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Adverse impact of marijuana use on clinical outcomes among psychiatry patients with depression and alcohol use disorder
Patients with depression frequently used marijuana and nearly half met the AUD criteria.
Fewer patients with AUD were using marijuana at baseline compared to patients without AUD.
Patients with AUD using marijuana increased over 6 months compared to those without AUD.
Patients with AUD using marijuana had worse clinical outcomes than patients without AUD.
Addressing marijuana use in outpatient psychiatry treatment may help improve outcomes.
Conclusive Evidence of Marijuana’s Harm to the Brain, Body, and the Environment
The association between recreational cannabis commercialization and cannabis exposures reported to the US National Poison Data System
Charity warns over ‘safe’ legalisation of cannabis
Cannabis Resource Library – Physical Health
Association Between Marijuana Use and Risk of Cancer:
HC and CBD during early pregnancy might cause alcohol-like fetal defects