Marijuana use during adolescence damages the brain. That’s a definite. But that’s just the beginning.
New research suggests that marijuana use during adolescence may cause long-term damage to the immune system, resulting in diseases such as multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease and rheumatoid arthritis in adulthood.
There are two things that are certain about marijuana. The first is that it doesn’t discriminate, attaching itself to all different lives – fortunate, unfortunate, happy, sad, educated, wealthy, poor. The second is that whatever the life it attaches to, marijuana will do damage if it stays.
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