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Julie Corliss

Executive Editor, Harvard Heart Letter

Julie Corliss is the executive editor of the Harvard Heart Letter. Before working at Harvard, she was a medical writer and editor at HealthNews, a consumer newsletter affiliated with The New England Journal of Medicine. She is co-author of Break Through Your Set Point: How to Finally Lose the Weight You Want and Keep it Off. Julie earned a BA in biology from Oberlin College and a master’s certificate in science communication from the University of California at Santa Cruz.

Posts by Julie Corliss

Can intermittent fasting improve heart health? featured image

Heart Health

Can intermittent fasting improve heart health?

A personalized program to heal your heart featured image

Heart Health

A personalized program to heal your heart

Spouse's heart disease linked to higher risk of depression featured image

Heart Health

Spouse's heart disease linked to higher risk of depression

Web-based app helps people accurately assess need for statin featured image

Heart Health

Web-based app helps people accurately assess need for statin

Sitting less may help lower blood pressure featured image

Heart Health

Sitting less may help lower blood pressure

Artificial intelligence in cardiology featured image

Heart Health

Artificial intelligence in cardiology

Protect your heart during the dog days of summer featured image

Heart Health

Protect your heart during the dog days of summer

Meditation: A heartfelt habit? featured image

Mind & Mood

Meditation: A heartfelt habit?

What is cognitive behavioral therapy? featured image

Mind & Mood

What is cognitive behavioral therapy?

Hot weather tied to increased odds of stroke featured image

Staying Healthy

Hot weather tied to increased odds of stroke

Microplastics in arteries linked to heart disease risk featured image

Heart Health

Microplastics in arteries linked to heart disease risk

Many older adults still follow outdated aspirin advice featured image

Heart Health

Many older adults still follow outdated aspirin advice

Device of the month: Home blood pressure monitor featured image

Heart Health

Device of the month: Home blood pressure monitor

RNA-targeted drugs for heart disease featured image

Heart Health

RNA-targeted drugs for heart disease

Migraine and cardiovascular disease: What's the link? featured image

Heart Health

Migraine and cardiovascular disease: What's the link?

When the heart suddenly starts racing featured image

Heart Health

When the heart suddenly starts racing

Healthy European cuisines from beyond the Mediterranean featured image

Heart Health

Healthy European cuisines from beyond the Mediterranean

Interval training: A shorter, more enjoyable workout? featured image

Heart Health

Interval training: A shorter, more enjoyable workout?

PTSD: How is treatment changing? featured image

Mind & Mood

PTSD: How is treatment changing?

Keto diet is not healthy and may harm the heart featured image

Heart Health

Keto diet is not healthy and may harm the heart

HPV infection linked to higher cardiovascular risk featured image

Women's Health

HPV infection linked to higher cardiovascular risk

Practical pointers about protein featured image

Heart Health

Practical pointers about protein

Smartphone-based mall walking program may boost step counts featured image

Staying Healthy

Smartphone-based mall walking program may boost step counts

The lowdown on a low heart rate featured image

Heart Health

The lowdown on a low heart rate

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