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Harvard CommentariesCommentaries written by Harvard physicians on the questions that people face every day related to fitness, nutrition, parenting, heart health, mental health, men’s and women’s health. In addition, there are special monthly features such as "What Your Doctor is Reading" -- recent research and medical developments that have doctors talking. An especially popular feature is the "Medical Myths", a series of in-depth discussions of the truth and fiction behind many widely held beliefs. For example, "Do you really catch a cold by going out in the cold?"

Harvard Reviews of Health News

Being fit reduces the risk of high blood pressure, a large new study finds. The study included more than 57,000 adults who were part of a large, long-term exercise study. Their average age was 53. They were referred by their doctors for a treadmill stress tes...

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