Study: Link between marijuana and psychosis goes 2 ways

12/25/2012 | Reuters

Teenagers who use marijuana are more likely than those who do not to develop psychotic symptoms, and teens with psychotic symptoms are more likely to become marijuana users, according to a study published in the journal Addiction. The bidirectional link between marijuana use and psychosis might be genetic, the lead researcher said.

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