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Teens, Summer, Alcohol and Drugs
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If you're a parent, keep an eye out.

Teens are much more likely to try alcohol, cigarettes, and other drugs for the first time during the summer months, according to a new survey.Researchers found first-time use of these substances, as well as marijuana and hallucinogens, peaks during June and July, with thousands more youths trying them each day compared to other months.
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