Cannabis Use Disorder Is Declining Among Daily Weed Users, New Study Finds

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Researchers found that the prevalence of cannabis use disorder has been declining since 2002, even among people who smoke every day.

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The rate of cannabis use disorder (CUD) among frequent marijuana consumers has dropped significantly over the past two decades, according to researchers from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.

Although cannabis is not physically addictive, a small percentage of users can still struggle...

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