Marijuana Users no More Likely to Experience Depression, Psychosis or Asthma, Study Says

No matter how much marijuana you did in your rebellious youth – or how little because you were a good lad – it will not come back to haunt you as an adult much at all.
That is the surprise finding of US researchers in one of the only studies to have tracked teen users of marijuana over two decades.
First surveyed at 14 years old, the 408 young men were followed until their 36th birthdays by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, a leading American healthcare provider, and Rutgers University in the US.

Even though 22% of the participants were chronic users of marijuana – smoking the drug regularly every week – they were no more likely than their old schoolmates to experience depression, anxiety, psychosis or asthma by their mid-30s, said the report.

– Read the entire article at The Independent.