Frustrated that conventional medicine had little to offer many of her patients, Daphne Miller, a practicing physician and professor of family medicine at the University of California at San Francisco, decided to take a look at how human health is affected by other natural systems. This led her on a journey of family farms, whereContinue Reading
Patients in her San Francisco family practice call her Dr. Daphne. It’s a fitting moniker for an upbeat M.D. — a picture of health herself — known to prescribe soup recipes for cold-symptom relief.Continue Reading
When physician Daphne Miller visited farms across the country, she wondered how she could relate farming to treating her patients. In her new book “Farmacology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing,” Miller shares her experience at seven family farms and suggests that if people treated their bodies the way farmersContinue Reading
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Interview on 45 North with Anne Strainchamps, Wisconsin Public RadioContinue Reading
It sounds like the premise of a zany sitcom: A Berkeley-based doctor who admits she doesn’t know the difference between humus (the soil layer) and hummus (the pita topping) visits farms across the country and wackiness ensues! But there’s nothing simplistic or surfacey about Farmacology… Continue Reading
We are more connected to the farm than we think. Continue Reading
The New York Times: Personal Health Interview with Jane Brody on Dr. Daphne Miller and “diseases of indoor living.”Continue Reading