New Study Finds Medical Marijuana Doesn’t Help Anxiety and Depression and Doubles Addiction Risk

Using medical marijuana to treat pain, anxiety and depression failed to improve these symptoms while doubling the risk of developing cannabis use disorder, according to a new study published in JAMA Network Open. The study by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) followed 269 adults from the Boston area with an average age of 37 who wanted to obtain medical marijuana cards.

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