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Harvard Health Letters
Each month, the five Harvard Health Letters are filled with the latest, most accurate information on everything from supplements to strength training, pacemakers to prostate cancer, pain relief and post-traumatic stress syndrome. Lively feature stories, Q&As, briefs and graphics by Harvard University experts fill the pages of the Health Letter, Heart Letter, Women’s Health Watch, Men’s Health Watch and the Mental Health Letter. All art is available.
Harvard Health Letters Samples
A daily dose of aspirin is often prescribed after a diagnosis of heart attack or cardiovascular disease.
Understanding the new rules for sunscreen labels. Confused by new labels popping up on sunscreen bottles? One big change: terminology. But the more important terms focus on what sunscreen can prevent. So what should you look for?
Many people delay an attempt to stop smoking because of possible weight gain that may follow.
Every year more than 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colon cancer, and more than 50,000 will die from the disease.
Calcium is most effective when it comes from the food you eat. Many people take daily calcium supplement pills.
These "floaters" are not just bothersome. Floaters, those tiny specks that drift across your field of vision, are usually harmless and often disappear or become less noticeable on their own.
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