Recent Blog Articles
I’m too young to have Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, right?
Asking about guns in houses where your child plays
Behavioral weight loss interventions: Do they work in primary care?
Who needs treatment for ocular hypertension?
The popularity of microdosing of psychedelics: What does the science say?
AFM: A scary polio-like illness
When can women with early-stage breast cancer skip radiation after lumpectomy?
Palliative care frightens some people: Here’s how it helps
The case of the bad placebo
Taking up adaptive sports
Former Editor, Harvard Heart Letter
Lloyd Resnick was editor of the Harvard Heart Letter from August 2011 to May 2012. Before coming to HHP, LLoyd worked for the Massachusetts Medical Society in various capacities, notably as managing editor of HealthNews. A devoted dog aficionado, Lloyd was once the editor of Whole Dog Journal, a still-going-strong newsletter for dog owners.
Posts by Lloyd Resnick
Simple steps for avoiding infections from dogs and cats
Exercise & Fitness
Exergames: a new step toward fitness?
Let’s protect a million hearts—including yours
Child & Teen Health
Should kids have their cholesterol checked?
Making health decisions: mindsets, numbers, and stories
No-surgery valve replacement a game changer—for some
Fall back from daylight savings time may be good for the heart
A once (and future) meditator tries the relaxation response for stress