In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
New York State’s first lady is solid in her commitment to fight childhood obesity.
Obesity: Have You Checked the Children?
Don’t ignore episodic bouts of pain and discomfort. The warning signs could mean serious problems.
“How was school?” may be a hard question for kids with HIV.
Kids with HIV are healthier than ever, but stigma persists.
How to find a birth control method that’s right for you.
This popular fitness system can improve your core strength and flexibility—quick!
When is fainting harmless, and when does it signal a major problem?
Sexologist Rachael L. Ross, MD, PhD, a.k.a. Dr. Rachael answers your questions.
A well-balanced diet promotes safe and natural body cleansing.
Rather than go low-fat, aim for a right-fats diet.
62% of African-American women are lactose-intolerant.
Getting more sleep could save your life.
Sugar sure tastes great, but is the sweet stuff good for you?
These products are worth every penny. Give your hair a little color boost and cover a few stubborn grays—without worrying about damage.
Cultivate this quality to help you get on with life.
Evita Gahagan found inner strength and, with outside group support, learned how to cope with the difficulties of being a new mother.
Nicole Coleman, PhD, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Houston, shares tips on becoming more resilient.
Black men’s hair and shaving issues can ruin their self-esteem and cost them their jobs. And you thought only women had bad hair days.