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Former Editor, Harvard Health
Holly Strawbridge was the executive editor of the Harvard Heart Letter from May 2012 to June 2013.
Posts by Holly Strawbridge
Going gluten-free just because? Here’s what you need to know
Unlike death and taxes, cardiovascular disease may be avoided
Drug hazard information fades when prescription meds switch to OTC
Artificial sweeteners: sugar-free, but at what cost?
Heart attack can trigger PTSD
Some antibiotic, antifungal drugs don’t mix with warfarin
Link between calcium supplements and heart disease raises the question: Take them or toss them?