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In a study of adolescent mice with a version of a gene linked to serious human mental illnesses, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have uncovered a possible explanation for how marijuana may damage the brains of some human teens. In a report that will be published in a print issue of the journal Biological Psychiatry , the researchers say they showed that pot exposure increases inflammation in a specific type of brain cell in adolescent mice that carries a rare genetic mutation linked to schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other major psychiatric disorders.

teenage and Marijuana the brain

teenage and Marijuana the brain

teenage and Marijuana the brain

teenage and Marijuana the brain

The Monitoring the Future College Students and Adults survey shows trends in alcohol, marijuana, nicotine, and stimulant use in college students and non-college peers. Sometimes it feels like you're the only one who doesn't know—but your friends often have the same questions as you. The trial recruited 3, school pupils in 7th grade age 12 to

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teenage and Marijuana the brain

teenage and Marijuana the brain

teenage and Marijuana the brain

teenage and Marijuana the brain

Is marijuana addictive? The researchers said their results showed a "common vulnerability" to using cannabis and alcohol, among pupils with poorer working memory, perceptual reasoning and inhibition control. In , 36 percent of college students said they used marijuana in the past year, compared to 30 percent in

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