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Teens who have traumatic brain injury are much more likely to do illicit drugs
Teens who have traumatic brain injury are much more likely to do illicit drugs (December 2, 2014 - Insidermedicine) From Toronto - Teens who have suffered a traumatic brain injury are significantly more likely to have used crystal meth, as well as a host of other drugs, according to a report published in the Journal of Head Trauma. Researchers studied substance abuse among over 6,300 Ontario high-school students. They found that those with a history of TBI were 3.8x more likely to have used crystal meth, 3.x more likely to have used sedatives, 2.8x more likely to have used ecstasy, 2.7x more likely to have used opiods, 2.6x more likely to have used hallucinogens, 2.5x more likely to have used cocaine and 2.5x more likely to have used LSD
 
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