In this episode I am solo. I have a few personal updates for you. We look at some health gadgets that we have turned into dinner time family games. I ask a question to you about a new type of format for the show and we talk about a few things you might...
In this episode I am solo. I have a few personal updates for you. We look at some health gadgets that we have turned into dinner time family games. I ask a question to you about a new type of format for the show and we talk about a few things you might consider as we approach the end of the year. All that and more this week on Home Gadget Geeks. Thanks for listening!
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Tech gadgets and fall cleaning. ([0:00])
Jim Collison discusses fall weather and updates The Average Guy Network.
Personal health updates, tech gadgets, and winter maintenance. ([1:52])
Jim Collison shares updates on his personal health and upcoming show topics, including gadgets and tech-related topics for winter.
Jim invites listeners to send in topic ideas or join him on the show as experts or guests.
Prostate health issues and upcoming surgery. ([4:43])
Jim Collison shares his personal experience with an enlarged prostate, including high PSA scores and physical symptoms, and how he’s been dealing with it for 7-8 years.
Jim’s doctors have been monitoring his condition and have found signs of muscle wear in his bladder, causing concern about repair options if the muscles wear out.
Jim Collison will undergo surgery in December to remove part of his prostate, followed by a biopsy to check for cancer.
Despite the procedure, Collison remains optimistic about the low percentages of prostate cancer being treatable, even if it does develop.
Prostate health and medical check-ups. ([9:39])
Jim Collison emphasizes the importance of regular physicals and check-ups, especially for prostate health, as he had to undergo surgery due to neglecting it for too long.