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Almost one in 11 U.S. tweens and teens vape cannabis
by Lisa Rapaport
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17 September 2018
On 17 September 2018 Reuters reported:
Roughly one in 11 American middle and high school students have used cannabis in e-cigarettes, a study suggests. Nearly one in three young e-cigarette users said they had tried cannabis with e-cigarettes at least once, survey results showed. Overall, almost 9 percent of students had vaped marijuana, including 4.5 percent of students in middle school and 12.4 percent of students in high school.
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