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Baby boomers once loved marijuana — now it may save their life.

Like most baby boomers, I have some experience with marijuana. I was exposed to it in college in the 1970s and inhaled frequently for a number of years. I did not consider it harmful, but I stopped smoking it regularly because it…

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