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Add an RSS feed from an external website to my SharePoint subsite.

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I'd like to add an RSS feed from an external website to our internal SharePoint subsite.  Is that possible?  

I'm an end-user with no access to administer the SharePoint server or services.  I can create subsites, lists, webparts, etc., for staff.  Our version of SharePoint is 2007.

I'd like to provide staff with the latest news surrounding Healthcare and the Healthcare industry.  If its not possible, are there any suggested alternatives?

Thanks.
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Obtain the URL for the RSS Feed.
Add and configure the RSS Viewer Web Part
https://support.office.com/en-in/article/Add-RSS-Feeds-to-your-SharePoint-site-51847e78-5c74-4877-9fb9-940000885a5f
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