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.
Not quite a newsletter. Not quite a dataset. Not quite a roundup.
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.
We all thought email was so last decade
The year is 2018. Email is outdated. Newsletters are dead—or so we thought.
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.