Early use of marijuana may impair cognitive ability, study finds

11/15/2010 | HealthDay News

A U.S. study found that people who began smoking marijuana before age 16 performed more poorly on tests of cognitive brain function and tended to smoke more often compared with those who started later. Overall, researchers found that frequent users of marijuana were less likely to maintain concentration and were more likely to make errors than nonusers.

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