Cannabis More ‘Toxic’ for Teen Brains Than Alcohol

Marijuana usage could have long-lasting negative brain impairment for teenagers. A new study from Canadian researchers says cannabis use makes teen brains more vulnerable to damage than alcohol does. Teen marijuana usage can damage long-term cognitive abilities. Even if the teen stops using marijuana, the effect can’t be reversed. This is not the first research to show how bad marijuana can be for teenage brain development. More studies need to be done to find out why cannabis does so much destruction to young brains.

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