Health Talks Podcasts

John S. Anthony, MD

What’s in a Cream and other Proven Anti-aging Interventions
Aging is inevitable, but no need to let your skin do it prematurely. John S. Anthony, MD, looks at proven, effective ways to protect your skin from the effects of the sun’s harmful rays. Yes, sunscreen is a must -- but find out what more you can do to help you skin look its best.

Aesthetic specialists Melody Carl & Brittany Ballachino

About Face: Skin Care Myths and Facts
How do you sort out myth from fact when it comes to your skin care? Aesthetic specialists Melody Carl and Brittany Ballachino discuss what you need to know about anti-aging, the right sunscreen, and battling that old enemy, acne. Here’s some guidance to get you through the confusing world of proper skin care.

Steven Nissen, MD

Top Things to Protect Your Heart (that you’re not doing) - MENtion It
Hate to burst your bubble, but real guys have hearts. You might just not know how to take care of yours! In this episode, host Ryan Berglund, MD, grabs time with world-renowned cardiologist Steven Nissen, MD, to give you the bare minimum you need to know to protect yourself against heart disease.

Linda Bradley, MD

Between the Sheets - MENtion It
Guys, we need to talk. Yes, really. Don’t miss this episode in which Host Ryan Berglund, MD, sits down with sexual health expert Linda Bradley, MD, to find out everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask! We’ll cover the top reasons women don’t want to have sex (it’s not always you!), issues with intimacy & more.

Edmund Sabanegh, MD

Lost your “man manual?” - MENtion It
Being a man (let alone taking care of your health) doesn’t come with instructions. But we’ve got the next best thing. In our introductory episode hosted by Ryan Berglund, MD, you’ll get a crash course from Edmund Sabanegh, MD, on all those health issues you’ve silently worried about — and those that’ve never crossed your mind (but should!)

Andrew Bang, DC

Common Aches & Pains You shouldn't Ignore - MENtion It
You didn’t overdo it at the gym. So how do you explain this nagging back pain? Our host Ryan Berglund, MD, chats with chiropractor Andrew Bang, DC, to find out the causes of many of our daily discomforts (and when you should seek help)!

Eric Klein, MD

Below the Belt - MENtion It
Have you ever thought about your prostate? If not, you’re not alone. Host Ryan Berglund, MD, has a frank conversation with Eric Klein, MD, about what men of all ages need to know about prostate health (from eating meat & dairy to when to start screening for prostate cancer). Dr. Eric Klein & prostate cancer survivor Mitch Luxenberg.

Kim Stearns, MD

Hip Replacement: What’s New? What’s For You?
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a type of arthritis that can affect the hip joint. Surgery to replace a hip is called total hip arthroplasty. It can help improve quality of life for many older people with hip OA.

Gillian Culbertson, MS, RD, LD, CDE 

Eating to Protect Your Bones
Calcium is the healthy bone mineral. About 99% of the calcium in the body is stored in the bones and teeth. Calcium is found naturally in some foods and is added to others.

Elizabeth Salay, MD

Adult Vaccines: Which Do You Need?
While you probably received vaccines as a child, you may need to be immunized again. Adults who don’t receive certain "booster" shots may not be well protected against some serious illnesses.

Kristin Appleby, MD

Practical Pointers for Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson’s disease can affect many aspects of a patient’s daily life. However, with careful planning and activity modification, these effects can become much less stressful and intrusive. 

Kim Gladden, MD

Exercise, Bones, Aging, and You
Strength or resistance exercises can help to maintain strong bones, break some of the stereotypes associated with aging, increase metabolism, and help to achieve or maintain a higher level of function.

Soumya Chatterjee, MD

Understanding & Managing Scleroderma
Scleroderma means hard (sclero) skin (derma). It is a chronic but rare autoimmune disease in which normal tissue is replaced with dense, thick scar tissue. Scleroderma can affect the skin or other organ systems. 

Donald Kirby, MD

Gut and Nutritional Issues with Scleroderma
Although it most often affects the skin, scleroderma also can affect many other parts of the body including the gastrointestinal tract, lungs, kidneys, heart, blood vessels, muscles, and joints. 

Joseph Parambil, MD

How Do I Cope With Lung Disease?
Incontinence is the inability to control the passage of urine. Current figures indicate that 20 million Americans suffer with involuntary loss of bladder control (urinary incontinence). 

Michelle Angie, CNP

Strategies for Coping with Incontinence
Incontinence is the inability to control the passage of urine. Current figures indicate that 20 million Americans suffer with involuntary loss of bladder control (urinary incontinence). 

Yong Chen, MD

Osteoporosis: Get the Solid Facts
Osteoporosis ("porous bone") is a disease that weakens bones, putting them at greater risk for sudden and unexpected fractures. You can take steps to prevent this disease and treatments do exist. 

Perry Funk, DO

The Art of Aging for Men
It's no secret that men still need to pay more attention to their bodies. Although some risk factors are beyond your control, there are many steps you can take to live a healthier, longer life.

Daniel Sullivan, MD, FACP

Adult Vaccines: You’re Never Too Old
Even if you are an adult, you will always need vaccines. Although not all immunizations are guaranteed to completely prevent the disease, they will often reduce the length and severity of the illness.

John Lampe, MD

Myths and Facts About Pediatric Vaccines
Immunization is a way to protect your child from getting a number of illnesses. Many of these illnesses are easily spread from child to child and can cause serious health problems or even death. 

Swapna Kollikonda, MD 

HPV Vaccine: Is it Necessary?
HPV stands for human papilloma virus. Most men and women — about 80% of sexually active people — are infected with HPV at some point in their lives, but most people never know they have the virus. 

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