In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
India.Arie has been called everything in the book: Self-righteous. A head wrap-wearing phony. Oprah with a guitar.
How to talk to your kids about marijuana use
Television and video game violence can make children more likely to fight, smoke and have sex at an early age.
A girl should start going in her early teens
The best way to get your daily nutrients
Black women are 72% more likely to have heart disease than white women.
25th anniversary in June, news reports confirmed its genealogy, updated today’s treatments and raised hopes for tomorrow
Before taking in that balanced breakfast and multivitamin, try this equipment-free series of exercises.
An SOS for Health
I found Kai Wright’s “From Night Into Day” (Summer 2006) about HIV and men released from prison to be sad yet timely and informative.
For a healthier household, give your fridge a fresh look.
Gail Wyatt, PhD, director of the sexual-health program and associate director of the AIDS Institute at UCLA, assists us between the sheets.
Taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) increases breast cancer risk.
Physicians typically tell diabetic patients to eat right and watch their sugar intake.
Most often associated with veterans, PTSD is increasingly prevalent in our communities, as residents struggle to cope with violence .
After a family health scare, Kellyann D. Williams chose to reexamine her own lifestyle.
What happens to black people when there are a few black doctors? New Orleans residents find out.
Think HIV is more prevalent up North? Think twice. States below the Mason-Dixon Line make up the disease’s new epicenter.
By now, we know that whole grains are good for us—but how many of us know what they are, how to choose them and how to cook them?