Legal marijuana doesn't appear to trigger more cannabis use in teens, but new research shows that some concern is warranted.
Marijuana use in young adults has long been a concern for opponents of medical and recreational marijuana.
Teen vaping is on the rise. But is it safer than smoking tobacco? A new survey has the answer.
No mother or father wants to think that progressive drug policies might harm their children and put them on the path to addiction.
Researchers found children whose moms used marijuana while pregnant suffered from somnolence symptoms—or excessive sleepiness.
Determining the legal age to allow consumption of various vices is a matter that's hardly ever agreed upon.
As previous studies have demonstrated, positive first experiences with a drug could lead to more addictive behavior down the road.
We can worry about adolescents using marijuana but worry less about whether legalization will cause widespread teenage use.
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