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Former Editor, Harvard Health Publishing
Christine Junge was an editor at Harvard Health Publishing from 2001 to 2012, and is now a freelance writer for HHP’s publishing partner, Belvoir Media Group. Before coming to HHP, she worked in development writing at the Harvard School of Public Health and wrote and edited for Community Newspaper Company. She has also freelanced for many local and national publications, including The Boston Globe. Christine has a B.S. in communications from Boston University, an M.A. in Creative Writing and English Literature from Harvard University’s Extension School, and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Lesley University.
Posts by Christine Junge
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Natural recoverers kick addiction without help
Eat your way to a healthy heart
Doctors can confuse heartburn and heart disease, even in themselves
How your friends make you fat—the social network of weight
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