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Marijuana use by teens linked to permanent brain abnormalities later in life, increased schizophrenia risk: studySmoking a few joints with friends growing up may be the furthest thing from harmless for developing young brains, a new U.S. study suggests.[Brennan Linsley/AP file photo]

Marijuana use by teens linked to permanent brain abnormalities later in life, increased schizophrenia risk: studySmoking a few joints with friends growing up may be the furthest thing from harmless for developing young brains, a new U.S. study suggests.
[Brennan Linsley/AP file photo]

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