Medical Marijuana Laws and Adolescent Marijuana Use

Marijuana use in teenagers does not increase after a state legalizes medical marijuana, according to a study published in The Lancet Journal of Psychiatry. The research, by Deborah Hasin, PhD, and colleagues, is based on data from more than one million teenagers in 21 states where medical marijuana was legalized. Watch below, Dr. Hassin’s comments on the research team’s findings.

Dr. Hasin is a professor of epidemiology at the Department of Psychiatry and the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University Medical Center. Read more about the findings, and their implications here.

To speak further with the authors on the findings, please contact Rachel Yarmolinsky, Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, 646-774-5353 or ry2134@cumc.columbia.edu; or Stephanie Berger, Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, 212-305-4372 or sb2247@cumc.columbia.edu.

Hey Galeristas! This is our next Gallery Club event – Saturday April 2, 2011

GRAFFITI & STREET ART diagram by Daniel Feral is a 75th Anniversary celebration of Alfred H. Barr's CUBISM & ABSTRACT ART diagram.

33 graffiti writers and street artists will unite to reclaim the former Donnell Library as a repository of visual information on the growing world-wide phenomenon of street art. This exhibition celebrates the art historical timeline that is New York City’s own unique legacy. Read more about Pantheon NYC: A history of art from the streets of New York City and also check out Luna Park’s Pantheon set on Flickr.