Smoking Marijuana at a Young Age Can Damage the Brain

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By Molly Clifton

Teens who are heavy marijuana users could damage their brain structure. 

A new Northwestern Medicine study finds that smoking pot daily for three years or more at a young age can lead to abnormal brain changes. 

It may affect memory and lead to increased risk of schizophrenia as adults.
 



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