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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    What are the symptoms of primary high blood pressure?

    Typically, primary high blood pressure doesn't have any symptoms. However, if left untreated it can cause a lot of damage to your organs and that may cause symptoms like headaches, vomiting and fatigue. Your doctor usually checks your blood pressure every time you come in and if you don't go for

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    What are the symptoms of secondary high blood pressure?

    Typically, secondary high blood pressure doesn't have any symptoms. However, if left untreated it can cause a lot of damage to your organs and that may cause symptoms like headaches, vomiting and fatigue. Your doctor usually checks your blood pressure every time you come in and if you don't go for

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    What are the symptoms of high blood pressure?

    High blood pressure (hypertension) often causes no symptoms, even if severe. You can have high blood pressure for years without knowing it. That is why it is called a silent killer. The only way you can tell if your blood pressure is too high is to have it measured. Read More
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    Know Your Numbers: Blood Pressure

    You’ve had your blood pressure read and you may know what’s considered normal blood pressure, but do you know what those numbers measure and what they mean? If you’re one of the approximately 70 million adults in the US with high blood pressure—also known as hypertension—you should know, because high

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    All About Men: Facts About Your Frame

    Guess what? Guys can get bone problems like osteoporosis, too. An estimated 12 million men are at risk for the disease.

    Calcium and vitamin D help protect you. So do weight-bearing exercises like lifting weights and hiking. And here's another thing you can do for your bones: Eat some crab salad.

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    Is Your Wallet Causing Back Pain?

    Here's an important tip if you're a man with chronic back pain. In this Health Smarts video, Dr. Mehmet Oz reveals a surprising source of back pain, especially in men: your wallet, guys!

    Millions of guys drive with their wallet in their back pocket, but they can't figure out why they moan whenever

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    Take your health into your own hands.

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    Some of the most common emergency surgeries can also be the riskiest.

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    About to Whiten Your Teeth? Read This First!

    The down economy's done little to darken the tooth-bleaching market. Americans spend $1.4 billion a year on at-home kits to brighten stained and yellowed chompers and request whitening more than any other procedure in the dentist's office. (Then again, who's begging for a root canal?) But, like a

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    Find out the worst foods for tooth enamel loss and acid erosion in teeth. View Slideshow
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    How Flossing Is Linked to Overall Health

    Julia Roberts’s radiant smile melts hearts (Richard Gere’s in Pretty Woman); a deep space Ferengi's snaggle-toothed grin breaks hearts (the Grand Nagus in Star Trek); and King Kong’s breathy grimace is not for the faint of heart (though Naomi Watts swoons).

    Turns out your smile tells the world a

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    Cell Phone Radiation May Increase Tumor Risk

    A link between cell phone radiation and cancer in rats has been suggested, according to a recent study from the National Toxicology Program, a division at the National Institutes of Health.

    Researchers exposed more than 2,500 laboratory rats to radiofrequency radiation, or RFR — the radiation emitted

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    Keep your heart healthy when summer temperatures rise.  

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    What are some grilling safety tips?

    Keep moist disposable towelettes near the grill as a reminder to the grillmaster to clean his/her hands before touching the food. Wash the platter and utensils that touched the raw meat before using them again on the cooked meat. Use a separate marinade if you plan on coating the meat again during

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    How should people who have medical conditions handle the summer heat?

    That depends on the types of conditions. But, for the most part, people with a fairly common disease, like diabetes, have to be careful, not so much with the heat but with hydration. If diabetes fluctuates a lot, or is uncontrolled, the hemodynamic effect of uncontrolled hydration can affect the

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