Monday, November 22, 2010

Smoking marijuana as teen may have lasting brain effects, study suggests

USA Today, November 20, 2010

"Teenagers respond differently to drugs than adults, and early use may lead to long-lasting effects on brain development, according to new research.
A study presented at the Society for Neuroscience meeting, in San Diego last week, shows people who start using marijuana at a young age have more cognitive shortfalls. Also, the more marijuana a person used in adolescence, the more trouble they had with focus and attention." Read More

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