Assault, psychosis and marijuana On Thursday, July 26 a man believed to be high on marijuana was arrested for aggravated assault with a knife, the Rutland Herald reported July 27. Fortunately no one was injured. Physicians, Families & Friends for a Better Vermont issued a press release today, saying “the scene of a screaming, knife-wielding, … Continue reading Aggravated assault in Vermont Highlights marijuana-psychosis link
Dr. Christine Miller studies drugs and their impacts on people. In this series of videos from a rally in Sacramento, she dispels the notion that marijuana is a safe drug.
Specialists in Washington and London Explain Links to Pot and Psychosis More doctors and other specialists are going public to speak about the dangers of psychosis related to marijuana. An article published in My Northwest recently needs to be taken seriously. Paul Hunziker, a licensed chemical dependency specialist in Renton, Washington explained that researchers … Continue reading Marijuana-Induced Psychosis Is Increasing
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and Rutgers University have issued a correction to their original report that teen marijuana use had no effect on the development of a psychotic order by age 36. Meanwhile, a hospital in Washington, the first state to legalize marijuana, reports 1-2 new cases of admissions for marijuana-induced psychosis each … Continue reading Updates on the Marijuana Psychosis Link