Men's Health Monthly

Men's Health Monthly

Neil Scott talks about all things related to men's health from prostate health to sexual health and more.

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April 26, 2022 29 min
Neil Scott and co-host Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW’s ‘Men’s Health Center’ welcome Lauren Trew, a UW faculty member whose expertise is in men’s sexual dysfunction.
They discuss 3 common issues for men: premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation and retrograde ejaculation.
They will also field questions from the Anonymous In Box (menshealthmonthly@iheartmedia.com) … including a question about the effectiveness of ‘acoustic w...
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This month we are going below the belt and asking men to check their testicles!
Neil Scott and co-host, Dr. Tom Walsh, M.D., director of the UW Men’s Health Center, discuss the most common malignancy in men 20 – 45 … Testicular Cancer! This month’s special guest is Nancy Balin, founder and director of the Family Jewels Foundation (family-jewels.org). She lost her son to testicular cancer at the age of 20.
She’ll share information o...
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It’s time to talk about the collateral damage caused by the COVID pandemic, including depression, anxiety, frustration and fear.
Neil Scott and co-host, Dr. Tom Walsh, M.D., director of the UW Men’s Health Center, discuss the mental health aspects of the pandemic. This month’s special guest is one of the top psychiatrists in the PNW – Dr. Paula Slater. She addresses the symptoms and treatment of depression, as well the growing conc...
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Neil Scott and co-host, Dr. Tom Walsh, M.D., director of the UW Men’s Health Center, as they delve into the impact COVID 19 has had on male sexuality, including the virus found in penile tissue, post-Covid male sexuality, and reports of penile shrinkage. This month’s special guest is Dr. Marah Hehemann, MD, prominent urologist, professor and men’s health advocate at the University of Washington.
They also field questions from the ...
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Neil Scott and co-host, Dr. Tom Walsh, M.D., director of the UW Men’s Health Center, discuss common stomach problems: their causes, treatment and prevention, with special guest Dr. Liz Broussard, M.D., one of the top Gastroenterologists in the Pacific Northwest. Dr. Broussard is from the Pacific Medical Center and is an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
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In the October edition of ‘Men’s Health Monthly,’ Neil Scott and co-host Dr. Tom Walsh, Director of the UW’s Men’s Health Center, previews the month of ‘Movember,’ when men in Seattle, and all around the world, will grow a moustache as a ‘conversation starter’ to draw attention to 4 key issues in men’s health: Prostate Cancer, Testicular Cancer, Mental Health, and Suicide Prevention.
Travis Harth, a member of the University of Wash...
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Neil Scott and co-host, Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW Men’s Health Center take questions about prostate cancer during ‘Prostate Cancer Awareness Month’, or as Neil calls it, ‘Prostate ACTION Month.’ Have you had a PSA test? If not, why not?? Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men. Don’t put off you annual PSA test!!

They then welcome Dr. Alex Skokan, a prominent urologist from the University of Washi...
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Neil Scott and co-host, Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW Men’s Health Center discuss he dangers of the sun: skin cancer.
More people are diagnosed with skin cancer than all other cancers combined … and men are more likely than women to get skin cancer.
The fact is - here is no such thing as a healthy tan and having 5 or more sunburns in your life time doubles your risk for melanoma, the most aggressive form of skin cancer …
But th...
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Neil Scott and co-host, Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW Men’s Health Center welcome a survivor of prostate cancer.
Loch Anderson and his wife Allyn Perkins take listeners on a roller coast journey through the twists and turns of prostate cancer, from diagnosis, through treatment and long term recovery. They provide insight and inspiration to men and their partners, who are traveling this same road.
Dr. Walsh will also answer questi...
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With nearly one in seven couples being infertile, Neil Scott and Dr. Tom Walsh, MD, director of the UW Men’s Health Center take a deep dive into male infertility. They are joined by nationally renowned endocrinologist Dr. Jeremy Choy, an endocrinologist and an Acting Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology, and Nutrition and the Department of Urology at the UW School of Medicine, who specializes...
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Neil Scott and Dr. Tom Walsh, MD, director of the UW Men’s Health Center answer men’s questions about various topics, including prostate cancer, erectile dysfunction, and colon cancer. We also celebrate ‘Men’s Health Month,’ with a focus on getting your annual physical. You change the batteries in your smoke alarm every six months … you take your car in for servicing ever 15,000 miles … but when was the last time you saw you primar...
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Part 2 of our discussion of sexual intimacy as Neil Scott and Dr. Tom Walsh talk with Dr. Tina Schermer Sellers, Medical Director of the Northwest Center for Intimacy.
It’s a deep dive into sexuality, including the mistakes that men make in the bedroom.

