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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.
Protein powders helped me lose weight
Women are using this concept of self-improvement to change the way they perceive the science of aging.
Did the Presidential election leave you feeling depressed, angry and anxious? If so, Sanam Hafeez, MD, advises you to try these fixes.
Will the candidates’ state of health be one of many pressing issues voters want addressed? Dr. Pawan Grover urges viewers to stay tuned.
Tonya Lewis Lee, wife of celebrated and legendary director Spike Lee, offers us another way to support a healthy, active lifestyle.
No matter what the answer to this question is, this innovative rapper will be missed.
When the world gets crazy, jump up and just live your life.
Muhammad Ali’s death from Parkinson’s disease prompted me to reminisce about the well-known sports legend.
As music fans continue to mourn, they learn that prescription painkillers may have killed their Prince.
Real Health clarifies some information in actress Grace Gealey’s moving cover story about growing up as a child of Deaf parents.
Charles Mattocks’s mother was feeling the burning sensations, numbness and crippling fatigue that characterized a painful disease
Many of us give no thought to opening our mouths to speak, eat and drink and even less thought to getting screened for oral cancer
The spring issue cover of Real Health magazine generated plenty of feedback from our readers and we’ve listened closely.
There are so many people at risk of type 2 diabetes who could avoid developing the disease if they just answered a couple of quick questions
On Tuesday, March 10th, in NYC, it was cupcakes and drinks along with conversation about HIV/AIDS and women and girls and stigma.
In many families, as in mine, everyone assumes that daughters will be their parents’ caregivers.
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