It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintRecent findings from the College Life Study (CLS) may be the first to indicate that students who smoke marijuana during college may be risking their long-term health, particularly if they increase their marijuana use during the college years or continue a heavy use pattern. Click here to learn more.
It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintMore teenagers smoke marijuana than cigarettes, according to a survey released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The survey found 23 percent of high school students said they recently smoked marijuana, compared with 18 percent who said they had smoked cigarettes. Click here for the full story.
It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintNearly one in ten high school students (9%) reported using marijuana 20 times or more in the past month, according to recently released data from the 2011 Partnership Attitude Tracking Study. While all past month marijuana users were more likely than nonusers to also report the use of other licit or illicit […]
It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintSACK member Paula Weber highly recommends the MEDTOX Journal on Drug Abuse Recognition! The April 2012 issue included articles on Understanding Marijuana Withdrawal Syndrome, Marijuana Infused Wine, and The Role of Smoking in Exacerbation of Drug Cravings. To read further, click here.