Dr. Robin Miller

Dr. Robin Miller, Sharecare Editorial Advisory Board Member, currently practices Internal Medicine and serves as the medical director of Triune Integrative Medicine, a highly innovative Integrative Medicine clinic in Medford, Oregon. She has produced the award-winning health series, “Is there a Doctor in the House,” which is shown nationwide on the GE-sponsored Patient Channel, and is the author of "Kids Ask the Doctor" and the co-author of “The Smart Woman's Guide to Midlife and Beyond: A No-Nonsense Approach to Staying Healthy after 50".

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AskMD: Get More from Your Doctor Visits

Little strikes fear in the hearts of most doctors more than patients who bring a large stack of papers about their potential diseases diagnosed by Dr. Google. Now there’s a way for patients to research their symptoms -- and get information that can improve their doctor visits. View Full Post

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Can Psoriasis Lead to Arthritis? 4 Must-Know Facts

Psoriasis is a common skin condition that affects 7.5 million Americans. It occurs when a person’s immune system goes on the fritz and sends signals that tell skin cells to grow too fast. The new cells form in days instead of weeks. This causes them to pile up and creates patches of psoriasis. View Full Post

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Even Skinny People Are at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

With November being National Diabetes Month, there’s more than the usual focus on the epidemic in this country: 25.8 million children and adults in the United States -- 8.3% of the population -- have diabetes, with 7 million of them undiagnosed, according to the American Diabetes Association. View Full Post

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Could Your Family Have Inherited High Cholesterol?

When was the last time you had your cholesterol levels checked? Just as important -- and this question may surprise you -- have you ever had your childrens’ cholesterol levels tested? View Full Post

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The Truth About Medicine and Heart Disease

Over 25 years ago I completed a fellowship in the field of Preventive Cardiology, which was a relatively new concept at the time. The idea behind it was to find those at risk for heart disease and stroke and help them to modify their risk factors. We started with family members of those who had already had a heart attack or stroke. We checked their cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, weight, stress and activity level, and their smoking history. View Full Post