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In recent years, exposure to marijuana and other cannabinoids has become an increasing challenge. Legalization of marijuana for both medical and recreational use has already happened in some states, and more states are considering this. What is the risk of use or secondary exposure, including accidental ingestion, to marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids? What factors are associated with use or secondary exposure? What are the implications for children and teens who use marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids?
High-impact collection topics include:
Health risk behaviors with synthetic cannabinoids versus Marijuana
Risky behaviors associated with synthetic cannabinoid use
Longitudinal predictors of adolescent synthetic cannabinoid use
AAP policy opposing marijuana use and clinical, research, and legal updates to marijuana policies on youth
Counseling parents and teens about marijuana use
Strategies for reducing youth recreational marijuana use
Alcohol and marijuana use among medically vulnerable youth
Neurologic effects on newborns exposed to marijuana in pregnancy
Clinical presentation of synthetic cannabinoids intoxication
Prolonged atrial fibrillation precipitated by new-onset seizures after marijuana abuse
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