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When is the last time you’ve seen Snoop Dogg depressed? That’s right: never. Bob Marley? Happiest guy in the world. Maybe that’s saying something. According to an article published in the medical journal Addictive Behaviors, marijuana users were less likely to be depressed than non-users.

Taken from the article:

We compared those who consumed marijuana daily, once a week or less, or never in their lives. Despite comparable ranges of scores on all depression subscales, those who used once per week or less had less depressed mood, more positive affect, and fewer somatic complaints than non-users. Daily users reported less depressed mood and more positive affect than non-users.

Read the article on Google Docs.

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