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Swiss Study - Adverse Health Consequences Cannabis Use

Swiss Study - Adverse Health Consequences Cannabis Use

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Results from scientific studies published up to and including 2008 are included. This knowledge overview shows that cannabis use is associated with a number of harmful risks; among the most serious are diminished learning ability and decreased intellectual capacity.
Cannabis can also cause serious mental disorders such as schizophrenia and other psychosis. Teenagers are particularly vulnerable and damage can occur even with very moderate consumption. The panorama of harm indicates that it is misleading to view cannabis as a “light” narcotic substance.
Results from scientific studies published up to and including 2008 are included. This knowledge overview shows that cannabis use is associated with a number of harmful risks; among the most serious are diminished learning ability and decreased intellectual capacity.
Cannabis can also cause serious mental disorders such as schizophrenia and other psychosis. Teenagers are particularly vulnerable and damage can occur even with very moderate consumption. The panorama of harm indicates that it is misleading to view cannabis as a “light” narcotic substance.

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Published by: PRMurphy on Apr 12, 2011
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Adverse Health Consequences o Cannabis Use
A survey o scientiic studiespublished up to And including 2008
 
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SWEDISH NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH,ÖSTERSUND, R 2010:19REvISED EDITION 2009EDITION 3:1ISSN: 1651-8624ISBN: 978-91-7257-669-8COvER PHOTO: PHOTOS.COmGRAPHIC PRODUCTION: FRykLUNDSPRINTING: STRÖmBERG, STOCkHOLm 2010

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The absurd Ronpaulian "It's just a plant" argument. Well, coca is "just a plant" too. Opium is also "just a plant". Should they be legalized too. If not, why not? They are "just plants". Peyote is "just a plant" as well. etc etc. It's a ridiculous Cheech & Chong argument.
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The absurd Ronpaulian "It's just a plant" argument. Well, coca is "just a plant" too. Opium is also "just a plant". Should they be legalized too. If not, why not? They are "just plants". Peyote is "just a plant" as well. etc etc. It's a ridiculous Cheech & Chong argument.
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The pro-drug legalization zealots and the Ronpaulians won't accept any data from any credible source. The Swiss study is as independent as they get. Read what they have concluded. It's not good.
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The pro-drug legalization zealots and the Ronpaulians won't accept any data from any credible source. The Swiss study is as independent as they get. Read what they have concluded. It's not good.
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"It is difficult to evaluate the progress of research in the past five-year period, and we should wait another few years before we do so. The fact that there is a causal relationship between cannabis abuse and schizophrenia/schizophreniform (schizoADVERSE HE ALTH CONSE QUENCES OF CANN ABIS USE 7 phrenia-like) psychoses has, however, been established when the Swedish studies of national service con
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