get SEO “credit” when you use java to post someone’s RSS feed on your site. With the free CaRP program, however, the text as well as the title hyperlinks of the feed will be published in HTML on your pages as frequently as our RSS feed is updated. I found the program fairly easy to install and use, and it is available here:

CaRP – Caching RSS Parser

Javascript code for displaying our RSS feed

For those of you who wish to use only a javascript option, you can copy the code below and paste it into your web page’s HTML code wherever you want the feed to appear (but SEE NOTE BELOW).

<script language=”JavaScript” src=”http://landmark-project.com/feed2js/feed2js.php?src=http%3A%2F%2F
www.ihealthbulletin.com%2Fblog%2Ffeed&chan=title&num=6&targ=y” type=”text/javascript”></script>

NOTE: I had to put a line break after the 2F and before the www in the code above to make it fit on this page. When you copy and paste this code, make sure you delete that line break so the code is not interrupted.

The number of posts you want to have displayed can be changed easily. Just find the “num=6″ in the code above, and replace the 6 with whatever number of posts you wish to see displayed (up to 10).

Javascript does not always work easily in certain software platforms for blogs, and may also take some special code adjustments for PHP-coded sites.