11% of teens who try marijuana report they are dependent a year later, national study says

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Using tobacco, marijuana or any drug at a young age “primes the receptors in the brain to expect that substance will keep coming,” said David Nathan, a psychiatrist and board president for Doctors for Cannabis Regulation. “That’s true for a lot of drugs.”

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