by Paula Gordon, Ph.D. There is no way to “safely” use any amount of THC. Not only is there a cumulative effect that varies from person to person, there are many different kinds of unpredictable as well as predictable effects. These effects include harmful mental,...
Reprinted from Detroit News University of Michigan: Pot use among college students at 30-year high by Raquel Cooprider, Victoria Siesky Marijuana use among college-age people is at the highest level in three decades and fewer think using it is harmful, according to...
Breaking News: Study Finds Car Crashes Are Up In States With Legal Pot[Alexandria, VA] – New data released by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) finds car crashes are up a combined six percent in four states that have legalized marijuana compared...
Canadian Researchers Say Mental Health Harm Increases with Cannabis Exposure “A large prospective study of teens shows that “in adolescents, cannabis use is harmful” with respect to psychosis risk, study author Patricia J. Conrod, PhD,...
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