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You have had your heart scan by either referring yourself for a scan or you were referred by your another health care provider.  I have found that many medical providers do not know how to read these scans. There are common medications that he repeated often such as: 1.      Calcified plaque does not rupture so do not worry about it (calcified plaque can rupture especially if it is mixed plaque and the point of the s...
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Post-flood Mold Information and Resources...
Breaking news for those affected by allergy or mold in the greater Denver and Boulder area: A new type of immunotherapy is now available. The recent flooding has given rise to more indoor mold problems than ever before. Mold can hide behind walls which adds to the problem. Mold can be toxic to people and animals as well as cause allergy symptoms. Bottom line: people can get sick and allergies can get worse. Immunotherapy (allergy shots) is a t...
Steve Parcell, ND Boulder, CO According to marketing experts, gaining popularity lately are B12 shots. When asked how they work for weight issues Parcell says " I think they work in some people because some people are actually low in vitamin B12. B12 is needed for red blood cell synthesis and we get our oxygen delivered to all the oragans and tissues in our bodies via red blood cells". Without oxygen there is no metabolism and no fat burning. Whe...
Vitamin B12 deficiency and elevated homocysteine Multiple Sclerosis Associated With Vitamin B12 Deficiency, Reynolds, E.H., et al, Archives of Neurology, August 1991;48:808- 811. Serum Homocysteine Levels and Multiple Sclerosis, Rio, J., et al, Archives of Neurology, December 1994;51:1181 Vitamin D  Multiple Sclerosis and Vitamin D: An Update, VanAmerongen BM, Dijkstra CD, et al, Eur J Clin Nutr, 2004:1-15 Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels...