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Verbally Advanced Kids Have Higher Risk for Teen Alcohol Abuse

As they grow older, children naturally develop increasing levels of mastery over the skills required for verbal communication. However, some children experience a greater advancement of their verbal skills than others. In a study published in 2014 in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, researchers from the U.S. and Finland investigated the connection between the advanced development of verbal skills in early childhood and the risk for teen alcohol abuse. These researchers also investigated the connection between the development of advanced verbal skills in the earlier stages of childhood and teenagers’ chances of consuming alcohol frequently and getting drunk.

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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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Children, Not Just Teenagers, May Be Vulnerable to Bulimia

Children, Not Just Teenagers, May Be Vulnerable to Bulimia

For a long time, experts believed that eating disorders like bulimia nervosa became a risk when children reached adolescence. However, a new study from the University of Montreal adds to the evidence that eating disorders can affect young people earlier than previously thought, becoming a risk well before they reach puberty.

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Up to 5 Percent of Children Affected by Mothers’ Drinking, Study Finds

Up to 5 Percent of Children Affected by Mothers’ Drinking, Study Finds

Nearly 5 percent of children in the U.S. may be affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD), a new study finds, a figure much higher than previously thought.

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Density of Bars, Liquor Stores Impacts Alcohol-Involved Suicide

Density of Bars, Liquor Stores Impacts Alcohol-Involved Suicide

The odds that a man who commits suicide will have alcohol in his system go up in counties with relatively large numbers of bars and liquor stores, a new study finds.

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FDA Unveils New Calorie-Labeling Rules

FDA Unveils New Calorie-Labeling Rules

Bipolar Disorder Increases Risk for Premature Birth

Bipolar Disorder Increases Risk for Premature Birth

Mathematical Formulas May Spot Problem Gamblers Before Addiction Sets In

Mathematical Formulas May Spot Problem Gamblers Before Addiction Sets In

Noted Authority on Addictions and Trauma Dr. Stefanie Carnes Joins the Elements Behavioral Health® Programs

Noted Authority on Addictions and Trauma Dr. Stefanie Carnes Joins the Elements Behavioral Health® Programs

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The Recovery Place Addiction Treatment Center Welcomes New Executive Director

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Addiction and Mental Health Specialists to Speak at First Elements Behavioral Health® Symposium for 2015

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