James Miller

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James Miller is Vice President, Partner Relationships for Sharecare and is responsible for the development, integration and ongoing engagement of strategic content partners on the Sharecare platform.

James has spent his professional career in the healthcare and life sciences industries. He was a principal in Standing Stone Partners, a full service creative, communications and strategic consulting firm serving early and mid-stage healthcare, medical device and biotech companies. Prior to Standing Stone, James was Vice President and General Manager of a leading San Francisco Bay area video, animation and multimedia company specializing in creating high end patient and clinical professional programming.

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    The rickety table is an excellent exercise that can strengthen more than just your back. It can strengthen your arms and butt as well. Watch this video... View Video
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    What are the benefits of fitness trackers?

    Digital fitness tracking devices come in a wide range of colors, shapes and functionality. These wearable digital devices track many things, including distance covered in a walk, run or hike, and your target heart rate during intense workouts. Using a personal fitness tracking device will make you...Read More
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    4 Ways to Stay Healthy in the Air

    I have had experiences in the past when I came down with a wicked cold after flying. It usually happened when hacking passengers surrounded me. I have been relatively lucky lately, but I am planning on doing more long-distance travel. This has prompted me to find some easy tips to help me stay healthy,

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    Get your party on and get home safely.

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    No time for the gym? Tone trouble spots during your shift with these moves.

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    What are differences between a cold and the flu?

    The common cold and the flu, or influenza, may cause many of the same symptoms. For instance, both the cold and flu can produce fever, coughing, nasal congestion, headaches and fatigue. However, there are some important differences between a cold and the flu, including the following:
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    Get the facts on the cold and flu and keep your family healthy this winter.

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    What You Need to Know About the Flu and Flu Vaccine

    Every year, 5% to 20% of Americans are expected to get the flu, also called influenza. The flu is definitely more dangerous than the common cold, and young children under 5 have a higher risk of serious complications from the flu.

    Most adults can handle the temporary discomfort that comes with the shot, while

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    4 Reasons Your Arteries Are Hardening

    You may not have heard of the term atherosclerosis, but you probably know it by another name: hardening of the arteries. Atherosclerosis is a buildup of plaque—a waxy, fatty substance—in the arteries. This plaque can rupture or fissure, causing blood clots to form on the exposed surface and may lead

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    FDA Bans Antibacterial Soaps

    Think antibacterial hand soap is the best way to suds up? You may want to think again. Nineteen ingredients in over-the-counter antibacterial soaps, including the chemicals triclosan and triclocarban, can no longer be sold, following a U.S. Food and Drug Administration review.

    The review also found that the

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    What is chronic inflammation?

    Chronic inflammation has been linked to diseases such as diabetes, cancer, and asthma. Find out more as Dr. Oz talks about the causes of chronic inflammation in this video.

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    What are the treatment options for inflammation?

    There are many treatment options available for inflammation and the pain that is associated with it. Both heat and cold therapy have been used to reduce inflammation. Proper rest and exercise are important to maintaining a healthy immune system. Medications and surgery may be necessary to repair

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    Can I treat inflammation naturally?

    Lifestyle changes will go a long way toward reducing chronic inflammation in your body, so focus on making the following changes:

    1. Focus on eating a healthy diet. This includes avoiding pro-inflammatory foods like trans fats, fried foods, sugar and grains, foods cooked at high temperatures and oxidized
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    How can inflammation affect my mood?

    Body-wide inflammation isn't just bad for your arteries. More and more evidence shows that inflammation can fuel brain changes that mildly or majorly affect mood. In fact, inflammation may explain the link between depression's low moods and major-league health issues, such as heart disease....Read More
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    What is inflammation?

    Inflammation is a two-step process: First, extra blood flows to the site of injury and provides a cushioning layer of fluid, to prevent further exacerbation of that injury. Second, a particular set of molecules circulate around the site of injury, cleaning up the damaged tissue and replacing it with new...Read More