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Dangerous Drug Use Trend Among High School Seniors, NYU Study Reveals

This is the first nationally representative study in which current use of synthetic cannabinoids is examined. In this study, we found that 3% of high school seniors reported current use, and current users also tend to be current users of other drugs.
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