Julia Landwehr

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Title: Health News Reporter
Education: Boston College
Expertise: News, Health
  • Health news reporter focused on breaking and trending topics
  • Background in english, journalism, and history
  • Graduate of Boston College

Experience

Julia is a news reporter for Health, where she covers breaking and trending news on health and wellness topics. Before joining Health, Julia held an internship position at Verywell Health, where she also covered news. Her work has been featured in The Heights, an independent student newspaper at Boston College, and Minnesota Monthly.

Education

Julia graduated from Boston College with a bachelor's degree in english. She also minored in journalism and history.

About Health

Health.com, a Dotdash Meredith Brand, is an award-winning online resource for empathetic, trustworthy, and actionable health and wellness information so you can make the best choice for your health. We reach more than 9 million readers a month. We ensure the accuracy of our content by relying on seasoned health journalists, credentialed medical professionals and thorough fact checkers. Learn more about us and our editorial process.

Latest from Julia Landwehr
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Michelle Obama
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Man and woman sit at an office desk looking at each other with masks on.
New COVID Variants May Fuel a Winter Surge—What to Know About BQ.1, XBB, and Others
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Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 Symptoms: What To Know
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Omicron Boosters Could Save 90,000 Lives This Winter—But Only if People Get Them
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Is There an Adderall Shortage? What to Know About Difficulties Getting the ADHD Medication
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Biden Unveils Plan to End Hunger, Even As Americans Face Rising Food Costs
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How Do Dense Breasts Influence Breast Cancer Risk? Katie Couric's Diagnosis, Explained
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Norovirus Outbreaks Have Increased to Pre-Pandemic Levels, CDC Data Show
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Panel Recommends Routine Anxiety Screening for Adults Under 65—Here's What That Could Look Like
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The Simple 4-7-8 Breathing Technique Can Help You Relax and Sleep Better—Here's Why
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Cooking Chicken in NyQuil Is a 'Recipe for Danger' FDA Warns, Citing TikTok Video
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How the Inflation Reduction Act Will Affect Healthcare Costs—Especially for Medicare Beneficiaries
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Is White Mulberry Leaf Safe? Herbal Supplement Is Linked to Death of Congressman's Wife
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Nearly Half of Cancer Deaths Worldwide Linked to Preventable Factors, Study Shows
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WHO Says 'End Is in Sight' for COVID Pandemic—Here's What Still Needs to Be Done