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March Madness: A Big Deal (and Threat) For Gamblers

It’s called March Madness, and it grips nearly every office on the block, every dorm on campus, every sports fan—and many non-sports fans—who have half an inkling they know anything about basketball.

The NCAA tournament is big business with an underbelly that drags victims to the dark side as well.

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Elements Experts in the Media

Many of our staff are published authors and go-to experts quoted regularly in the national media. When you come to an Elements program, you benefit from the expertise of some of the most well-respected names in addiction treatment. Learn more about our experts.

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How Many Americans Binge on Alcohol or Drink Heavily?

How Many Americans Binge on Alcohol or Drink Heavily?

Alcohol binging (i.e., binge drinking) and heavy alcohol intake are the two drinking behaviors most firmly linked to short- and long-term exposure to serious, potentially deadly alcohol-related harm. For this reason, public health officials consider tracking the extent of these behaviors as a critical step in estimating nationwide risks from alcohol consumption. In September 2014, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration issued a report detailing the recent level of involvement in binge drinking and heavy drinking among the nation’s preteens, teenagers and adults.

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Coping With Illness, Pain in Sobriety

Coping With Illness, Pain in Sobriety

When you’re in recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction, you’re on a continuous journey of learning to live life sober. Each day presents new lessons on coping with life chemical-free, and some lessons are more challenging than others. One of the biggest challenges people in recovery may have to face is dealing with illness and pain.

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Denver Airport Officials Say No to Pot-Related Souvenirs

Denver Airport Officials Say No to Pot-Related Souvenirs

Despite Colorado’s legalization of marijuana, travelers passing through Denver International Airport will not be able to purchase pot-themed souvenirs and mementos inside facility terminals. This policy announcement comes on the heels of airport management’s decision to turn down a retail application from a vender who wanted to hawk clothing emblazoned with marijuana imagery. So from now on, if pot-passionate visitors leaving Denver hope to return home toting artifacts that salute their favorite leafy plant, they will have to purchase their souvenirs before heading off to the airport. Read More

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Chief Medical Officer for The Right Step® and Promises® Austin to Participate in Fundraising Rappelling Event Before ASAM Conference

High Levels of ‘Hidden’ Formaldehyde Found in E-Cigarettes

High Levels of ‘Hidden’ Formaldehyde Found in E-Cigarettes

Keeping Teens Alcohol- and Smoke-Free

Keeping Teens Alcohol- and Smoke-Free

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Addiction Specialist Dr. Ash Bhatt Speaks at NAMI–Broward Event

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The Ranch Treatment Center Introduces Equine-Enriched Programming for Men with Co-Occurring Disorders

Many Teens Don’t Get Enough Rest, But Sleeping Pills Are Risky Solution

Many Teens Don’t Get Enough Rest, But Sleeping Pills Are Risky Solution

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