A prospective study of the substance use and mental health outcomes of young adult former and current cannabis users
Introduction and Aims: The extent to which young adult former cannabis users fare better than infrequent users is unclear. We investigated the association between cannabis use status at age 23 and substance use and mental health outcomes at age 27. Design and Methods: Data were from the 20+ year cohort of the PATH Through Life Study. Lifetime cannabis users (n = 1410) at age 23 were classified as former/occasional/regular users. Multivariable logistic regression was used to estimate the...[Show more]
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|Source:||Drug and Alcohol Review|
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