When it comes to your health you deserve better answers than whatever an online search turns up. You need information you can trust. Information that helps answer your questions, eases your concerns, and protects your health.
That’s why the experts at Harvard Medical School created Harvard Health Online. As a Premier Member, you’ll get unlimited, 24/7 access to Harvard Health Online for just $4.99 a month. That’s 50% OFF the regular rate to access:
Harvard’s Health Decision Guides
Do you have knee pain? Dry eyes? Are you troubled by anxiety? Hot flashes? Insomnia? Wonder why your legs swell? Get immediate help for assessing your symptoms with Harvard’s Health Decision Guides. These interactive diagnostic guides will reveal what may be wrong, the severity of your symptoms and what you should do. You’ll get actionable answers and insights into 120 health topics on everything from acid reflux treatment to depression, hand pain, tinnitus and even help for children’s health problems, and so much more. For every topic you’ll answer simple yes or no questions to get the advice you need in a matter of minutes.
Illustrated Health A-to-Z
From common conditions like age spots, allergies or ankle sprains to serious problems like cancer, diabetes, heart problems, to lesser-known health issues like ankylosing spondylitis, icthyosis, or melasma. You can search this comprehensive list by your symptoms, condition name, or procedure and get the expert answers you need. You’ll get an easy-to-understand description of the disease or problem, the symptoms you may be experiencing, how doctors typically diagnose it, how to prevent and treat the problem, when you should call a professional, and the typical prognosis.
Diagnostic Tests and Medical Procedures
When your doctor says you need to have surgery or a test of some kind, it can be hard to think of the questions you want to ask. That’s why you’ll love Harvard Health Online’s Diagnostic Tests and Medical Procedures. You’re just a few clicks away from clear, concise explanations for more than 110 tests and procedures – all in plain English. This at-home answer guide will help ease your anxiety and concern by giving you clear explanations on the purpose of the test or procedure, how it is done, how long it typically takes, the potential risks or side effects and more. The explanations you find here help you feel in control of your health.
Ask Harvard Doctors Videos
The expert faculty physicians of Harvard Medical School deliver one- to three-minute videos with answers and advice on over 100 of the most asked about health topics. Informative and entertaining, each video features a Harvard specialist who explains a wide variety of health and wellness topics, such as how to avoid sudden heart attack triggers, how to prevent shoulder pain and a torn rotator cuff, wrinkle creams that actually work, how to keep from shrinking, help for IBS, tips for remembering medications and more, to help your health.
You’ll also receive the digital editions of all four Harvard Health newsletters delivered directly to your inbox at no extra cost!
The Harvard Health Letter
THE number one source for health information and advice connects you to everything that’s happening in the rapidly changing new age of medicine and explains how you can use it to live longer and better. Dr. Anthony Komaroff, a Distinguished Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Senior Physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is the Editor in Chief of this unparalleled publication that brings you the medical breakthroughs (many made right here at Harvard Medical School) and safe natural remedies that work (often discovered from clinical studies done right here at Harvard) that could have a major impact on your health or the health of someone you love.
Harvard Women’s Health Watch
Hope Ricciotti, M.D., and Hye-Chun Hur, M.D., M.P.H., head up this publication that zeroes in on the unique health concerns of women. From breast cancer, heart disease and diabetes to food and nutrition, skin care, urinary incontinence, exercise and strength training, to natural ways to relieve stress and the best ways to improve memory — if you want expert answers that focus on how being a woman affects your health look no further than Harvard Women’s Health Watch.
Harvard Men’s Health Watch
For 20 years, Harvard Men’s Health Watch has provided men with the facts they need to make the most informed, intelligent decisions for their health. Harold LeWine, M.D., a practicing intern at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and Chief Medical Editor at Harvard Health Publishing, is at the helm of this in-demand publication that focuses on men’s health concerns. He has a unique gift for translating “medical-ese” into easy-to-understand advice. Armed with this newsletter, you’ll get the help you need to weigh the pros and cons of all the procedures, tests, treatments and medications you may be considering so you can feel confident you’re making the best decisions for your health.
The Harvard Heart Letter
Renowned Harvard cardiologist, Deepak Bhat is Editor in Chief of this invaluable newsletter that brings you the best ways to keep your heart healthy, control your blood pressure and cholesterol, lower your risk of stroke, and stay healthy and active for life. You’ll get the latest information on nutrition, exercise, heart breakthroughs and important advice from Harvard cardiologists on medications, side effects, surgical procedures and more.
Plus, as an added bonus, when you become a Premier Member today, you’ll get access to the back issue archives for all four publications — a searchable compendium of thousands of health topics — at no extra cost!
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