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Dr. Richard Heppe, a urologist with The Urology Center of Colorado (TUCC)

Preventing and Treating Erectile Dysfunction | A Denver urologist answers men’s pressing questions

by Meghan Rabbitt

For years, many men thought of erectile dysfunction (ED) — the inability to get and keep an erection firm enough for sex — as an embarrassing condition that needed to be kept a secret. And while that’s changed, largely thanks to drugs that improve erectile function and the widely-played...

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Colorado Health & Wellness magazine, Ask The Dr

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by Dr. Richard Heppe

How successful is a vasectomy reversal?

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by Dr. Jenifer Marks

What GERD treatment options are available? Are there dietary and lifestyle changes to make? Or, do I have to rely on medications or surgery?

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I think my child may have ADHD. How do I find out for sure?

by Dr. Nicholas Kyriazi

A child may have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) if there is an issue with a lack of attention, hyperactivity and/or impulse control. A child can have any combination of one, two or three of these problems to have ADHD; however, a lack of attention is central to having ADHD.

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When can I give my child peanut butter? What are signs of an allergic reaction?

by Dr. Nick Krebs

The answer to this question has been debated for the last several decades, and for good reason! By the turn of the millennium, anaphylaxis from peanuts became the number one cause of allergy-related death among children in the United States.

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Is it true that boys are usually toilet-trained later than girls?

by Dr. David Higgins

Before becoming a parent I did not understand the degree of frustration, anxiety and eventual jubilation that accompany toilet-training. Adding to the stress of this rite of passage are the myriad of opinions on when and how to attempt this feat.

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ER or Urgent Care?

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by Dr. Kelly Newgent

My baby spits up all the time. Is this normal? When should I worry?

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by Dr. Althea O’Shaughnessy

I'm 33 and thinking about getting pregnant; how long should we try before we seek help?

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Aguirre Specialty Care

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by Dr. Jaren Riley

Are there any special surgical techniques for correcting my daughter's scoliosis?

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by Dr. Richard Porreco

I am a woman over 40; what kinds of complications could arise with my pregnancy?

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