Marijuana and Vaping Are More Popular Than Cigarettes Among Teenagers

NEW YORK TIMES (12/14) – Cigarette smoking has dropped so sharply among American teenagers that vaping and marijuana use are now more common, according to a national survey of adolescent drug use released Thursday. The report found that 22.9 percent of high school seniors said they had used marijuana within the previous 30 days and 16.6 percent had used a vaping device. Only 9.7 percent had smoked cigarettes. Read more

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