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Why do some teens use drugs?

Why do some teens use drugs?

As part of the world's biggest brain imaging study, Associate Professor Mark Bellgrove and others have found previously unknown brain networks that are connected to teenage experimentation with smoking, alcohol and drugs, and also with ADHD.

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