Marijuana users may be at increased risk of developing alcohol and drug use disorders
A study in JAMA Psychiatry reports that marijuana use by adults was associated with increased risk of developing alcohol and drug use disorders, including nicotine dependence, at three years of follow-up. Read more and read the study abstract.
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