Men’s Health Monthly airs on the last Tuesday of each month at 8PM on SportsRadio 950 KJR, and on the last Sunday of the month, at 7:30AM on 102.5, KZOK, Seattle’s Classic Rock Stati...
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Does size matter? Is bigger really better? How do men initiate a sexual conversation with a partner? What role does shame play in sexual relationships? All these questions - and more - are answered in the March 2021 edition of 'Men's Health Monthly,' as Neil Scott and his co-host Dr. Tom Walsh have a candid conversation with Dr. Tina Schermer Sellers, the director of the 'Northwest Institute on Intimacy, go into the...
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February 2021 is ‘American Heart Month,’ and Men’s Health Monthly puts the focus on heart disease and how to maintain a healthy heart for men … Neil Scott and co-host, Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW’s Men’s Health Center, welcome Dr. Robb MacLellan, MD, director of the highly acclaimed Heart Institute at the University of Washington.
Some 25% of all heart-related deaths occur in men 35 – 65. MHM will explore healthy ways to prev...
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On the JANUARY 2021 edition of Men's Health Monthly … Neil Scott and co-host , Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW's Men's Health Center, dive below the belt with an in-depth discussion of Peyronie's Disease, which is a curvature of the penis, which can be painful and dangerous. This month's guest is Dr. Marah Hehemann, MD, a prominent clinician, researcher, surgeon and patient advocate, who specializes in the mal...
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Men's Health Monthly wraps up 2020 with the December edition. Research has shown that African-American men are twice as likely to die from prostate cancer. In this edition, we will focus on diversity in men's health, featuring renowned researcher Dr. Yaw Nyame, M.D., a urological oncologist at the University of Washington Medical Center. Men's Health Monthly is hosted by Neil Scott and Dr. Tom Walsh, M.D., Director of t...
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In the November edition of Men’s Health Monthly, Neil Scott and co-host Dr. Tom Walsh, MD, director of the UW Men’s Health Center, welcome Ema Thake, MS, RD, CSSD, Director of Performance Nutrition in the athletic department at the University of Washington. She works with all athletes, including the Husky football and basketball teams to achieve optimal performance. She offers practical tips to all men on nutrition and men’s health...
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In the October edition of Men’s Health Monthly, Neil Scott and co-host Dr. Tom Walsh, MD, director of the UW Men’s Health Center, welcome Rick Griffin, the Seattle Mariners Athletic Trainer Emeritus, who was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in 2017 and has been successfully treated with Proton Therapy at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Rick shares his journey, his experiences and his ongoing recovery in the hopes that men over 50, and ...
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In the September edition of Men’s Health Monthly, Neil Scott and co-host Dr. Tom Walsh, MD, director of the UW Men’s Health Center, discuss incontinence, what causes it, and how it can be successfully treated. This month’s special guest is Dr. Alex Sokokan, MD, a prominent urologist at the University of Washington.
In addition, host Neil Scott talks about his recent Prostate Cancer diagnosis.
If you have a question about Men’s Healt...
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In the August edition of Men’s Health Monthly, Neil Scott and co-host Dr. Tom Walsh, MD, director of the UW Men’s Health Center, preview next month, which is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.
They are joined by Dr. Atrya Dash, MD, prominent researcher and Urology clinician at the University of Washington, discussing everything from early screening to new advanced treatments, as well as saluting prostate cancer survivors.
Dr. Walsh a...
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