WCBS Newsradio 880 with Neil Carouosso

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America’s leading addiction expert, Dr. Indra Cidambi, warns against the “vaping” trend, especially among teenagers. She predicts that it will eventually lead to experimentation with more potent drugs and addiction.

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The Takeaway WNYC and NPR

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The nationally syndicated radio news program invited the country’s leading addiction expert, Dr. Indra Cidambi, about her work as an Addiction Psychiatrist and how she wants to change the way opioids are being prescribed.

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New Jersey 101.5 : Think heroin is bad? NJ experts warn ‘gray death’ kills in minutes

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Dr. Cidambi talks about the potency of Gray Death, a combination of natural and synthetic opioids and other substance.

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RadioMD.com : Dr. Cidambi explains: EP 848 Dangerous Drugs

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Dr. Cidambi explains to Dr. Michael Roizen how easy it is to get hooked on pain pills and heroin and how to reverse this trend.

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RadioMD : Is Ambulatory Detox the Future of Recovery?

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A channel focused on doctors, highlights Center for Network Therapy’s Ambulatory Detox Program: There’s a new model that’s recently emerged, Ambulatory Detox, which provides the same protocols and procedures as inpatient centers, with one key difference: clients can return home at the end of a structured day.

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BBC Sound Clip : The reasons for Prince’s death from Fentanyl overdose.

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When BBC World Service wanted to inform their audience about the reasons for Prince’s death from Fentanyl overdose and the dangers of abusing opiates, they turned to addiction expert, Dr. Cidambi, to get her expert opinion on opiate addiction, opiate cravings and opiate withdrawal.

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RadioMD : Teens & Adderall Abuse

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CNT’s Medical Director, Indra Cidambi, M.D., talks about the misconceptions about Adderall, highlights the potential of getting addicted to Adderall and the possibility of the medication becoming the “gateway” drug leading to abuse of other substances.

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