Use of marijuana and hallucinogens among young adults reached an all-time record last year, according to new federal data.

A researcher at the Medical University of South Carolina says younger adults often don’t see substances like ketamine, psilocybin mushrooms and ecstasy as taboo because of potential therapeutic effects, but the substances still have consequences.

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