Study: Casual Marijuana Use Can Still Cause Brain Abnormalities

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Study: Casual Marijuana Use Can Still Cause Brain Abnormalities

Debunking the belief that casual pot smoking isn’t harmful, a recent study in The Journal of Neuroscience found that even smokers who light up once or twice a week have been shown to develop brain abnormalities. What do you think?

  • “My guess is that a lot of people are still going to smoke pot.”

    Ron Steele
    Metal Inspector
  • “It’s true. Smoking pot can cause you to ask all kinds of paranoid questions like why the sample size of this study was so small and whether its results have been corroborated by further research.”

    Paul Mandia
    Classroom Assistant
  • “Eh. My brain was nothing special before.”

    Linda Hanable
    Button Sorter
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