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.... Show More

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September 30, 2020 30 min
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.
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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.
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In the July edition of Men’s Health Monthly, Neil Scott and cohost Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW Men’s Health Center, tackle the topic of enlarged prostates – Does size matter? What about age? What happens when men have problems with urination? What are the new and minimally invasive treatments?
Dr. Maahum Haider, one of the top urologists at the University of Washington will share some good news about enlarged prostates.
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In the June edition of Men’s Health Monthly, Neil Scott and cohost Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW Men’s Health Center, celebrate national ‘Men’s Health Month’ with special guest Ana Tomsic, the vice president of the ‘Men’s Health Network’ in Washington, DC, who offers factual and practical advice for men, as well as local resources to check out.
Dr. Walsh also fields questions from the ‘anonymous in-box,’ concerning penis size, t...
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In the May edition of Men’s Health Monthly … Neil Scott and co-host , Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW’s Men’s Health Center, welcome Dr. Akash Kapadia, a Senior Fellow at the University of Washington, who specializes in men’s health. We’ll delve into such topics as erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and we’ll take a new look at vasectomies, which can be reversed!
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In the March edition of Men’s Health Monthly … Neil Scott and co-host , Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW’s Men’s Health Center, present some great clips from past shows, including part of an interview with Dr. John Gore. M.D., one of the world’s foremost authorities on prostate cancer survivorship; Nancy Balin from the Family Jewels Foundation, sharing the story of her son’s death from testicular cancer and what her foundation is...
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On the February edition of “Men’s Health Monthly,” Neil Scott and Dr. Tom Walsh will discuss the treatment of wounded warriors, returning from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Our in-studio guest will be Dr. Hunter Wessells, M.D., the Chair of the University of Washington’s Department of Urology. Men’s Health Monthly – hosted by Neil Scott, along with Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the U.W. Men’s Health Center - airs on the last Tuesday ...
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On the January edition of “Men’s Health Monthly,” Neil Scott and Dr. Tom Walsh will discuss new year's resolutions for men in 2020. We'll talk about Peirones Disease ... something that affects many men. Is there a cure? We'll discuss various treatments that are avialable at the UW Men's Health Center. Men’s Health Monthly – hosted by Neil Scott, along with Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the U.W. Men’s Health Center - ai...
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On October’s “Men’s Health Monthly” Neil Scott and Dr. Tom Walsh welcome Travis Harth, an advocate and ambassador for ‘Movember’ - … the leading organization dedicated to changing the face of men’s health. They focus on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. Grow a mustache in November and show your support!

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Men’s Health Monthly – hosted by Neil Scott, along with Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the U.W. Men’s Health Center - airs on the last Tuesday of every month at 8PM on SportsRadio 950 KJR and at 6:30AM on the last Sunday of the month on 102.5, KZOK, Seattle Classic Hits Station, dealing with the health problems specific to men. Questions on men’s health can be sent to menshealthmonthly@iheartmedia.com
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In the July edition of “Men’s Health Monthly” Neil Scott and Dr. Tom Walsh welcome in-studio guest Dr. John Gore, a clinician, surgeon, researcher and educator. Dr. Gore is an international expert on Prostate Cancer Survivorship. He delves into the keys to long term survivorship, as well as some of the latest new prostate cancer research that is going on locally.
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In this edition of Men’s Health Monthly, Neil Scott and Dr. Tom Walsh are joined by Loch Anderson, a survivor of Prostate Cancer. He and his wife Allyn share their journey from screening, though diagnosis and treatment, to long term survivorship. They also provide solid and trusted health resources for men, including information on screening for Prostate Cancer.
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Men's Health Monthly takes an in-depth look at Men's Health issues, including erectile dysfunction, sexual health issues, diabetes, and mental health. In this episode, you'll meet Thomas J. Walsh, MD, MS, a University of Washington Professor and Vice Chair of Urology and Founding Director of The UW Men's Health Center. You'll also hear from host Neil Scott, who is a patient of Dr. Walsh, and find out about why ...
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