Dr. Libby Stuyt

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Two of the earliest states to legalize recreational marijuana are seeing problems, such as increased ER visits and psychotic episodes among teenagers.

Weed is stronger now than ever, and could be damaging teenage brains

Two of the earliest states to legalize recreational marijuana are seeing problems, such as increased ER visits and psychotic episodes among teenagers.

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