Alcohol Vs. Weed: How The Two Affect Young Adult Brains

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Photo by rawpixel.com For the study, researchers analyzed the association between cannabis and alcohol exposure in the brains of young adults. The latest study of this kind revealed that alcohol impacts cortical thickness among young people, which was not the case with those who used cannabis. In the past, prohibitionists loved to say that cannabis would cause brain damage, but new studies now show that alcohol does, while cannabis does not. It is becoming a known fact that alcohol causes brain damage while cannabis does not, and there are studies to back up these claims. The brain’s cortical thickness is a metric used to measure how thick the layers are in the cerebral cortex.

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It is becoming a known fact that alcohol causes brain damage while cannabis does not, and there are studies to back up these claims.

In the past, prohibitionists loved to say that cannabis would cause brain damage, but new studies now show that alcohol does, while cannabis does not. The latest study of this kind revealed that alcohol impacts cortical thickness among young people, which was not the case with those who used cannabis.

The brain’s...

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