Good news for e-Alert subscribers
If you're already signed up for our daily e-mail that lists the headlines, I've got good news for you. (If you haven't signed up, this is the time to do so).
Starting today, we're putting the direct link to each story in the headline so that you can click through to the article, no matter where it lives on the Web.
Before, e-Alert readers had to first go to Health News Florida's home page, www.HealthNewsFlorida.org, to get the links.
This will take a little more time. So we've decided to focus just on the news, not opinion pieces or consumer articles.
Being able to go directly to the story you want with just one click is a service that many of you have requested. I am very pleased that we can now provide it.
(If you want to sign up for the daily e-Alert, go to the home page and look in the upper right-hand corner for the big e. Click on it.)
--Health News Florida, journalism for a healthy state, is a service of WUSF Public Media. Question? Comment? Contact Carol Gentry at 727-410-3266 or by e-mail at either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.