A recent study that was published in the Annals of Internal Medicine last Monday, shows that the use of cannabis among people aged between 56 and 74, is on the rise in America, with men in the lead. The baby boomer generation which makes up people aged between 56 and 74, refers to people who were born between the year 1946 and 1964. They make up about 20% of the world’s population, mostly in developed nations.
The study’s co-author, Bill Jesdale, suggests that the attitudes toward marijuana in the country seem to be changing. Bill Jesdale, who also works at the University of Massachusetts Medical School as an assistant professor of Population and Quantitative Health, also stated that the findings showed an increase in the use of cannabis in older people. This applies to states where cannabis…
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