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    Nine in Ten Teens at Drug Clinics are Being Treated for Marijuana Use

    Updated: April 22, 2018 at 2:53 pm EST  See Comments

    Cannabis is responsible for 91 per cent of cases where teenagers end up being treated for drug addiction, shocking new figures reveal.

    Supporters of the drug claim it is harmless, but an official report now warns the ‘increased dominance of high-potency herbal cannabis’ – known as skunk – is causing more young people to seek treatment.

    The revelation comes amid growing concerns that universities – and even some public schools – are awash with high-strength cannabis and other drugs.

    The findings also back up academic research, revealed in The Mail on Sunday over the past three years, that skunk is having a serious detrimental impact on the mental health of the young. At least two studies have shown repeated use triples the risk of psychosis, with sufferers repeatedly experiencing delusional thoughts. Some victims end up taking their own lives… Continue Reading

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