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Steve Parcell, ND Erectile dysfunction and low libido are common problems here in my Boulder practice. Should low testosterone be identified as the problem, testosterone administration would be indicated, assuming there are no contraindications such as prostate cancer and there are no obvious neurologic explanations for a lack of sensation such as multiple sclerosis. This is because the integrity of the dorsal nerve is androgen dependent. I...
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Lead Developer of HPV Vaccines Comes Clean and Warns Parents, Young Girls that It Is All A Deadly Scam (http://www.thedailysheeple.com/lead-developer-of-hpv-vaccines-comes-clean-warns-parents-young-girls-its-all-a-giant-deadly-scam_012014). I have a patient right now who was part of the Gardasil Vaccine trials and her story is devastating. You may look at the source of this article and see that it is a controversial nay-sayer journal, however,...
7 Reasons Why You Should Do a Level One Workup in Addition to a Heart Scan By Steve Parcell, ND Level One Diagnostics is a cardiovascular lab that is making prevention of stroke and heart attack more of a reality.  A heart scan is very helpful in determining calcified plaque volume in the coronary arteries and by tracking the calcium laden lesions we can assess how well a treatment program is working. There are quite a bit of functional att...
Preventing Heart Attacks in Athletes By Steve Parcell, ND NatureMed Clinic Boulder, Colorado The thought of having a sudden heart attack is so disturbing that many people don’t even consider that it could happen to them. I call this the “it can’t happen to me scenario”. Other people may say things like “my cholesterol is normal and I exercise, eat well and don’t have too much stress so I will not get a heart attack.” Well I’m here...
By Steve Parcell, ND Boulder In 2013 the big chelation study was finally published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The study added further data supporting chelation for heart disease, especially coronary artery disease. Chelation therapy with disodium EDTA has been used for more than 50 years to treat atherosclerosis without proof of efficacy.The objective was to determine if an EDTA-based chelation regimen reduce...