The shootings last week in Marysville, Washington, forces into question: What triggers school violence? Jaylen Fryberg, who shot himself and five others, was a popular, 15-year old Homecoming Prince. Last December at Arapahoe High School in Colorado, an 18-year old with few signs of mental illness, shot a fellow student and tried to shoot a … Continue reading Does Accepting Teen Pot Use Increase Violence?
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In the first 5 months of this year, nine children had been treated at the Colorado Children’s Hospital in Aurora for ingesting marijuana. Seven of these children were in intensive care. By August, at least 3 more children had been in emergency treatment for marijuana at the same hospital. The first stores for recreational marijuana opened in January, 2014. Marijuana … Continue reading Marijuana Treats Look Like Familiar Sweets
This Video comes from the Concordance Blog and is dated 2012. This video deals exclusively with the documented negative health consequences of recreational cannabis use. I used data from over 140 papers in the process of preparing this video. I’ve done my best to document sources. Below are some key papers for reference. 1. CANNABIS … Continue reading Myths About Marijuana