Long-term marijuana use can lead to brain damage, study shows

New research suggests that marijuana use can deteriorate the part of the brain responsible for decision-making. Dr. David Agus joins “CBS This Morning” from …


  1. I heavely smoked for 5 years. And let mel tell you, that stuff is dangerous for certain individuals. Especially when you have mental health issues. Otherwise, if you are a generaly happy and balanced person, its not that harmful. Alcohol and cigarettes are way worse for your health, in general.

  2. I can contest to the information here. Smoking weed affects decision making. Mow multiply that by 365 to see what it does in a year. Multiply that number by 10 years and you wont be able to make any decisions.

  3. Bro I'm not trying to be a party pooper, but I started smoking at the age of 15. I stopped smoking due to headaches after heavy use. I would get cronik headache , after about 4 blunts. I use to smoke ounces of pot , now my body can't tolerate , not even a small bowl, because I start getting chest pinching, and pokes , .

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