In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
That’s what CSI: NY regular Hill Harper became when he committed himself to work as an HIV activist.
Your kitchen is the heart of your home, the gathering place for your family, the scene of countless chaotic breakfasts...
Sickle-cell anemia remains more common among people of African ancestry, but science has made strides in treating this blood-borne disease.
It’s fun to experiment with wigs and other add-ons, but don’t forget to care for your own tresses while you try different faux-hair styles.
How much do you know about protecting your hairline from damage?
A roundup of the latest, must-have finds for hair, skin, health and beauty, these products are worth every cent.
This may seem simplistic, but mental wellness experts agree it is sound advice.
While she searched for the magic key to joyfulness, Robin H-C, learned the only person who stopped her from feeling good was herself.
Everybody wants to be happy, says Manhattan-based psychotherapist Mary Pender Greene, LCSW-R, but people must learn what happiness really mean...
Sure tattoos are fun and trendy, but they’re also a hepatitis C health risk.
Fighting for women in-and after-prison
What to try if you’re sick and tired of traditional healing methods
This community-based intervention program can help depressed elderly blacks “beat the blues.”
’Tis tissue season, but that doesn’t mean you have to catch a nasty cold.
Is that hunger pang a message from your stomach or your brain?
Avoid unhealthy binges by understanding why you desire certain foods.
What’s cooking? Nothing!
Forget hefty gym fees, yearlong contracts and lines for machines-you can get a great workout at home.
Protect your children from sports injuries and avoid health risks.
Docs aren’t addressing obese women’s sex lives.
Sexologist Rachael L. Ross, MD, PhD, a.k.a. Dr. Rachael answers your questions.