Medical University of South Carolina Hospital logo
Home |  Video Library | Podcast Library | e-Newsletters | Classes & Events | About Us | Community Blog | University & Colleges 
Contact Us | 843-792-1414
  

Patients & Visitors

Medical Services

Maps & Parking

Health Library

Physician Portal

Careers

Online Services
Health Library
Health Topics A to Z
Clinical Trials & Research
Drug Information
Tests & Procedures
Lab Tests & Results
Health Assessment Tools
Treatment Options
Symptom Checker
Health e-Newsletters
Podcast Library
Video Library
Health Library
Bookmark Page icon Bookmark |

Print this page icon

|

E-mail icon

MUSC Health Audio Podcasts
Search Podcast Library:  

Alcoholism: Hypertensive Effects of Heavy Drinking

Dr. Peter Miller, a researcher in substance abuse, discusses his research findings on the relationship between alcoholism and hypertension. He explains that heavy drinking, which he identifies as three or more drinks per day, increases the likelihood of cardiovascular risk factors. Dr. Miller talks about sub-populations at particular risk of hypertensive effects of alcohol, focusing on increased risk with age. He concludes this alcohol podcast by explaining why hypertension poses the significant health threat it does. Learn more about MUSC and its South Carolina heart center today at http://www.muschealth.com/heart/index.htm


Right click the Download Podcast link and select "Save Target As..." to download this file to your MP3 player. Select the grey arrow or the Listen Now link to listen on your computer.

Listen Now  |  Download Podcast (mp3)

"
File Size: 7.22 MB      Time: 7:54 Min.


RELATED INFORMATION
 Health Topics:
 »Before Starting an Exercise Program
 »Calculating Calories and Fat Grams
 »Cardiac Conditions and Diseases
 »View All 17

 Videos:
 »"Miracle Boy" - Stephen Brown's Story
 »18 Year Old Receives Heartmate II at MUSC
 »64-Slice CT Scanner- Dr. Bayne Selby Explains How It Works
 »View All 88

About This Site   |   Disclaimer   |  Privacy   |   Accessibility   |   Donations   |   Site Map
171 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, SC 29403 1.843.792.1414 | © 2014 Medical University of South Carolina

mobile web site iconrss feed iconText Messaging iconPodcast Library