In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
After Holly Robinson Peete discovered firsthand the challenges facing parents of autistic children, she jumped headlong into advocacy.
Scientists may have found a new way to detect autism in children—by looking at their brain activity.
Incarceration does more than force female prisoners to serve time behind bars. It also damages their physical health and mental well-being.
Amnesty International reviews three of the most prevalent physical and mental health issues that threaten women behind bars.
Until recently, coconut oil was demonized because of its high amount of saturated fat. Turns out, not all saturated fats are equal. And now, m...
This yummy dessert is full of coconut flava.
What happens to hair-care ingredients before they get bottled and sold? RH goes behind the scenes.
Believe-it-or-not facts about those precious strands
A roundup of the latest, must-have finds for hair, skin, health and beauty. These products are worth every cent.
My fascination with brain mapping focuses on the possibility of a cure for Alzheimer’s.
Can product placement at grocery stores help fix our bad eating habits?
What the latest HIV transmission stats really mean for some young folks
Unlikely scientists unite to take aim at the virus.
Cute but painful shoes can harm more than your feet.
How do parents feel about HPV vaccinations for boys?
Researchers continue to take aim at finding hep C cures.
Water workouts can be an excellent exercise for anyone.
Don’t let exercise become too much of a good thing.
How couples divide the housework may boost their sexplay.
Rachael L. Ross, MD, PhD, a.k.a. Dr. Rachael answers your questions.
Are you tired of styling your tresses the same ol’ way?
Claire Herring and Gemma Brooks saw a void in marketplace for a product to help boost brainpower, so they created DaisyBrains.com.
Doing brain exercises on the computer is just one part of a healthy lifestyle, say DaisyBrains.com cofounders Claire Herring and Gemma Brooks.