In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Mary J. Blige is stronger, healthier and happier than ever. Here’s how the queen of hip-hop soul turned her life around.
Rx for doctors: Talk to parents about their kids’ weight
Does the Bush administration favor big business over kids?
The herb that helps keep the doctor away
There’s real hope for HIV therapy, but you have to read beyond the headlines.
No man wants his face or neckline riddled with razor bumps and in--grown hairs, so we asked dermatologist and laser surgeon Eliot F. Battle Jr...
Prevention, treatment and a new test
A book review
When to shell it out and when to save
Truth sets you free
I enjoy reading your articles, which focus on health problems that many African Americans are facing today.
Should we get our calcium from vitamins or food?
Did you know that your iPod, PC or TV can now make you buff? Alicia Villarosa checks out the latest fitness tools.
Gail Wyatt, PhD, director of the sexual-health program and associate director of the AIDS Institute at UCLA, assists us between the sheets.
“Explosive sex. Every night, at any age!” reads the subject line of a spam e-mail I just received.
By now, you may know that diabetes and hypertension are among the most serious health issues facing the black community.
After recovering from a food addiction, Lindsey Williams found that with a few simple changes, Grandma’s recipes lost the pound-packing...
Are men returning from prison giving HIV to black women?
A brain tumor taught author Karen E. Quinones Miller to trust her instincts
Nutritionist Goulda Downer, RD, PhD, looks at the latest research