July 28, 2009 — According to a literature review published in Psychological Medicine, long-term use of marijuana has minimal effect on brain function.


Marijuana’s Impact On Brain Function “Minimal,” New Study Says
July 28th, 2009 By: Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director

The consumption of cannabis, even long-term, has a “minimal” impact on brain function, according to a systematic literature review just published online by the journal Psychological Medicine.

An international team of investigators from the United Kingdom, Spain, Brazil, Australia, and Switzerland conducted a systematic review of the effects of cannabis on brain structure and function.


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