Ask the Doctor
Dr. Laura Miles shares her knowledge on getting healthy and staying healthy through conventional, alternative, and restorative techniques.
Everyone is unique when it comes to their bowel habits but if you aren’t having a bowel movement every three days you are most likely constipated. Constipation can make us feel bloated, full and cause unnecessary straining. Long term risk of constipation includes increased risk [...]
After that great rain this past weekend, I am anticipating even more mosquitos! Mosquitos can carry a plethora of illnesses including West Nile Virus, Chikungunya, and some types of encephalitis. West Nile is the predominant mosquito illness in Oklahoma and is still active in this [...]
Dementia occurs when the cognitive condition of a person declines and is considered a syndrome that typically has at least two of the following alterations: ability to comprehend and verbalize language, form short-term memories and understand geographic information. Impairments may also affect daily function. There [...]
Introducing the Nutraeval test by Genova. When I am really diving into underlying issues sometimes just measuring a level of a nutrient is not enough. For example, I can easily measure B12 levels but it doesn’t mean you are actually able to use that nutrient. [...]
Thermography is a test that uses an infrared camera to detect heat patterns. Modern thermography detects heat and blood flow in body tissues and may tip you off to areas of inflammation. The more inflammation you have in an area the more “heat” it produces. [...]
Osteoporosis is a very common condition and literally means porous bones or bone loss. Osteopenia is a milder form that just raises the red flag that you aren’t going in the right direction. Classic risk factors of bone loss include: Petite and thin body [...]