Pregnant teenagers are TWICE as likely to smoke pot than other teen girls, US study reveals

Adolescent girls are more than twice as likely to smoke marijuana if they’re pregnant, a U.S. study suggests.

While previous research has tied teen drug and alcohol use to higher odds of multiple sex partners and pregnancy, the current study offers fresh insight into marijuana use among young women.

About 14 percent of pregnant girls ages 12 to 17 smoke marijuana, compared to roughly 6 percent of their non-pregnant peers, the study found.

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