How to Get NewsRx Medical Newsletters

Posted by Eric Margolis on May 17, 2020 5:31:38 AM
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Whether you’re a researcher, physician, or professional in the world of medicine, it can be difficult to keep track of the latest developments—both in the broader world of medical research as well within your specialty.

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Topics: FAQ, Daily, research alert services

What is a Daily?

Posted by Eric Margolis on Oct 16, 2018 3:47:17 PM
 
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Not quite a newsletter. Not quite a dataset. Not quite a roundup.

Something better.

NewsRx has transitioned away from weekly newsletters towards our new Dailies, which provide comprehensive run-downs of science and business topics from the highest quality knowledge sources. You may be wondering: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How?

We can answer that.

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Topics: FAQ, Daily

The Art and Science of the Email Newsletter

Posted by Eric Margolis on Oct 16, 2018 3:44:09 PM
 
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We all thought email was so last decade

The year is 2018. Email is outdated. Newsletters are dead—or so we thought.

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Topics: Daily

Google Alerts VS Butter Alerts: A Case Study

Posted by Eric Margolis on Sep 22, 2018 3:24:07 PM
 
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Four articles, in my inbox, every day.

Typically there were three from the Washington Post or CNN, and one from the Economist or Foreign Policy or the Wall Street Journal. I was running an educational committee on the civil war in Syria, and to prepare I wanted regular news alerts on the conflict to buff up my knowledge and never miss any breaking news. So I set up a Google Alerts.

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Topics: Daily, Case Study