Teen Pot Use
Each year, the federal government conducts a survey of Americans, called the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). The most recent data, from the 2013 survey, shows that there are 20 to 33 million marijuana users in the United States.
Four distinct strategies, culled from examining the alcohol and tobacco industries, have been suggested by researchers from John Hopkins University to curb the use of marijuana by children and teens. Of course, not all of the proposals are likely to please cannabis consum...
Police say a New York City teenager has died after falling off the roof of a six-story Bronx building as police officers attempted an arrest.
The Colorado Department of Health and Environment unveiled its new anti-cannabis campaign last week, designed to dissuade those age 12-15 from using marijuana because of potential damage to developing brains.
Opponents of marijuana law reform, including those who lobby against the plant’s therapeutic use when authorized by a physician, allege that the adoption of such laws will result in a significant increase in pot use by young people.