Marijuana use and cardiovascular complications have been noted by medical scientists in France. Many still believe marijuana to be virtually harmless. Perception of marijuana as a “safe drug” is scientifically inaccurate The nature of the teen... read more
Just as Denver moves full speed ahead with recreational marijuana commercialization and THC potency levels are extremely high, an increasing number of middle and high school students perceive the risks of early marijuana use as low. More students think ma... read more
Doctor Paula Riggs, one of the leading experts on early marijuana use, shares research on how marijuana use impacts the health and safety of young users. The Big Deal About Marijuana Use Paula Riggs, MD, explains how marijuana affects health and why users... read more
New research suggests that marijuana effects may not just impact the developing brain, but ultimately may impact an adolescent user’s future offspring as well. Foxnews.com Jan. 24, 2014 – 2:08 – John Roberts reports from Atlanta
Marijuana legalization makes tough conversations harder for teens Colorado Public Radio Originally published: March 18, 2014 By Jenny Brundin
Out-of-state journalist expresses shock and dismay at the health and safety dangers of highly potent edibles being sold in Colorado. by Marshall Allen ProPublica, April 7, 2014, 10 a.m.
“Casual marijuana use damages the brain” conclude researchers at Northwestern University in new study. Doctors find the degree the brain changed is directly related to the amount of marijuana being used. Casual marijuana use linked to brain changes US... read more