Canadian students who use marijuana end up with poor health, grades: study

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The Federation of Canadian Municipalities have created a guide to help municipalities with marijuana legalization. Students who try marijuana at an early age and use it often are more likely to have co-occurring problems, poor health outcomes, and less occupational and educational success in young adulthood, a St. Francis Xavier University (St. FX) and University of Victoria study has found. The study, conducted by St. FX psychology professor Dr. Kara Thompson and Dr. Bonnie Leadbeater of the University of Victoria, followed a cohort of 662 young people over 10 years. Canadian students who use marijuana end up with poor health, grades: study

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