Marijuana Education Resources
A considerable amount of medical research exists, and is rapidly increasing, that regular marijuana use is associated with a wide variety of medical diseases especially in the young and pregnant women. States enacting medical and/or recreational marijuana laws have also seen many problems in education, domestic abuse, law enforcement, automobile accidents, and deaths under the influence of cannabis. The links below will connect with these important studies published by Missouri Medicine: The Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association.
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- Emergent Medical Illnesses Related to Cannabis Use
- Acute Illness Associated with Cannabis Use
- The Cardiovascular Effects of Marijuana: Are the Potential Adverse Effects Worth the High?
- Youth Marijuana Use Following Commercial Sales of Legal Recreational Marijuana
- Law Enforcement Problems Associated with Medical Marijuana
- Medical Marijuana: The Australian Experience
- Marijuana Legalization Causing Problems for Missouri Law Enforcement and Schools
- Marijuana is More Dangerous than You Think
- High Potency THC Marijuana from the Perspective of an Addiction Psychiatrist
- Medical Marijuana Risks
- Hemp and Cannabidiol
- Poisoning, Overdoses, Toxic Exposures Synthetic Cannabinoid
- Why Marijuana Will Not Fix the Opioid Epidemic
- Is Marijuana Use for Pain Driving Negative Societal Effects?
- Big Tobacco, Big Opioid, Big Weed
- "Bad Law" Equals "Bad Public Policy": Why Three Missouri Medical Marijuana Ballot Issues Need to Be Voted Down
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