Cannabis And Psychosis Are Linked, And We’re a Step Closer to Understanding How


What that level is and how that relationship functions isn’t so easy to unravel, with mental health and drug use commonly locked in a tug-of-war that makes cause-and-effect hard to tease apart.

According to a new study conducted by a team of researchers from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and King’s College London in the UK, the genes for¬†schizophrenia¬†could prove to be the key to explaining why some cannabis users develop psychosis while others don’t.

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