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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    How can I prevent heat-related illnesses and emergencies?

    Heat related illness can be prevented by limiting time spent outside when the temperature is elevated to an extreme. Hydration is key. Drink plenty of fluid. Water and Gatorade type drinks are best. It is most important to avoid caffeinated and alcoholic beverages. If you must be outside, take plenty

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    What are the symptoms of heat exhaustion?

    If you're sweating heavily, you could be developing heat exhaustion, but there are other less obvious signs. Learn what they are -- and when to get immediate medical help -- by watching the video.


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    How can I tell the difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke?

    The symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke are different and a doctor should make that decision. In this video, Natalie Shum, MD, an emergency medicine doctor at West Hills Hospital, describes symptoms of heat-related illnesses. Read More
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    What is heat stroke?

    Heat stroke is the least common but most severe heat-related illness. It usually occurs when people ignore the signs of heat exhaustion. Heat stroke develops when the body systems are overwhelmed by heat and begin to stop functioning. Heat stroke is a serious medical emergency.
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    What is heat index?

    The heat index combines both temperature and humidity to determine a real feel of the temperature. For example, if the temperature is 80 degrees, and there is 80 percent humidity, the heat index is 84. In other words, it may only be 80°F outside, but because of the humidity, your body is losing heat...Read More
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    Drinking a non-alcoholic beer can improve sleep quality because of the hops in the beer; it has a sedating quality. In this video, internist and sleep... View Video
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    Sleep cycles occur in an orchestrated pattern, says HealthMaker and professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Michael Timothy Smith, MA, PhD.... View Video
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    Pneumonia can often disguise itself as a common cold or flu, but is a more serious illness requiring medical attention. Discover the signs and symptoms... View Video
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    Precision is key in surgery, and many medical professionals believe that robotics can provide an added level of exactness. HealthMaker Steve McLeod,... View Video
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    Ask the Expert: What Should My Heart Rate Be During Exercise?

    You may have been told you should be exercising moderately for 150 minutes per week or vigorously for 75 minutes per week, but you probably haven’t been told how to exercise. What does “moderate” and “vigorous” mean? The answer lies in your heart rate. We sat down with James A.M. Smith, DO, a car

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    Follow these steps to get a good night's rest. View Slideshow
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    Today’s Fast Pace Contributing to Less Sleep
    Learn to set the pace: In 1925, WWI flying ace Eddie Rickenbacher did it, so did James Garner in 1957 and Jay Leno in 1999. They drove pace cars at the Indianapolis 500. But when their pace cars pulled off the track (it happens at every car race) all y
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    What are the different types of sleep disorders?

    There are many types of sleep disorders. Insomnia, the most common one, is difficulty falling or staying asleep. Circadian-rhythm (also known as sleep-wake cycle) sleep disorders involve going to bed or waking up too early or too late. Hypersomnia is sleeping too much. Read More
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    How does bedtime sleepiness relate to sleep disorders?

    Sleep experts advise you shouldn’t go to bed unless you are sleepy. Try to build your bedtime schedule around a time that’s your natural sleep time. Read a book or listen to soft music to help you relax.

    If you aren’t asleep in twenty minutes, get out of bed, go to another room, and do something relaxing

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    How did the invention of Breathe Right nasal strips occur?

    If you have watched a professional football game anytime since the mid-1990s you probably noticed that many of the players wear nasal strips. These adhesive strips mechanically open the nasal passages. The most popular brand is Breathe Right. The strips were invented by Bruce Johnson in 1991. Bruce

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