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    Sheila BeadesSheila Beades

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    Immune Support

The Dangers of Stress Stress acts as a relevant and integral piece of our daily lives. Defined as a stimulus that precipitates a physiological reaction in the brain, stress functions to activate a response in the body that has historically served as a survival mechanism for the human population. Stress can be caused by daily responsibilities and routines, or more traumatic events such as development of an illness or hospitalization. Sustained le...
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    Kelly ParcellKelly Parcell

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    Naturopathic Medicine

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    COVID-19

As of January 28th, 2021, we continue to provide care for our patients. During this time, with the updated Safer at Home Level Orange order in effect in our state, we plan to conduct care for patients with heightened awareness and best practices. We are closely monitoring the recommendations of the Boulder County Public Health Department, and also looking to our colleagues at Boulder Community Hospital for guidance. We care about your health, ...
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    Kirsten WestKirsten West

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    Integrative Cancer Support

Oftentimes, when we think of cancer, we think of a primary tumor. In fact, this is what so much of our diagnostic screening sets out to find: an abnormal mass occupying space. But an important question to ask is; can cancer metastases occur without a primary tumor? Surprisingly, the answer is yes. Cancer Diagnosis and Tumors Tumors are aberrant growths of tissue and are either benign or malignant. We term them malignant when this mass is invasi...
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    Denise ClarkDenise Clark

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    Clinical Nutrition

Eosinphilic esophagitis (EoE) has historically been known as a rare allergic condition. However, it is becoming increasingly more common and can occur at any age, from infants to adults. It can manifest with mild symptoms such as occasional difficulty swallowing, throat pain, vomiting, and more serious incidents of food impaction in the esophagus. In this post we'll discuss the symptoms of EoE, how it's diagnosed, and the effectiveness of differe...
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    Denise ClarkDenise Clark

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    Gastroenterological Health

When it comes to matters of the gut, it can be tough to pinpoint your symptoms and understand what they might be telling you. Two conditions of the intestines that are similar in nature are Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO). In this post we’ll highlight the differences between them so you can start to determine which one ails you, or, if it’s actually both. Identifying Irritable Bowel Syndrome I...