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. Christine Miller explains that you don't need to lace your marijuana with anything, it is the main actor that causes psychosis. Learn more at Momsstrong.org
Johnny's Ambassadors had a wonderful first time out to raise awareness about the importance of mental health treatment to prevent suicide; drug addiction; and a wide range of illnesses, including THC-induced psychosis. Dr. Christian Thurstone, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Colorado and director of behavioral health services at Denver Health, addressed the event.
Prevention of Addiction, Mental Illness, and Homelessness Screening of the short film A Night in Jail which illustrates Cannabis-Induced Psychosis Sept 1, 2020 by Erick Messamore, MD, PhD Dr. Messamore is an expert in the fields of psychopharmacology, complex mood disorders, psychosis, and schizophrenia.
Dr. Mary Cannon of Ireland discusses marijuana and psychosis.
Professor Mary Cannon is a Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology and Youth Mental Health in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). From her research, which includes involvement in the Dunedin longitudinal study, Professor Cannon warns that cannabis is strongly associated with psychotic symptoms and psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.
Dr. David Rettew
Dr. David Rettew of UVM talks about the gap in the perceived and real level of potential harm in usage.
Dr. Brad Roberts, Emergency Room Doctor in Colorado Sees Psychosis and Mental Illness Related to Marijuana
Dr. Brad Roberts, a Pueblo native and emergency room doctor, speaks to Smart Colorado about the misconceptions youth and young adults have around marijuana and it's impacts on their developing brains.
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