In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
When not training for more Olympic gold, celebrated swimmer Cullen Jones is on a mission to make more black kids aware of water safety and the...
Water activity has proven health benefits, but did you know that men can cut their risk of death in half by simply doing a few laps?
Think blacks don’t get skin cancer? Well, forget that myth and slather on some sun protection.
Because of this pigment in the skin, getting a few Ds is also a vital part of day-to-day black health.
When will African Americans learn that no one can save us but us?
The 411 on HIV post-exposure prophylaxis
HIV is no longer all about wasting.
Today, this may mean visiting virtual communities online for health care info.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 12.5 percent of youth ages 6 to 19 and 17 percent of adults ages...
Too much texting could cause a variety of health problems.
Holiday preview: Sony and other game makers will challenge players to get off their duffs and keep it moving.
It might not be because you’ve lost interest.
Knowing proper portions of food helps you stay healthy. But how much is too much? The answer is in your hands.
Strategies for avoiding stress-related eating
If you’d like to try a vegetarian diet, nature’s bountiful summer season may be the best time to go meatless.
A stress-free transition from relaxed to natural is possible if you give delicate African-American tresses enough TLC.
Staying healthy means being active, but can you get physical without getting your hair messed up?
Media personality Audrey Adams uses new-school media to practice this old-school philosophy.
How do you find your passion in life?
When she discovered her son had a mental illness, Jacquelynne Borden-Conyers sought and found support.
Does the popular fitness game actually make you healthier?
Study Findings Say...