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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

Discrimination at work is linked to high blood pressure featured image

Heart Health

Discrimination at work is linked to high blood pressure

Sweet surrender: Added sugar linked to higher heart risk featured image

Heart Health

Sweet surrender: Added sugar linked to higher heart risk

Move of the month: Crescent stretch featured image

Heart Health

Move of the month: Crescent stretch

Pacemaker precautions in the age of electrification featured image

Heart Health

Pacemaker precautions in the age of electrification

Should you be tested for sleep apnea? featured image

Heart Health

Should you be tested for sleep apnea?

Hospital at home: A movement whose time has come featured image

Heart Health

Hospital at home: A movement whose time has come

Yoga: A flexible way to enhance heart health featured image

Heart Health

Yoga: A flexible way to enhance heart health

Cut calories or carbohydrates for better heart health? featured image

Heart Health

Cut calories or carbohydrates for better heart health?

Erectile dysfunction drugs linked to lower risk of heart problems featured image

Men's Health

Erectile dysfunction drugs linked to lower risk of heart problems

Tiny wearable sensor provides real-time ultrasound of the heart featured image

Heart Health

Tiny wearable sensor provides real-time ultrasound of the heart

Is alcohol and weight loss surgery a risky combination? featured image

Staying Healthy

Is alcohol and weight loss surgery a risky combination?

Symptom-free dips in blood pressure may precede unexplained falls featured image

Heart Health

Symptom-free dips in blood pressure may precede unexplained falls

Rising alcohol intake linked to higher risk of atrial fibrillation featured image

Heart Health

Rising alcohol intake linked to higher risk of atrial fibrillation

Short walks every half-hour may offset harms of too much sitting featured image

Heart Health

Short walks every half-hour may offset harms of too much sitting

Move of the month: Standing side leg raise featured image

Heart Health

Move of the month: Standing side leg raise

Raising awareness about aortic disease featured image

Heart Health

Raising awareness about aortic disease

Heart medication interactions featured image

Heart Health

Heart medication interactions

Gene editing: A one-time fix for dangerously high cholesterol? featured image

Heart Health

Gene editing: A one-time fix for dangerously high cholesterol?

Reaping the rewards of running featured image

Heart Health

Reaping the rewards of running

Salt shakedown: How and why you should eat less sodium featured image

Heart Health

Salt shakedown: How and why you should eat less sodium

Why eat lower on the seafood chain? featured image

Nutrition

Why eat lower on the seafood chain?

Most Americans need a large or extra-large blood pressure cuff featured image

Heart Health

Most Americans need a large or extra-large blood pressure cuff

Stopping unneeded aspirin may prevent dangerous bleeding featured image

Heart Health

Stopping unneeded aspirin may prevent dangerous bleeding

Heavy metals found in popular brands of dark chocolate featured image

Heart Health

Heavy metals found in popular brands of dark chocolate

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