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Student Drug Use Changing

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health says teens are now less likely to smoke cigarettes or abuse alcohol. But the use of marijuana and prescription drugs, such as Tylenol 3 and Percocet, has gone up. Here and Now spoke with Dr. Robert Mann, the principal investigator of the Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey. Listen audio (runs 6:01)

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