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RSS feeds - also known as Web or News Feeds - allow you to see when the National Preparedness Month Web site has added new content. You can get our latest headlines in one place, as soon as they are published, without having to visit the National Preparedness Month site. National Preparedness Month offers RSS feeds for the latest Press Releases.

National Preparedness Month's RSS feeds are provided free of charge for commercial/non-commercial use by individuals and organizations. National Preparedness Month headlines may be displayed on your Web site.

Subscribing to RSS Feeds through Web Browsers

Some Web browsers, including Internet Explorer 7, Firefox, Opera, and Safari, automatically check for RSS feeds for you when you visit a Web site and display an icon when they find one.

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For more details on how to subscribe to RSS feeds using your browser, please select Help from your browser's main menu.

Receiving RSS Feeds through a Reader

If your browser does not automatically check for RSS feeds, follow these steps to subscribe to National Preparedness Month's RSS feeds:

Step 1. Get an RSS reader

You can use an online reader that works from any Web browser, or you can download software that runs on your computer.

Step 2. Enter the location of the NPM News feed

In your RSS reader, add the following URL(s) listed below:

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Step 3. Read the NPM News

Your RSS reader periodically retrieves the latest news from the National Preparedness Month website so you will always have the latest headlines.

Links of Interest Department of Homeland Security