In its “Monitoring the Future” report, the NIH found that 44 percent of college students reported using marijuana in the past year, a 6-point increase from 2015. Daily marijuana usage ticked up from 5 percent to 8 percent of respondents during that time.

University of Michigan professor John Schulenberg, the study’s principal investigator, told The Washington Post that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic caused alcohol consumption to drop among students.

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