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Trauma Expert: ‘Do Not Watch’ Beheading Videos

The beheading by terrorists of a third hostage over the weekend with threats to kill other captives prompted psychological experts to warn the public that viewing the ghastly videos can cause trauma.

The slaying of British aid worker David Cawthorne Haines – which Prime Minister David Cameron called “evil” – was seen in a video released Sept. 13 by the extremist group Islamic State. Haines, 44, was taken hostage 18 months ago in Syria. Read More

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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Thyroid Productivity is Linked to Depression in Older Adults

So many things begin to slow down as a person ages. Usually, people perceive slowing down as a negative. But when it comes to the thyroid, Dutch investigators say that being too active is what is most likely to lead to depression.

The results of an eight year study shows that a busy thyroid in seniors can lead to an increased risk for depression. It was already known that an extremely overactive (hyperthyroidism) or a markedly underactive (hypothyroidism) thyroid was connected to mental health conditions. Read More

Elements Behavioral Health Expands in the South with Acquisition of COPAC

Elements Behavioral Health Expands in the South with Acquisition of COPAC

COPAC, a leading substance abuse treatment and dual diagnosis program in Mississippi, joins the Elements Behavioral Health family of treatment centers.

Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 11, 2014 – Elements Behavioral Health, a leading nationwide provider of addiction and mental health treatment programs, announced today that it has acquired COPAC, a Joint Commission accredited treatment program located outside of Jackson, Mississippi. Read More

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Connecting Schizophrenia and Autoimmune Disease

Schizophrenia can severely affect quality of life for those afflicted, as well as family and friends. Successful treatment relies on a robust support system, but support can often center on around-the-clock care. A study provides insight into additional health problems that can complicate treatment.

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No One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Overcoming Alcohol Addiction

Celebrate Recovery Month with Promises and The Promises Foundation at the 9th Annual Polo in the Palisades Charity Event

Celebrate Recovery Month with Promises and The Promises Foundation at the 9th Annual Polo in the Palisades Charity Event

Orange and Santa Clara counties have sued five giant pharmaceutical companies, accusing them of fraud in the marketing of prescription pain relievers.

New Law Lets Pharmacies Take Back Unused Prescription Drugs

Alcoholism Among Older Adults A Growing but Overlooked Problem

Elderly Addicts Suffering in Silence

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Drinking Alcohol Increases Meth Use, Study Finds

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