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High-strength 'skunk' cannabis linked to brain changes

12:50pm Friday 27th November 2015 content supplied byNHS Choices

"Scientists warn smoking 'skunk' cannabis wrecks brains," The Sun reports, somewhat simplistically. A small study found some users of the high-strength skunk strain of cannabis had changes in nerve fibres in a specific part of the brain...

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