Adolescents shouldn't use marijuana for medical or recreational purposes as it may damage brain development, and parents shouldn't consume marijuana in the presence of their children, according to recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics, published in Pediatrics. The guidance also urged pediatricians to use education and counseling in the office setting to help prevent marijuana use in adolescents. Read the article on the Washington Post.
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