Quality of life and recreational cannabis use

  title={Quality of life and recreational cannabis use},
  author={Matthew Goldenberg and W. Ishak and I. Danovitch},
  journal={The American Journal on Addictions},
INTRODUCTION Cannabis is now the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States and use is increasing. Frequent cannabis use has been associated with adverse social and health effects. We sought to evaluate the relationship between recreational cannabis use and Quality of Life (QoL), a person-centered measure that characterizes the overall sense of health and wellbeing. We hypothesized that QoL would be unchanged or increased among recreational cannabis users, who did not meet criteria… Expand
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