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


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.


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

About Health

Health, 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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FDA Approves Zavzpret, a New Fast-Acting Nasal Spray to Treat Migraine
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TikTok Announces Daily Time Limit for Teens, But Is It Enough?
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CDC Warns About Drug-Resistant Stomach Bug on the Rise in the US: What to Know
Man doing an at-home COVID-19 test
Lucira’s Over-the-Counter COVID-19 and Flu Test Receives FDA Authorization
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It’s Not Too Early to Start Taking Spring Allergy Medication, Experts Say
Woman looking at supplement bottles
Before You Buy Magnesium Supplements From TikTok, Here’s What You Need to Know
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How Is Frontotemporal Dementia Diagnosed? Bruce Willis' Condition, Explained
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Study: Common Pregnancy Complications Could Increase Risk of Heart Disease for Decades
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CVS Is Offering Free Heart Health Screenings This February—Here’s How to Get Yours
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Ovarian Cancer Prevention: Should You Consider Getting Your Fallopian Tubes Removed?
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EzriCare Eye Drops Recalled as CDC Investigates Link to Drug-Resistant Bacterial Infections
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What the End of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Means for Testing and Treatment Costs
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FDA Panel Endorses Updated COVID Shots for All, Regardless of Vaccination Status
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What Is VEXAS Syndrome? Newly Discovered Disease May Be More Common Than Once Thought
female doctor talking to female patient in office.
Study: Some Women With Cancer in One Breast May Be More Likely to Develop It in the Other
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Intermittent Fasting May Not Be a Useful Approach to Weight Loss, Study Suggests
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CDC, FDA Investigating Potential—But 'Unlikely'—Link Between Pfizer Booster and Stroke Risk
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Gas Stove Health Concerns: What to Know and How to Reduce Your Risk
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What Is Mohs Surgery? Jill Biden Has 2 Cancerous Lesions Removed During Procedure
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XBB.1.5: What to Know About the 'Most Transmissible' COVID Subvariant Yet
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How Coverage of Damar Hamlin's Cardiac Arrest and CPR Could Go On to Save Countless Lives
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Q&A: We Asked 5 Emergency Room Doctors About the COVID, Flu, and RSV 'Tripledemic'