For the study, researchers analyzed the association between cannabis and alcohol exposure in the brains of young adults. They took a sample size using 436 twins, all of whom were 24 years of age. They then assessed the frequency, quality, density, and level of intoxication occurred after consuming both alcohol and marijuana, and after that they gathered data to check if marijuana use had an effect on cortical thickness which was measured through magnetic resonance imaging.
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Source : Alcohol Affects Cortical Thickness in Young Adults While Cannabis Does Not Says New Medical Study
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