In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
After years of struggling with his weight, activist Al Sharpton leads the way to fitness.
African Americans aren’t getting enough sleep. Here’s how to score some shut-eye.
Blasting portable audio players really can cause hearing loss.
FDA approves new stop-smoking drug
Managing frequent premenopausal symptoms
Black culture celebrates sisters’ curves. And who doesn’t love a teddy bear brother? But as research reinforces the link between obesity...
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You don’t need to run to get healthy
Some experts claim that routine maintenance of your large intestine can help stave off serious disease.
Can’t stand the heat? Don’t clear out of the kitchen. Instead, try this cool healthy-eating technique.
Asha Bandele learns that she must accept pain before she can move past it.
Gail Wyatt, PhD, director of the sexual health program and associate director of the AIDS Institute at UCLA, assists us between the sheets.
How to express your dissatisfaction without losing your head
How principal Yvonne Sanders-Butler put reading, writing and healthy eating in her school’s curriculum
More than a quarter of young men in foster care end up in jail after they age out of the system.
Here’s how to put your best foot forward.