Teen Drug Use Down: National Institute on Drug Abuse

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

A new study reveals that America’s teens may not be as rebellious as you might think. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, teens are smoking fewer cigarettes, drinking less booze and abusing fewer prescription drugs. However, the study reveals that a growing number of children have tried E-Cigarettes. This is the first time the survey measured E-Cigarette use among young people. Researchers say the general drop in drug and alcohol use is part of a two-decade long trend.

 

 

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