Recent Blog Articles
HIV rates rising: Could new forms of PrEP help?
Careful! Scary health news can be harmful to your health
Post-pandemic weight loss: There’s an app for that
Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia by telemedicine: Is it as good as in-person treatment?
Prediabetes diagnosis as an older adult: What does it really mean?
Is blood sugar monitoring without diabetes worthwhile?
Large review study finds low risk of erectile dysfunction after prostate biopsy
Does exercise help protect against severe COVID-19?
A new Alzheimer’s drug has been approved. But should you take it?
Need physical therapy? 3 key questions your PT will ask
Managing Director and Executive Editor, Harvard Health Publishing
Nancy Ferrari is Managing Director and Executive Editor at Harvard Health Publishing and a former editor of the Harvard Heart Letter. Before joining Harvard Health, Nancy was Manager of the Clinical Publications Program at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. She began her work at HPHC as a women’s health writer creating patient education materials for ob/gyn and primary care practices. Nancy’s writing and editing experience includes work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she worked at the Journal of Science, Technology, and Human Values, the MIT Communications Office, and where she edited a conference proceeding on energy and the environment.
Posts by Nancy Ferrari
Direct-to-consumer drug advertising — beyond what you see on TV
Standing up for better heart health
Exercise & Fitness
5 tips to make the Boston Marathon your marathon
Menopause-related hot flashes and night sweats can last for years
Making one change — getting more fiber — can help with weight loss
Two bad reasons for not getting a flu shot
Protecting your children against Enterovirus D68
Acetaminophen may do little for acute back pain
Home score for strep throat in adults could avoid unnecessary doctor visits
iPad apps and screen time for kids: learning or babysitting?
Kindergarten redshirting is popular, but is it necessary?
Is there a link between diet soda and heart disease?