Marijuana, Hallucinogen Use Reach All-time High Among Young Adults
Forty-three percent said they used marijuana within the last year
Marijuana and hallucinogen use among young adults has reached a new high.
Use of marijuana and hallucinogens by 19- to 30-year-olds reached their highest levels since tracking began in 1988, according to a new Monitoring the Future panel study supported by the National Institutes of Health.
In 2021, 43 percent said they'd used marijuana in the last year, which was up 34 percent from five years ago and 29 percent compared to 10 years ago. More than 1 in 10 said they now use marijuana every day, according to the study.
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