Study Finds Growing Number of Young Children Exposed to Marijuana

Presents a new study that shows an increasing number of children under age 6 are being exposed to marijuana, according to a new study. Three-quarters of cases involve children who ingest the drug in the form of brownies, cookies and other foods containing marijuana.

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