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California may require labels on pot products to warn of mental health risks
by April Dembosky, KQED News
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20 June 2022
On 20 June 2022 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
Doctors and lawmakers in California want cannabis producers to warn consumers of this and other health risks on their packaging labels and in advertising, similar to requirements for cigarettes. Indeed, many scientific studies have linked marijuana use to an increased risk of developing psychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia.
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Californians voted to legalize recreational pot in 2016. Three years later, emergency room visits for cannabis-induced psychosis went up 54 percent across the state, from 682 to 1,053, according to state hospital data.
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