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Harvard Health

Frequently asked questions about colds and the flu answered: bit.ly/2yBgK7O #HarvardHealth #fluseason
A physician's personal experience with treating pain after opioid addiction bit.ly/2x85ZYQ #OpioidX
Did you know there are 6 common types of depression? bit.ly/2yzi62V #HarvardHealth #depression
Uncovering the link between emotional stress and heart disease—your brain plays a bigger role than you think. bit.ly/2yAcPtA
When a loved one is addicted to opiates: The more subtle, but still painful, part of this epidemic. bit.ly/2gRFkti #OpioidX
Taming the pain of sciatica: For most people, time heals and less is more: bit.ly/2x9XA7d #HarvardHealth
Try this calming yoga breath routine to help reduce the harmful effects of stress & inflammation by @marlynnweimd bit.ly/2xReJlG
Most cases of pink eye (conjunctivitis) don’t require antibiotics. via @mallikamarshall bit.ly/2yzrHqa #HarvardHealth
Parents: Call the doctor right away for these 4 symptoms bit.ly/2x7sOfi #Childrenshealth #HarvardHealth
Can your blood pressure be too low? New finding raise concerns about lowering it too far. bit.ly/2kVyebE #HarvardHealth
Recent research says shingles may raise heart attack risk: bit.ly/2ywHzM0 #HarvardHealth #shingles
A strengths-based approach to autism, @drmoniquetello shares her and her son's story. bit.ly/2grBbQ2 #Autism #Harvardhealth
One of the best things you can do to keep your child safe from bullying by @drClaire bit.ly/2yuSzrG #HarvardHealth
Harvard study: It’s not too late to start a healthy diet. bit.ly/2ytjCU8 #HarvardHealth
How you can help your doctor speak your language with these simple steps: bit.ly/2ynotIT #HarvardHealth
Not surprising: Study finds healthy lifestyle habits linked to lower drug costs: bit.ly/2xItrf1
Genetic testing could help predict medication success and side effects: bit.ly/2wZoqih #HarvardHealth @RobShmerling
One woman's ongoing journey with #chronicpain and how quickly doctors were to dismiss it. bit.ly/2kTsuzl #HarvardHealth
Study says running is the best exercise, but when it comes down to it, we need to make time for any exercise. bit.ly/2wZKh9s
Other conditions that may be the cause of chest pain. bit.ly/2ghN4HQ #HarvardHealth
Ketogenic diet: Is the ultimate low-carb diet good for you? bit.ly/2ymGS88 #HarvardHealth #diet
How to harness the upside of stress: The key isn't to deny stress, but to recognize and acknowledge it. bit.ly/2yiHY2P
 
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