Adverse health effects of marijuana use.

@article{Volkow2014AdverseHE,
  title={Adverse health effects of marijuana use.},
  author={N. Volkow and R. Baler and W. Compton and S. Weiss},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={370 23},
  pages={
          2219-27
        }
}
As marijuana use becomes legal in some states, the dominant public opinion is that marijuana is a harmless source of mood alteration. Although the harms associated with marijuana use have not been well studied, enough information is available to cause concern. 
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