America is struggling to win its battle against drug addiction. The good weather doesn’t help.
Teenagers are more likely to experiment with recreational drugs for the first time during the summer months in part due to the amount of free time on their hands after school finishes in June and activities like music festivals, according to research published Tuesday by the NYU School of Medicine. More than one-third (34%) of teens tried LSD for the first time in the summer, followed by marijuana (30%), ecstasy (also known as MDMA or Molly; 30%) and cocaine (28%).
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