1. Did You Know: February is Heart Health Month

    February 9, 2016 by Kathleen Wolfe

    This February, Celebrate (and Improve!) Heart Health   6 Heart Health Tips From a Top Cardiologist As you go about your day, you probably don’t think much about the organ that makes it all possible: your heart. It pumps for you all day long, and it’s your hardest working muscle. You can help keep it […]

  2. Dry Mouth

    February 12, 2013 by

    When your mouth is as dry as a desert, it’s tough to talk and food tastes like cardboard. If this condition occurs often or when you’re not at the beach or running a marathon, you may have xerostomia. This condition is caused by a complete absence or very low levels of saliva. If your saliva […]

  3. Vitamin B12 and Your Brain

    February 7, 2013 by

    We all worry about losing our ability to think clearly. If we misplace our keys, we’re certain that our brains are failing. Rest assured that occasional lapses happen to everyone and are perfectly normal. Recently, researchers from Tufts University published a study in the Journal of The American Geriatrics Society about the effect of Vitamin […]

  4. New Year New You in 2013

    January 19, 2013 by

    At Millers Pharmacy, we support a science-based health care approach, which assesses and treats underlying causes of illness through individually tailored therapies. If you’re having trouble losing weight or just feeling blah, a comprehensive health survey can review your nutritional and hormonal conditions to help find a solution. The professionals at Millers will then work […]

  5. More Than Just A Coincidence

    December 27, 2012 by

    High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) has been linked to the development of diabetes according to a new study published in the journal, Global Health. Researchers looked at the consumption rates of HFCS in 43 countries in the developed and developing world. Consumption amounts ranged from about one pound per person per year in Germany to […]