In every issue of Real Health, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
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You might think pop culture icon Rihanna leads a charmed life. But the overwhelming amount of stress she faces is enough to get anybody down
Tense? Anxious? Stressed out? Medical experts say these healthy habits can help you stay balanced.
When Charles Mattocks, a.k.a. “The Poor Chef,” learned he had type 2 diabetes, he altered his diet and lifestyle.
Some people call diabetes a “beast.” Here’s how many health experts say you can keep this monster at bay.
The debate about the safety of genetically engineered foods remains unresolved as scientists squabble over evidence.
Wanna know if products contain genetically engineered ingredients? There’s an app for that.
Think a hair transplant might restore your crowning glory? Read this doctor’s perspective before making a decision.
If you’re facing hair loss, these proactive steps can lead to a fuller life.
A roundup of the latest, must-have finds for hair, skin, health, beauty and more. These products are worth every cent.
Black folks--even those who don’t light up--are exposed to more secondhand smoke than other groups. Here’s why.
Facebook might be a good friend of HIV prevention.
More than 60 years after her death, Henrietta Lacks is recognized by scientists as an unwitting hero in HIV research.
The buzz about the dangerous ’smoking alcohol’ trend
What happens when ill or aged parents need care?
If you knock out a tooth, can it be saved? Yes, but you have to act fast.
Is the food on our plates linked to the pimples on our face?
Hepatitis C attacks your liver--and sometimes your diet.
When strength training, observe proper form and technique.
Only one person can decide if barefoot running is comfortable for you.
Female heart attack patients want to know how much sex their tickers can take--but many are afraid to ask their cardiologists.
Rachael L. Ross, MD, PhD, a.k.a. Dr. Rachael answers your questions.
After 20 years of marriage, one Atlanta woman lost her soul mate to divorce but finally found herself again.
There’s a difference between being lonely and being alone.
Sometimes a long, hard look at how you?re living is what you need to get reconnected to others and the world at large.