Donald W. Miller, Jr., MD

Articles by Donald W. Miller, Jr., MD

Iodine for Health

There is growing evidence that Americans would have better health and a lower incidence of cancer and fibrocystic disease of the breast if they consumed more iodine. Read more...

Mercury on the Mind

Although they afflict widely different age groups, autism and Alzheimer’s disease share a common cause: mercury. This heavy metal is highly poisonous. Human exposure to mercury today comes principally from three sources: dental amalgams, vaccines, and fish. Read more...
(Our note: energy saving CFLs can now be included.)

The Moon Goddess' Role in Human Health

Selenium was discovered in 1817 and named after Selene, the Greek Goddess of the Moon. Selenium blood levels tend to fall as people age. In one study, investigators followed 1,300 people age 60–71 years for 9 years and found that those with the greatest decrease in blood selenium had the highest likelihood of cognitive decline. Read more...

Vitamin D In a New Light

There are thirteen vitamins humans need for growth and development and to maintain good health. The human body cannot make these essential bio-molecules. They must be supplied in the diet or by bacteria in the intestine, except for vitamin D. Read more...


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