In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
For most of her life, Tami Roman has carried an enormous anger inside, one that surfaces in ways viewers consider bullying.
What you should know about child sexual abuse
People with type 2 diabetes can actually help reverse the disease by eating well.
Eat-well tips for people with diabetes. Hint: You can eat more of the foods you love than you think.
After my mother died, many years passed before I realized her forgetfulness and inability to do simple tasks were symptoms of that disease.
Being realistic about a loved one’s limitations can help make life easier.
If you’ve gone natural to grow your tresses long and strong only to watch your curls and coils shrink when wet, don’t tear out your hair in fr...
A roundup of the latest, must-have finds for hair, skin, health and beauty, these products are worth every cent.
Length and texture. For years, these two words summed up all that mattered to me when I thought about my hair.
Will the at-home HIV test help reduce transmission rates?
HIV negative? Now, with PrEP, many can pop a pill to help stay that way.
Millions of women can better protect themselves from HIV—and it’s free!
When autistic children can’t speak up for themselves, parents must be their voice.
What happens when surgeons close you up and leave medical instruments inside?
Although obesity threatens all Americans, black folks can end up suffering the most.
Three simple and successful tactics for losing weight
What expiration dates on food products really mean.
What can go wrong when companies serve up genetically modified foods?
Avoid these common exercise errors.
Moms, dads and kids who work out together, stay healthier together.
Condoms can prevent unwanted pregnancy and STIs, but only if you use them correctly.
Rachael L. Ross, MD, PhD, a.k.a. Dr. Rachael answers your questions.
Keep your sunny outlook no matter what the weather.
Changing seasons can trigger depressive symptoms in some people. Here’s what one woman did to chase the clouds away.
People living with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) can take steps to help themselves, says psychologist Elizabeth Waterman, PsyD.