• Music and heart health POSTED JUNE 07, 2018, 10:30 AM Julie Corliss Executive Editor, Harvard Heart Letter What’s your “cheer up” song? That question popped up on a recent text thread among a few of my longtime friends. It spurred a list of songs from the…

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  • Treatments For Post-Nasal Drip

    You thought it would never end: that tickle in the back of your throat that made you cough or have to clear your throat. It’s been going on for months. And now you know why: post-nasal drip. It’s a common diagnosis. It can happen for a number of reasons:…

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  • Is Stress Making Your Allergies Worse?

    Try stress reduction to improve your quality of life and potentially relieve allergy symptoms. Published: March, 2018 Spring allergies are a stressful business. Coping with watery eyes, a runny nose, sneezing, coughing, or a sore throat affects how you get through…

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  • Knuckle cracking: Annoying and harmful, or just annoying?

    Knuckle cracking is a common behavior enjoyed by many. It can become a habit or a way to deal with nervous energy; some describe it as a way to “release tension.” For some, it’s simply an annoying thing that other people do. If you’ve ever wondered why…

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