In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Actress Kenya Moore knows firsthand what can go wrong when parents don’t meet their kids’ emotional needs.
Everyone can benefit from these self-esteem tips.
Do we really need additives in our food?
Does synthetic food coloring drive kids wild?
So you’ve always wanted a more shapely booty. Advanced cosmetic surgery can make it happen. But sometimes you pay a steep price.
You’ve done your research and know surgery’s right for you. Now get off your tush and read this.
Yikes! Is that peach fuzz growing on your arms, legs and goodness knows where else?
See how much you know about black hair care.
A roundup of the latest, must-have finds for hair, skin, health and beauty, these products are worth every cent.
Made poor choices? Let go, then move on.
Do like author L.A. Banks, a.k.a. Leslie Esdaile Banks. Tap into your creative juices and squeeze out a new life.
Joyce Morley-Ball, EdD, (a.k.a. Dr. Joyce) owner of Morley-Ball and Associates Inc., a mental health therapy services firm in Decatur, Georgia...
If black men care about their health, then why won’t more brothas go see the doctor?
Healthy Love Workshops make some noise.
Behind the headlines
Don’t let a picnic in the park or a hike in the hills turn into an evening at the ER.
How to get rid of winter’s chilling effects on skin and gear up for summer’s sun.
Glued to your TV and computer screens? Here’s motivation to get you moving.
Why it’s wise to say bye-bye to that bulging belly- now!
Going from zero to 60 at the gym in seconds is risky business. Here’s how to work out right.
Don’t eat most of your calories at breakfast.
Certain foods may help you better cope with PMS.
What’s the difference between freshly squeezed juice and the bottled or canned versions? Plenty.
Have You Checked the Children?