1. 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 […]

  2. A Cure For Colic

    January 29, 2013 by

    Imagine being a newborn. The bright lights, the new sensations, unfamiliar feelings, it must all be so bewildering. When the griping, grabbing pain of colic sets in, there’s nothing to do but cry about it. And cry, they do. Sometimes for hours at a stretch, night after night. There’s little parents can do but walk […]

  3. 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 […]

  4. Forecasting The Weather

    January 10, 2013 by

    You awaken on a beautiful, sunny, January morning but your arthritis is flaring up, making your joints painful and stiff. Two days later, a snowstorm blows through. Did your knees know the storm was coming?   Many people say that their joints can predict the weather more accurately than the meteorologists on TV. They say […]

  5. Get Your ZZZZZs

    November 28, 2012 by

    Tossing and turning more than usual? With the rich mix of election season, Hurricane Sandy, and early snowstorms, we’ve all had enough stress to cause a little loss of sleep. Now, to add to the fun, the holidays are upon us and the whirl of decorating, shopping, and cooking is in full swing. Getting a […]

  6. 4 Thieves To The Rescue

    November 19, 2012 by

    During the dreadful years of the Black Death, a few people found the way to survive the plague that was decimating the population. Among the more colorful of these were four thieves from Marseilles who, while plundering for treasures, protected themselves with garlic and a concoction of herbs extracted in vinegar. The tale is a […]