Marijuana, alcohol use may harm teens’ mental health, academic outcomes

Marijuana, alcohol use may harm teens' mental health, academic outcomes

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  • “Many youth tend to think that alcohol use has more consequences than marijuana use and view marijuana use as safer than drinking.
  • Youth ‘need to better understand the harms of marijuana use’
  • Alcohol and marijuana use are common among adolescents in the United States.

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New research finds that marijuana and alcohol use during middle and high school may lead to poorer academic outcomes and mental health problems.


Marijuana, alcohol use may harm teens’ mental health, academic outcomes

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