Dr. David Miles

Dr. David Miles

PharmD

David is a seasoned Pharmacist, natural medicines expert, medical reviewer, and pastor. Earning his Doctorate from the Medical University of South Carolina, David received clinical training at several major hospital systems and has worked for various pharmacy chains over the years. His focus and passion has always been taking care of his patients by getting accurate information and thorough education to those who need it most. His motto: "Good Information = Good Outcomes".

Latest guides

Ozempic Face

05 April 2024

‘Ozempic face’ refers to the effects caused by taking weight loss medications such as Ozempic, which include very noticeable changes in the face, such as aging and sagging skin.


Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms

02 April 2024

Nicotine withdrawal symptoms will emerge within hours after the previous cigarette or nicotine use and can cause intense cravings, making it hard to quit.


Halcion Withdrawal Symptoms

22 March 2024

Halcion can cause physical dependence, which can lead to withdrawal symptoms when the medication is stopped


MAO Inhibitors (MAOIs)

21 March 2024

Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) are antidepressant medications that are no longer commonly prescribed due to their potential risks and side effects.


Zopiclone

21 March 2024

Zopiclone is a sedative sleeping drug used to treat insomnia and other sleep conditions. Taking zopiclone not as prescribed can result in health risks and dependence.

Latest articles

Melatonin: What is it and how does it affect sleep?

09 April 2024

Melatonin, a hormone naturally present in the body, regulates sleep patterns, but supplementation of it can also help in treating chronic pain, irregular menstrual cycles, and depression.


Drug Use and Pregnancy: The Effects and How to Get Help

09 April 2024

Taking illegal or recreational substances during pregnancy, including alcohol, cocaine, methamphetamine, and opioids can significantly impact the well-being of both mothers and their unborn children.


Oregon Set To Recriminalize Certain Substances

02 April 2024

Oregon’s Governor, Tina Kotek, intends to implement new legislation to recriminalize certain drugs, in an attempt to fight the state’s increasing overdose and drug abuse problems.