Co-Occurrence of Substance Use Behaviors in Youth

Examines the prevalence and overlap of substance-related behaviors among youth, making comparisons based on age group, gender, and race/ethnicity. This research bulletin specifically reviews behaviors for youth ages 12-17 and includes data related to selling drugs, drinking alcohol, and smoking marijuana. A comparison of findings presented here with other drug use studies is also discussed.

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