May 2012
Dolly;May2012, Issue 497, p100
The article discusses marijuana use among teenagers. It describes how teenager Ashley became addicted to marijuana after smoking it in a party with friends. Physician Agnes Vitry explains that while marijuana can be medicinal, people tend to use it for relaxation. Psychologist Gemma Cribb shares that teenagers tend to smoke marijuana when they are having a difficult time with life's problems.


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