Marijuana Use More Than Doubles From 2001 To 2013

Marijuana Use More Than Doubles From 2001 To 2013
Marijuana Use More Than Doubles From 2001 To 2013

The prevalence of past-year marijuana use climbed to 9.5% of adults in 2012-2013 from 4.1% in 2001-2002, with increases particularly notable among women and individuals who were black, Hispanic, living in the South, middle-aged or older, according to an article published online by JAMA Psychiatry. Via JAMA Psychiatry. Posted October 21, 2015.

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