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Teens who use energy drinks more likely to smoke, use alcohol, take drugs 2/15/ - A new study has found that energy drinks may be a sort of gateway drug to smoking, alcohol and drug use for teens.
Jul 12, · A recent study found that, when using social media, a teens' brain responds to 'likes' in a similar way to when they see loved ones, or win betterbasket.info: Susie East, For CNN.
Drugs & How They Affect Teens in School. Paige Turner. Teens can have access to many different types of drugs both at school and outside of school. Drugs such as ecstasy and ketamine are often available at parties with teens present. Heroin, hallucinogens and cocaine are other drugs commonly found on .