Marijuana use has stalled among U.S. high-school students

06/17/2014 | Science World Report

The legalization of marijuana for recreational and medicinal purposes in some states has not altered the rate of marijuana use among high-school students compared with 2011, a report showed. The findings, based on the CDC's High School Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System survey, were published in the Journal of Adolescent Health.

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