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Recreational use of marijuana makes women more likely to have casual sex during their freshman year of college, a new study found.

The study was authored by Robyn Fielder of the Miriam Hospital’s Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine in Rhode Island. Fielder and her team surveyed freshmen girls on their sexual habits and recreational drug use each month during their first years at college. They found that respondents who smoked pot were more likely to engage in casual sex.

The Daily Caller |