About the author, Chris McKenna

Chris is the Covenant Eyes Educational Resource Manager. Chris has a BA in Accountancy and Spanish from Western Michigan University. After 12 years in business advising with Ernst & Young, God led Chris to a full-time student ministry role. He started protectyoungeyes.com in 2015  as a ministry to equip and educate parents and teens on the latest gadgets, apps, and how to use the Internet well, which led him to Covenant Eyes. God works in unexpected ways!

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2 thoughts on “Does Science Support PIED? (Part 2)

  1. It’s “Dr.” Foresta. He would be horrified if you called him “Mr.” as he’s a very distinguished Italian urologist and professor! See: http://www.covenanteyes.com/2017/08/09/does-science-support-pied-part-2/

    Also, I think you could just acknowledge Gary (my husband) at the bottom, not both top and bottom.

    Gary has corrections for you on the first ED article. Dopamine is not known for involvement in breast milk production. You’re thinking of oxytocin.

    • Hello, Marnia – thank you, I’ve corrected Dr. Foresta and deleted the top reference to Gary. He’s so different from other who we work with who are very concerned about receive appropriate credit! The comment about breast milk production and dopamine came from this article, where it stated:

      “Dopamine also plays an important role as a hormone, inhibiting prolactin to stop the release of breast milk.”

      I’ll make any corrections that he thinks are necessary. Thank you!

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