A survey conducted by George Washington University reveals that many of the young people who got hooked in drugs in the 1960’s are still using them. The 5,000-person study suggests that while the percentage of drug users is decreasing among today’s youth, the decline is not as evident among the 26 to 34-year-olds who “came of age” during the days of Woodstock. According to USA Today, one professor said, “The flower children of the 1960’s are now approaching middle age, and they are bringing with them the habits formed in earlier years.”

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