Marijuana Tied to Ongoing Subclinical Psychosis in Teens

Concurrent and Sustained Cumulative Effects of Adolescent Marijuana Use on Subclinical Psychotic Symptoms, American Journal of Psychiatry, Aug. 2016

Adolescent boys who regularly use marijuana are at increased risk of experiencing persistent, subclinical psychotic symptoms, particularly paranoia and hallucinations, even after they stop using the drug, a new study suggests.

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