Published July 2017 By Honor Whiteman  

Researchers say that adolescents who increase their use of the drug may be more susceptible to psychotic-like episodes.

Studies have long suggested a link between marijuana use and psychosis. New research sheds further light on this association, after finding that teenagers who increase their use of the drug are more likely to experience psychotic-like episodes…Compared with teenagers in the general population, the researchers found that teenagers who increased their frequency of marijuana use from occasionally to weekly or daily were at 159 percent greater risk of having recurrent PLEs.

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(Cannabis use and psychotic-like experiences trajectories during early adolescence: the coevolution and potential mediators )