Share of Cost, Cannabis use in adolescence has negative impact on education

Monday, Mar. 9th 2015 6:15 AM

A study looks to add more fuel to the heated debate around the use of marijuana, as researchers have linked the frequent use of cannabis among adolescents with reduced educational attainment. The study also links frequent use of the drug with other negative health outcomes, such as suicide attempts.

The study’s lead author, Dr. Edmund Silins, says that the results “provide strong evidence that the prevention or delay of cannabis use is likely to have broad health and social benefits.”

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