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What is a web feed?
A web feed is a data format used to distribute frequently updated content. Users can receive timely updates to web content by subscribing to a web feed. When a collection of web feeds are made available from one location (known as aggregation), subscribers are able to track updates to multiple websites without visiting each one. Feeds are also sometimes referred to as RSS feeds or RSS.
On a web page, web feeds are designated by this icon:
Mayo Medical Laboratories offers feeds for New Tests and for updates to CPT Codes.