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Harvard Health Sep 13
Climate change is increasing the potency of pollen.
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Harvard Health Sep 15
Tai chi is often described as "meditation in motion," but it might well be called "medication in motion."
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Harvard Health Sep 13
The best medicine for back pain may be good old-fashioned movement and exercise.
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Harvard Health Sep 16
The takeaway: Eat more poultry, fish, or plant-based proteins.
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Harvard Health Sep 15
Can these three steps save 100 million lives?
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Harvard Health Sep 16
Your risk of dementia: Do lifestyle and genetics matter?
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Harvard Health Sep 6
What we don’t know about vaping and lung disease.
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Harvard Health Sep 12
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Harvard Health Sep 13
Ultra-processed foods can increase your risk of heart disease.
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Harvard Health Aug 30
These foods can help you fight inflammation.
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Harvard Health Aug 29
Enough vitamin D may protect against some cancers.
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Harvard Health Aug 27
To lower heart disease risk, swap beef for beans.
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Vincenzo Scocuzza Sep 17
School refusal: When a child won’t go to school - Harvard Health Blog
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Harvard Health Sep 7
Our diets play an important role in chronic inflammation.
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Harvard Health Sep 16
These conditions can make a person more prone to carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Harvard Health Aug 31
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Harvard Health Aug 28
Vitamin B12 deficiency can be sneaky, harmful:
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Harvard Health 20h
Is your mediation causing urinary incontinence?
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Sickle Cell Advocacy & Mgt Initiative 14m
HarvardHealth : Does Botox reduce the frequency of chronic migraine? (via Twitter )
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Harvard Health 18h
5 skin spots you shouldn't worry about.
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