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The editor-in-chief of Real Health magazine, Kate Ferguson believes in the importance of healthy relationships, both with ourselves and others. She's written extensively about these issues for the past 12 years for various lifestyle publications.
A new tool that translates brain waves into words recently allowed a paralyzed man who couldn’t speak to communicate verbally.
Proteins found in the venom of this fearsome, furry spider may lead to potent, nonaddictive pain meds.
After struggling with complications from type 2 diabetes, the hip-hop legend died of a stroke, according to news reports.
Moms-to-be who stop arthritis treatment during and after pregnancy may experience premature births or low birth weight babies.
Black people face increased exposures to toxic chemicals present in personal care products that can harm their health.
African Americans with multiple sclerosis face faster disease progression and poorer outcomes compared with their white peers.
But good news: Smokers who quit can lower their risk for coronary heart disease to a level similar to that of those who never smoked.
Fibroid Fighters creator Yan Katsnelson, MD, on an effective uterine fibroid treatment he thinks more doctors should suggest to patients.
For years, pro boxer Jonathan Kumuteo suffered from hidradenitis suppurativa, a painful skin condition.
The actress designed a six-week program to fight the traumatic mental health effects of racism in school.
As Maxine Rooks and her daughter, Erica Rooks-Daughtry, learned, uterine fibroids often run in families.
Jason Skinner got tested for hepatitis C and then got into care and treatment. Those two simple decisions changed his life.
Starr Phipps endured years of stigma in school due to epilepsy. A non-medication treatment reduced the number of seizures she experienced.
How diabetes affects driving insurance
The actress-director wants to fuel more conversations about mental health among African Americans.
COVID-19 and police brutality take a toll on the mental health of African Americans
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