A new study published in this month’s edition of the journal Addictive Behaviors has concluded that cannabis use does not increase the odds of aggression between intimate partners, whereas alcohol directly increases the possibility of such aggression. For the study, male college students in relationships committed daily surveys for a 90-day period, assessing their cannabis and alcohol use, as …
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