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National Survey Shows Teen Use Dropping, Possible Substitution for Alcohol in Adults

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The annual National Survey on Drug Use and Health released Thursday by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reports that teen marijuana use rates decreased nationally in 2016. Past-month use rates among adults increased slightly, but alcohol use rates among all age groups decreased, indicating the possibility that adults are substituting marijuana … Continue reading National Survey Shows Teen Use Dropping, Possible Substitution for Alcohol in Adults

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