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College students more likely to smoke pot and drive than drink and drive
College students more likely to smoke pot and drive than drink and drive

A new study reports that male college students are more than three times likelier to smoke marijuana and drive than drink and drive. Nearly half of college men told the journal JAMA Pediatrics that they had driven after smoking pot in the last month. Only 12 percent said ...

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