Male Sexual Health, Make Work Exciting, How to Eat Better
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1337
- Nov 2, 2017 4:00 pm
- 2:26:41 mins
Male Sexual Health (20:00) Dr. Dudley Danoff is a full-time practicing urologic surgeon at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Dudley S. Danoff, MD, FACS, is a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is the author of the book The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health. “Movember” is an annual event where men grow mustaches during the month of November to raise awareness for men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide. The movement’s goal is to “change the face of mens’s health.” Dr. Danoff talks about some of these health issues and answers our questions about prostate health and erectile disfunction. Make Work Exciting Again (1:09:16) Scott Mautz is an Adjunct Professor at Indiana University where he teaches others-oriented leadership and the secret to sustaining motivation. He is a popular keynote speaker and the author of Find the Fire: Reignite Your Inspiration & Make Work Exciting Again. Do you count down the days until the weekend, starting on Monday?Most people can remember a time when they didn’t have to try to feel inspired at work. Now, however, every day can seem like a drain. How do we get our momentum back? Scott Mautz shares with us how we can rekindle inspiration in our lives. Liana Tan - Flat Tire (1:34:58) Producer Liana Tan took a road trip a few weeks ago with a guy who is a friend. Along the way she picked up a flat tire. She decided to turn that experience into a social experiment to try an understand why people tend to stop more often to help a woman with a flat tire but don't tend to stop as often for a man. How to Eat (2:00:19) Karen Mangum is a licensed, registered dietitian, seasoned recipe developer, food blogger, and nutrition consultant. She is the author and producer of Inside Karen’s Kitchen, a healthy food blog, where she shares recipes that nourish and heal along with insightful nutrition musings which attempt to sort fact from fiction. Karen is married to Michael and the mother of five almost grown children, including BYU football’s starting quarterback, Tanner Mangum. How we eat is a combination of our family upbringing and cultural expectations. Our eating patterns and the way we use food are developed over time. They are as unique as our personalities and our family dynamics. Change is not easy. Karen Mangum shares some ideas on how to eat better.