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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

Vitamin B6 flies under the radar: Are you getting enough? featured image

Nutrition

Vitamin B6 flies under the radar: Are you getting enough?

Meal of the month: A Mediterranean meal featured image

Heart Health

Meal of the month: A Mediterranean meal

What causes a stiff, narrowed aortic valve? featured image

Heart Health

What causes a stiff, narrowed aortic valve?

Long-term acetaminophen use may boost blood pressure featured image

Heart Health

Long-term acetaminophen use may boost blood pressure

Hospitalization after a ministroke? Not necessarily featured image

Heart Health

Hospitalization after a ministroke? Not necessarily

Understanding secondary hypertension featured image

Heart Health

Understanding secondary hypertension

Even a little extra daily exercise may postpone death featured image

Heart Health

Even a little extra daily exercise may postpone death

Worry and anxiety linked to higher heart risk in men featured image

Men's Health

Worry and anxiety linked to higher heart risk in men

What’s the deal with dairy and heart health? featured image

Heart Health

What’s the deal with dairy and heart health?

Tips for choosing walking shoes featured image

Exercise & Fitness

Tips for choosing walking shoes

Enjoy avocados? Eating one a week may lower heart disease risk featured image

Nutrition

Enjoy avocados? Eating one a week may lower heart disease risk

Stay active as you age to extend your health span featured image

Heart Health

Stay active as you age to extend your health span

Beware of possible rise in blood clot risk when binge-watching television featured image

Heart Health

Beware of possible rise in blood clot risk when binge-watching television

Unmasking the varied causes of breathlessness and fatigue featured image

Heart Health

Unmasking the varied causes of breathlessness and fatigue

Meal of the month: Southern side dishes featured image

Heart Health

Meal of the month: Southern side dishes

A healthy drizzle: Olive oil linked to lower heart-related deaths featured image

Heart Health

A healthy drizzle: Olive oil linked to lower heart-related deaths

Magnesium and blood pressure: What’s the evidence? featured image

Heart Health

Magnesium and blood pressure: What’s the evidence?

Smart snack strategies featured image

Heart Health

Smart snack strategies

The changing landscape of LDL lowering drugs featured image

Heart Health

The changing landscape of LDL lowering drugs

Staving off heart problems in your 80s and beyond featured image

Heart Health

Staving off heart problems in your 80s and beyond

Addressing poor sleep may help heart health featured image

Heart Health

Addressing poor sleep may help heart health

Low-level exposure to toxic metals: A risk for clogged arteries? featured image

Heart Health

Low-level exposure to toxic metals: A risk for clogged arteries?

Build a better breakfast featured image

Heart Health

Build a better breakfast

Fish linked to lower risk of vascular brain disease featured image

Heart Health

Fish linked to lower risk of vascular brain disease

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