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Dea: The Dangers And Consequences Of Marijuana Abuse


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heres what the DEA has to saya bout marijuana in may 2014.

http://www.justice.gov/dea/docs/dangers-consequences-marijuana-abuse.pdf

 

 

Without a clear understanding of the mental and physical effects of marijuana, its use on our
youth, our families, and our society, we will never understand the ramifications it will have on the
lives of our younger generation, the impact on their future, and its costs to our society.

 

look at that. they freely admit to what we know all along. the DEA doesnt look if marijuana is safe or dangerous.

 

 

Teens who experiment with marijuana may be making themselves more vulnerable to
heroin addiction later in life, if the findings from experiments with rats are any indication.
“Cannabis has very long-term, enduring effects on the brain,” according to Dr. Yamin
Hurd of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, the study’s lead author. 118

 

nice one DEA. that gateway theory still working for you ?

 

OH flower YOU DEA

 

In October 2006, one of the study’s authors, Dr. Hal Morgenstern, Chair of
Epidemiology at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, said although
the risk of cancer did not prove to be large in the recent study, “I wouldn’t go so far
as to say there is no increased cancer risk from smoking marijuana.” 98

 

the real complete quote? from the url they link to?

 

“We didn’t find any evidence for an increased risk of head and neck or lung cancers among heavy, long-term marijuana users,” said study leader Hal Morgenstern, chair of epidemiology at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. “I wouldn’t go so far as to say there is no increased cancer risk from smoking marijuana, but if there is an effect, it is not very large.”

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