In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
What are the chances that a total stranger might save your life? Ask Natalie Cole.
These viruses can cause cancer or liver disease years after you?re infected. But you can arm and protect yourself today.
Forget the superfoods hype. Our bodies need a variety of fresh, wholesome foods to function properly.
Hands down, most nutritionists agree these are the best food energy sources.
In real life, she helps young girls in Harlem, build their self-esteem and confidence as part of a laudable community skating program.
Empower your daughter right now!
Our hair is intricately entwined with our sense of self.
These products are worth every cent.
Give your hair a color boost and say goodbye to gray.
To break out of a rut and transform your life, cultivate positive affirmations amid the turmoil.
After Garry Jones sought treatment for depression, he decided silence was not an option.
For the almost 15 million adults living with depression, it can be a daily struggle to stay in touch with reality. Here Jon G. Allen, PhD, sen...
In the past, the notion of altering our God-given ethnic features was considered an affront to our blackness. But times are a changin’.
U.S. heterosexuals living in urban poverty- regardless of race or ethnicity- face alarming rates of HIV.
Now that studies show a vaginal microbicide can lower a woman’s risk of contracting HIV, when exactly can we get a prescription?
New research suggests children are starting puberty at an earlier age.
Sexologist Rachael L. Ross, MD, PhD, a.k.a. Dr. Rachael answers your questions.
How to get a total body workout in less than one hour
And other innovative on-the-job workouts
The healthiest beverages to guzzle down
Sorry, missed meals won?t help you lose weight.
Sound too good to be true? Not really.
It’s been said that if you don’t do things for yourself no one else will.