DR. ROBIN MILLER

DR. ROBIN MILLER, M.D., M.H.S.– INTERGRATIVE MEDICINE – Board certified in Internal Medicine, Medical Director of Triune Integrative Medicine, newspaper columnist (Grants Pass, Oregon), medical reporter (NBC TV, Medford, Oregon), author (three books), Dr. Miller is one of the most respected and best-known physicians in the Pacific Northwest. In addition to her busy medical practice she has produced the award-winning health series, “Is there a Doctor in the House,” for the GE-sponsored Patient Channel nationwide, and is a health expert for the National Association of Baby Boomer Women (NABBW) and Lifescript.com. She is a national speaker for the well-known organization, Speaking of Women’s Health. She also serves on the executive advisory board for Sharecare.com. She received her M.D. from the University of Illinois, and earned a Master of Health Sciences from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

  • READ YOUR WAY TO HEALTH AND HAPPINESS LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER (with David Kahn MS, CPT) – We all struggle to find happiness. Dave Kahn and I understand that health and happiness are linked absolutely. You cannot have one without the other. In our new book Healed: Health and Wellness for the 21st Century; we reveal essential information for your ... more
  • SUPER HEROES: SOARING SUPER AGERS LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER (with David Kahn MS, CPT) – Super Agers are people who are over 80 and perform cognitively as well as those much younger. A study was done looking at 40 adults between the ages of 70 and 80. It compared these older adults with a group of 41 younger ... more
  • TREATING AND PREVENTING ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER (with David Kahn MS, CPT) – Whenever I ask patients what their biggest fear is regarding their health, the answer is fairly unanimous. They are most afraid of losing their minds. If you gave people a choice between getting cancer or Alzheimer’s, the vast majority would pick cancer. National studies ... more
  • TIME TO DANCE–WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER – A special update from Dr. Miller and David Kahn, MS – Parkinson’s is a disease of the brain. It’s progressive. It gets worse over time, usually many years, even decades. Top Five Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (note: there are more) 5. Tremors and shaking, upright posture becomes a ... more
  • PROCESSED FOODS: DEATH BY AFFECTION LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER – This special report was prepared by By Dr. Miller and David Es. Kahn MS, CPT – I admit it. I love a good sweet now and then. OK. I love them all the time, but I control myself. About two months ago I had a craving for oatmeal ... more
  • DISCOVERING THE SECRET OF LIFE LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER – In the movie City Slickers one of the main characters is Curly, a crusty guy who teaches the citified folks a thing or two about being real cowboys. There is a pivotal scene where Curly asks the main character Mitch, played by Billy Crystal, the ultimate question: Curly: Do ... more
  • GET HAPPY, GO GREEN! LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER – It is estimated that 10% or 27 million Americans are on antidepressants.  The good news is that they can be very effective particularly for severe depression.  They also can be helpful for mild to moderate depression. The other thing that has been found to help mild to moderate ... more
  • GOT STRESS? DEAL WITH IT LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER – Stress is inevitable in our lives.  It is something that causes us to react with a fight or flight response.  This response is something that has protected us through the ages. When confronted with a perceived dangerous situation, a chemical reaction in the body takes place that can ... more
  • A HISTORY OF MEANNESS LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER – In 1968 a very brave teacher named Jane Elliott embarked on a social experiment with her classroom of third graders.  She wanted to teach them about prejudice.  In my opinion, she taught them and us a whole lot more. She divided the class into blue-eyed children and brown ... more
  • KEEP YOUR HEART HEALTHY – THINK POSITIVE! LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER – February is Heart Disease Awareness Month. I could write the usual article blog about what behaviors increase the chance of having a heart attack, or I could describe the signs and symptoms of the disease. However, everyone else is writing about that. I thought that I would take ... more
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