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40-Year Study Shows Alcohol Is A Much Bigger Gateway Drug Than Cannabis

40-Year Study Shows Alcohol Is A Much Bigger Gateway Drug Than Cannabis

Rick Bakas | 18 August 2016

Take a moment and think back to the first time you took a sip of alcohol. For many Americans their relationship with booze began somewhere around adolescence. Cultural acceptance of alcohol can reaffirm it’s not only ‘okay’ to use booze as a social lubricant but it’s actually ‘cool’ to drink, especially during those difficult high school years.

Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy in cooperation with Brian C. Bennett revealed an extensive 40-year study that pulled back the covers on a dirty little secret.

Alcohol is actually the gateway drug your momma told you about, not cannabis.

40-Year Study Shows Alcohol Is A Much Bigger Gateway Drug Than Cannabis






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