Harvard Mental Health Letter

In Brief: Study strengthens evidence that early marijuana use increases risk of psychosis

An analysis of studies suggests that use of marijuana during teenage years not only increases the risk of developing psychosis, but may also cause psychosis to manifest sooner than in others who are not marijuana users.
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