Recent Blog Articles
Thinking about COVID booster shots? Here’s what to know
Cancer survivors' sleep is affected long after treatment
Do I have to yell so much?
What to do when elective surgery is postponed
What happened to trusting medical experts?
Stuttering in children: How parents can help
Icy fingers and toes: Poor circulation or Raynaud’s phenomenon?
Evoking calm: Practicing mindfulness in daily life helps
Finding balance: 3 simple exercises to steady your steps
Boosting your child’s immune system
Executive Editor, Harvard Women's Health Watch
Kelly Bilodeau is executive editor of Harvard Women’s Health Watch. She began her career as a newspaper reporter and later went on to become a managing editor at HCPro, a Boston-area healthcare publishing company, where she covered healthcare industry trends and topics such as patient safety, medical billing, radiology and breast imaging. Her work has also appeared in the Washington Post, Boston Magazine, as well as numerous healthcare trade publications.
Posts by Kelly Bilodeau
Managing pain after surgery
Bleeding after menopause: Get it checked out
Hormone therapy for depression: Are the risks worth the benefits?
Dark patches on the face may be melasma
Preterm birth and heart disease risk for mom
Diet and age at menopause: Is there a connection?
Belly fat linked with higher heart disease risk
Skin serum: What it can and can’t do
Fermented foods for better gut health
Exercise & Fitness
Interval training: More workout in less time (and you can do it)
Eat these foods daily (or at least often)
6 simple things that can help lower your blood pressure