Once believed to be the drug of choice for free-spirited youth, cannabis is more popular with older people than ever before.
Teenagers are in fact delaying their experimentation with the drug, according to a compilation of the latest data by Flinders University’s National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction.
NCETA director Ann Roche said it was good news the average age at which teenagers first experimented with cannabis was increasing.
“The overall population of cannabis use hasn’t really changed that much but younger people are not taking it up as early as previously,” Professor Roche said.
– Read the entire article at The Australian.