Marijuana and teen brains don’t mix suggests a study – Detroit substance abuse | Examiner.com

Posted: November 23, 2010 in Drug Abuse, Health, Healthcare, marijuana, Parents and Teens, Teens and Drugs

Researchers at McLean Hospital in Boston, in a small study, have suggested that teens who smoke marijuana before the age of 16 have a higher risk of long-term brain damage than those who start later in life.

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