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Harvard Health

Here are 5 proven strategies to maintain your weight loss. #HarvardHealth #healthyliving
7 things you can do to avoid potentially dangerous drug interactions: #HarvardHealth
New research reveals valuable clues into what causes human aging
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Exercise and diet is important to staying healthy, but so is working on your balance: #HarvardHealth
Many preventive #mastectomies may be unnecessary for women of average risk, but what about peace of mind?
Scientifically-proven home remedies that may be worth a try: #HarvardHealth
Good news: Teen drug use is down, but is it because better parenting, or more smartphones? via @drClaire
Why you should preserve your muscle mass as you age: #HarvardHealth #strengthtraining
It appears that anxiety over health may be associated with a greater risk for developing heart disease.
Can you virtually improve your knee pain? New study says yes. @RobShmerling #HarvardHealth
Vitamin D: What’s the “right” level? @drmoniquetello explains how pinpointing a “healthy” vitamin D level is tricky:
Why your gums are so important when it comes to your health: #HarvardHealth #dentalhealth
Coming 3/27: OpioidX, a new free tool to aid the public in the fight against addiction. Register: #OpioidX
Genetic testing may help predict how someone responds to specific drugs, but it's just a piece of a bigger puzzle.
6 signs that it may be time to have a joint replaced: #HarvardHealth #jointhealth
Three telltale signs it’s a sinus headache and not a migraine. #HarvardHealth
X-ray may be best screening tool for diagnosing knee pain. #HarvardHealth
Here are some factors doctors consider when prescribing antidepressants: #HarvardHealth
Don't be fooled by drug advertising, here's how to use that information to your advantage: #HarvardHealth
Binge drinking is linked with an increased risk for the irregular heart rhythm, also called atrial fibrillation.
Try this brain fitness program to keep your mental muscles in good shape. #HarvardHealth
Exploring medication-assisted treatments for #opioid addictions. #OpioidX
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