Why pot-smoking declines, but doesn’t end, with parenthood

6/1/17–According to a study by the University of Washington’s Social Development Research Group (SDRG), adults who smoke marijuana often cut back after becoming parents but they don’t necessarily quit. The UW research found that, in general, a greater percentage of nonparents reported using marijuana in the past year than parents. The study also found that participants who started using marijuana as young adults were much more likely to continue to use into their mid- to late 30s, even after they became parents. Read