Skip to main content

Harvard Health Letter

Harvard logo
Harvard logo

Up-to-Date on the Latest Health News
Specifically for Older Adults

Do you know:

Which tasty foods are linked to lower risk of dementia?

The newest ways to sharpen your concentration?

The simple stretches that can help prevent a debilitating fall?

The crucial — and so very simple — new ways you can optimize your immune system?

The dos and don’ts to help prevent harmful inflammation in your body?

Or the seemingly safe supplements that may actually harm your heart?

This vital news could be a game-changer for your physical, mental and emotional health

The health experts at Harvard Medical School are eager to put this kind of practical news in your hands right away. That’s why we’re offering you a HALF-PRICE discount on the Harvard Health Letter — plus unlimited access to its vast archive of research-backed health news.

Sign up now
for the Harvard Health Letter

You can count on this renowned monthly online publication for the latest findings, discoveries, and advances that can lead to better health — along with the practical, how-to advice to apply them — from top specialists in heart health, nutrition, neurology, urology, geriatrics, cancer, women’s health, psychiatry, and more.

Each authoritative issue answers the questions you have about your health — plus questions you didn’t even know you had — pointing the way to better health and fitness...a sharper memory and concentration... a healthier heart...greater energy and mobility...stronger from disease...and more.

You’ll find reliable answers to questions like these...

Should I take a B12 vitamin for an energy and memory boost?
Which vitamins are linked to fewer colds and lung disorders?
How safe are CBD products?
Is intermittent fasting a safe way for older adults to lose weight?
How can I cheat safely on a healthy diet?
Which gentle exercise is better for your specific needs — tai chi or yoga?
Feeling woozy? Discover some causes and action steps.
Stumped about being stopped up? Discover 6 expert tips to prevent constipation.
Which over the counter painkiller is safest for me? Discover the essential considerations before you pop a pill.

And more. Subscribe today to the Harvard Health Letter for the answers you need to help boost your health and well-being!


Subscribe today for monthly updates on these vital topics:

New Approaches in Medicine
Mind, Mood and Memory
Medical Action Plans
Blood Pressure Management
Diet and Nutrition
Exercise Savvy
Proactive Health Approaches
Bones and Joints
Supplement Management
Exercise Routines
Pain Management
Fitness Trends
Preventive Maintenance
Gut Health
Medication Management
Independence Protection
Eye Health Protection
Staying Fit
Exercise Motivators
And more
Harvard Health Letter

Sign up now
for the Harvard Health Letter


Subscribe below Risk Free. There’s no obligation.

Contact Info:

Please provide a password to create an online account for accessing your purchased content.

Payment Method:

Card Type:

Secure Transaction Lock
When you use your credit card to order, your transaction is secure. We use advanced encryption technology that safeguards your personal information and guarantees privacy.

Note: Credit card will not be charged until the book ships.

Your Risk-Free Guarantee

If you ever decide that Harvard Health Letter isn’t for you simply go to where you can easily cancel your subscription at any time for any reason. You'll receive a prompt refund for any unused issues, no questions asked.

As a Harvard Health Letter customer, you will be enrolled in our auto-renewal program and enjoy continuous service at the lowest possible renewal rate available each year. Approximately 30 days before your term expires, you’ll receive an announcement indicating when your new service term begins. There is no need to contact us unless you wish to cancel your subscription. Your credit card will be charged when your new term begins, and you will continue to receive access without interruption.

Should your credit card change during the course of your term, we’ll simply send you an invoice requesting your new credit card information or an alternate method of payment.