Study: Weed Advertisements Increase Likelihood Of Teen Usage

  • A study by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that teens who regularly see cannabis advertisements in stores and on billboards are seven times more likely to use the drug and six times more likely to develop a “use disorder.”
  • The researchers noted that young people face a “special risk” when it comes to cannabis and recommends that states permitting recreational use exercise “caution” with advertising rules.
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