Calvin Hughes, Civilized Life, reports that a recent study led by University of Oxford and McGill University involved a real-world data meta-analysis involving previous studies on how youth cannabis consumption affects the development of depression later in life. The Canadian and UK researchers collected data from 23,000 people by 11 international studies published since the mid-1990s. After reviewing the statistics, the researchers found that consuming cannabis regularly before the age of 18 is associated with a 37% increase in the risk of developing depression by age 35.

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Source: Civilized Life

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