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Why Do Young Adults Use Marijuana?

Posted by addiction on March 6, 2018

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Marijuana continues to be a popular choice for substance users all across Canada, and it is the most common illicit drug used worldwide. Meny children are exposed to the drug in the pre-teen and teenaged years, and Canadian indigenous youth are at particular risk with almost two-thirds of teenagers aged 15-19 reporting marijuana use. The use of cannabis in young adults is common; unfortunately, the ramifications of early use can be detrimental to their future
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