In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
What having a consistently inconsistent disease taught Montel Williams about becoming more proactive about treating his multiple sclerosis.
Studies say yes, but the disease’s differences may go deeper than just skin color.
You may not think of food as part of your skin care regimen, but the vitamins and minerals in a well-balanced diet indeed provide...
Raise a glass to these revitalizing refreshments.
and Other Allergy and Asthma-Causing Drama
For each of these triggers, specialists recommend ways to avoid allergic reactions.
Although color loss is inevitable, science is trying to find a way to keep hair in the black.
These products are worth every cent.
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Do you find it painful to stand up for you? Many people do. But only you can change that.
After her HIV-positive diagnosis, Tembeni Fazo started a dialogue to end HIV discrimination.
What’s the difference between assertiveness and aggression?
If you or your child has been told you have asthma, or even if you have occasional problems taking a good, deep breath, this simple test...
Love, marriage, a baby carriage and...HIV?
Black communities set the pace for condom use.
For many African Americans with hepatitis C, treatment doesn’t work. Telaprevir, an experimental drug, may change that.
HIV drugs can cause side effects. But other meds can clear them up.
What women should know about heart attack symptoms
May be just what the doctor ordered
Although many dentists believe fluoridated water defends against dental decay, some say kids are getting harmful doses of the mineral.
This first meal is especially important for black girls.
The naked truth about “healthy” foods
No matter which variety you choose, cheese can be a tasty part of a healthy diet.
I?m Sick of Politics