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Study says LGBQ teens are more prone to dangerous drugs
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Jul 14 2018

A study led by San Diego State University researchers suggests that LGBQ teens are more prone to the use of dangerous drugs including alcohol, drugs, and tobacco. Compared to their heterosexual peers, LGBQ teens faced an elevated risk for going use of alcohol, vaping, and marijuana. The team noted that the data should not be used to judge them.

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