In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
The Biggest Loser’s Pete Thomas and his wife, Pam, reveal the tips behind their 255-pound weight loss (and his $100,000 prize).
What you need to know about pandemic hype
They changed health care around the world
To avoid dangerous interactions, talk to your doctor.
If so, the Sister Study wants you!
There’s no cure for HIV yet. But there is good news.
When aches don’t go away, speak up.
A study conducted by University of Missouri researchers found that regular dog walking promotes weight loss.
Forget the slogan “No pain, no gain.”
Each one, reach one
I enjoyed reading your article highlighting Common (“Common Sense,” Winter 2005) and his commendable approach to diet and health.
Nutritionist Goulda Downer, RD, PhD, gives us the scoop on supplement.
A new powder offers long-term hope.
Gail Wyatt, PhD, director of the sexual health program and associate director of the AIDS Institute at UCLA, assists us between the sheets.
From hints for dealing with minute men to the secrets of sexually successful couples, Pleasure: A Woman’s Guide to Getting the Sex You...
There’s a new way for seniors to pay for expensive drugs—Medicare’s Part D. But the deadline is May 15, and many feel overwhelmed by the...
The kicks and chops of martial arts can be more fun than rote exercise?and along with a fly physique, there are mind and body benefits. Here’s...
The birds-and-the-bees chat can be tough. But avoiding it can have consequences. Here’s how to get ready.
An HIV outbreak has occurred among black college students. Why are schools too scared to talk about it?
After she was raped, Anika Tillery spent years in despair. Then she found hope.