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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

Meal of the month: Summer supper on the grill featured image

Heart Health

Meal of the month: Summer supper on the grill

Too little sleep may be hard on your heart featured image

Heart Health

Too little sleep may be hard on your heart

How a fiber-rich diet promotes heart health featured image

Heart Health

How a fiber-rich diet promotes heart health

A safer way to diagnose coronary artery disease? featured image

Heart Health

A safer way to diagnose coronary artery disease?

Why are you taking a multivitamin? featured image

Nutrition

Why are you taking a multivitamin?

Can an implanted tongue-stimulating device curb your sleep apnea? featured image

Staying Healthy

Can an implanted tongue-stimulating device curb your sleep apnea?

Meal of the month: A plate of pasta featured image

Heart Health

Meal of the month: A plate of pasta

The ever-evolving message about eggs and heart health featured image

Heart Health

The ever-evolving message about eggs and heart health

Smartwatch monitoring after a heart valve procedure featured image

Heart Health

Smartwatch monitoring after a heart valve procedure

Presidential elections: Hard on the heart? featured image

Heart Health

Presidential elections: Hard on the heart?

Do you really need that heart test or procedure? featured image

Heart Health

Do you really need that heart test or procedure?

Stronger body, healthier heart? featured image

Exercise & Fitness

Stronger body, healthier heart?

How COVID-19 can compromise your heart health featured image

Heart Health

How COVID-19 can compromise your heart health

Get a leg up to avoid complications from PAD featured image

Heart Health

Get a leg up to avoid complications from PAD

A daily drink: Not as harmless as you might think featured image

Heart Health

A daily drink: Not as harmless as you might think

Do fitness trackers really help people move more? featured image

Heart Health

Do fitness trackers really help people move more?

Rethinking obesity featured image

Heart Health

Rethinking obesity

Warning signs of early heart failure featured image

Heart Health

Warning signs of early heart failure

What is acute coronary syndrome? featured image

Heart Health

What is acute coronary syndrome?

The right way to check your blood pressure featured image

Heart Health

The right way to check your blood pressure

Meal of the month: A Mexican-inspired meal featured image

Heart Health

Meal of the month: A Mexican-inspired meal

Nordic diet may improve cholesterol, blood sugar levels featured image

Heart Health

Nordic diet may improve cholesterol, blood sugar levels

Warning about portable electronics for people with heart devices featured image

Heart Health

Warning about portable electronics for people with heart devices

Mammograms may help reveal cardiovascular risk featured image

Women's Health

Mammograms may help reveal cardiovascular risk

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