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  • More Boomers are smoking marijuana
  • More Boomers are smoking marijuana
    Christian Siedler (2014) ©
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More Boomers are smoking marijuana

Smoking weed is usually thought to be the preserve of rebellious teenagers, bored students and old hippies. But research suggests that an increasing number of older people are sparking up. And very few of them are worried about the effect regular use has on their health.

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