In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
When talk show host Wendy Williams experienced the ’scary stare,’ the ’Queen of All Media’ bowed to her concerned family and saw her doctor.
When relentless bullying at school pushed Mass teen Phoebe Prince to commit suicide this year, many felt they’d heard this tale before.
It’s improving. But will African-American HIV rates get better too?
With HIV meds, positive people live full, healthy lives. But what if you don?t know you have HIV?
It’s time to face the ugly truth: Your cosmetics may be killing you.
Liquor may help stave off the onset of Alzheimer’s.
Let cool apps transform your phone into a cutting-edge fitness tool.
Should you rest a sore ankle, or can you keep training through a minor injury?
walking, muscles, fitness, cardiovascular, disease, density, mental health
The thyroid gland is often described as being shaped like a bow tie and small in size. But the importance of the gland in maintaining the body...
When people think about actress Pam Grier, many see the sexy, tough-talking, gun-toting badass characters she brought to life in the ’70s
A little food mathematics can add up to lost pounds.
Get the most from your meals with these tips.
It’s not when you eat—it’s how many calories you consume.
These spoilers can cause hurtful penetration.
Sexologist Rachael L. Ross, MD, PhD, a.k.a. Dr. Rachael answers your questions.
Some say the typical American diet is “dirty,” that it leads to obesity and an addiction to salty, sugary and refined convenience foods.
Question: Can negative ions really help heal your tresses?
To break out of the rut and transform your life, concentrate on what you like.
How do you find your passion in life?
Janice M. Williams turned her desire to teach into a satisfying career.
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