An increasing number of high-school students say they don't think regular marijuana use is harmful, according to a new report from the National Institutes of Health. About 6. Daily marijuana use today can have stronger effects on a developing teen brain than it did 10 or 20 years ago, Volkow said. Studies also have shown that the earlier people start using marijuana, the more likely they are to become addicted to other drugs. However, the new report also revealed some good news, Volkow said.
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Statistics on Teen Marijuana Use
Teens' overall substance use declining, but marijuana use rising
By Lisa Rapaport. Reuters Health - Adolescents and young adults who have smoked e-cigarettes are more than three times more likely to move on to marijuana than youth who never try vaping, a research review study suggests. Researchers examined data from 21 previously published studies with more than , participants ages 10 to Overall, young people who used e-cigarettes were 3.
Teen vaping tied to marijuana use
One reason may be that 10 states and the District of Columbia now allow recreational use of pot by adults, while 33 states have legalized medical marijuana. As a medical doctor I know that marijuana is far from harmless and can have serious damaging effects on the health of users. A growing body of research confirms this. And as a mother of three sons one in college , I worry that legalizing the drug for adults sends a clear message to children that they can get high on pot with no negative impact on their health. Yet a growing number of Democratic presidential hopefuls are calling for nationwide legalization of marijuana, realizing this is a politically popular cause, particularly among young voters.
An increasing number of high-school students say they don't think regular marijuana use is harmful, according to a new report from the National Institutes of Health. About 6. Daily marijuana use today can have stronger effects on a developing teen brain than it did 10 or 20 years ago, Volkow said.