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CDAP > Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs - Podcasts
Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs - Podcasts

The following audio podcasts cover a variety of topics related to your health and the services offered at the MUSC Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs (CDAP). These medical podcasts are hosted by MUSC faculty, physicians and special guests.

 CDAP: An overview of MUSC’s Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs  
 CDAP’s Educational Programs  

  Alcohol: Damaging Effects on the Liver and Blood Cells
  Alcohol: Genetic Variance and Different Treatment Outcomes
  Alcohol: How does it Affect the Heart and Brain?
  Alcohol: Links to Insomnia
  
Alcohol: Medications for Alcoholism
  Alcohol: Relationship Between Stress and Drinking
  Alcohol: Types of Psychotherapy to Treat Alcoholism
  Alcohol: Use of Naltrexone
  Alcoholism: Carbohydrate Deficient Transferrin Test Part 1
  Alcoholism: Carbohydrate Deficient Transferrin Test Part 2
  Alcoholism: Hypertensive Effects of Heavy Drinking
  Clinical Trials at MUSC: Institutional Review Board

  Stimulants: Use Among Young People
 
Substance Abuse: Stress and Alcohol Addiction
  Substance Abuse: The Disease of Addiction


Additional alcohol and drug dependency podcasts can be found in the MUSC Podcast Library.

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"I felt at all times that the staff I encountered were very interested in helping me. I never felt like a 'number.' "-CEL

" I did not feel judged or less of a person because of my alcohol issues. It has been a very positive experience...I also now realize this is a forever problem that I have to address on a daily basis."-Bobby

"This was an excellent experience. I learned a lot about alcohol dependence, coping strategies and other health related issues as they involve alcohol consumption. Most importantly my personal and family life have improved dramatically. Thank you, thank you, thank you!" -James