Efectos adversos sobre la salud | 16 JUN 14

Consumo de marihuana (análisis basado en evidencias)

Repaso de los efectos adversos sobre la salud que produce el consumo de marihuana. Los adolescentes son el grupo etario con mayor probabilidad de sufrir consecuencias perjudiciales debido a que su cerebro aún está en desarrollo.
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Autor/a: Nora D. Volkow, M.D., Ruben D. Baler, Ph.D., Wilson M. Compton, M.D., and Susan R.B. Weiss, Ph.D. Fuente: The New England Journal of Medicine Adverse Health Effects of Marijuana Use
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