Schizophrenia

Transition to schizophrenia was highest (34%) for cannabis-induced psychoses Overall 25% of people with substance-induced psychosis were later diagnosed with schizophrenia, compared with 36% of people who first presented with brief, atypical, and not otherwise specified psychoses. Among the 25 studies that looked at substance use-induced psychosis, transition to schizophrenia was highest (34%) for cannabis-induced

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My Son’s Journey from being an Accomplished Scholar-Athlete to Psychosis, Addiction, Jail and Living on the Street

April 5, 2019 Editor’s note: portions of this story have been previously published on amazon.com as part of a review of Alex Berenson’s book, Tell Your Children The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness and Violence. What I have to say needs to be heard. This has to do with getting out the truth – real

Medical Expert Videos

Medical Experts Testify to Vermont Legislature The Science on Marijuana and Psychosis Dr. Christine Miller, molecular neuroscientist and schizophrenia researcher explains the connection between cannabis use and psychosis. Schizophrenia is when psychosis becomes permanent. Dr. Kenn Finn, pain medicine expert speaks to Catholic Physicians of Houston Dr. Sharon Levy: Effects of Marijuana on Youth Sharon

High School Counselor Says Teen Use is Troubling

As early as 2015, Tim Trevithick, a high school counselor in Vermont was struggling to help students ensnared in drug use. In this eye opening video, he explains that while most high school students (65%) choose to be drug free, the other 35% are caving to subtle pressure to use drugs. Trevithick claims that the