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Real Health Spring 2014

Real Health Spring 2014

In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

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Tender Loving Care

Not trying to scare anyone, but the flu can land you or your child in the hospital. It can even kill you.

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Beat the Bug

Take the necessary precautions to protect yourself from flu season.

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A Quiet Killer

Many years ago, Wayne Starks dreamed he should spread the word and educate folks in high risk communities about hepatitis C, a sneaky and shat...

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Get Screened for Hep C

What you don’t know can hurt you.

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Seasoning Safety

The FDA says that 12 percent of imported spices are contaminated with ’filth.’ But does this unappetizing finding pose a health risk?

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For Medicinal Purposes

The heart--healing power of spices.

Going to Great Lengths

If growing longer tresses is your mane mission, then you must stop strands from snapping.

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Long Shots

For hair to get longer, strands have to get stronger. These tips will pump up your plaits.

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Stuff We Love-Spring 2014

A roundup of the latest, must-have finds for hair, skin, health, beauty and more. These products are worth every cent.

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Editor’s Letter-Spring 2014

Why do some of us feel compelled to share each and every detail of our lives?

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Not for Children Only

Many feel that bullying is a public health issue that can affect anyone, regardless of age.

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Feline Favors

The common house cat might hold the key to an HIV vaccine.

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Triple Threat

A novel contraceptive device that is now being tested would simultaneously protect women against HIV and herpes.

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Let the Sun Shine!

Soaking up the rays may benefit your blood pressure.

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Ticked Off

Yes, these tiny bloodsucking bugs can transmit Lyme disease.

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It’s All in the Genes

What if the cure for sickle-cell sufferers was found in their own bodies?

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Born This Way

What happens when a baby’s sex can’t be clearly identified?

Ask Doctor Dee

Dorothy Horton, PsyD, answers your questions in her latest Ask Doctor Dee column.

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Quality Matters

Staying slim and healthy requires more than just counting calories.

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We Must Bee Careful

Fewer honeybees might create a big threat to our food supply.

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A Taste of Sadness?

Food and mood interact to flavor our physical and mental health.

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I’ll Get to It Later

How to stop procrastinating and act--now!

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Move On!

Don’t delay: Get that cheater outta your life.

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The Expert Says-Spring 2014

Joseph Ferrari, PhD, a professor of psychology at DePaul University in Chicago, spoke to the American Psychological Association about procrast...

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