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THC on the Brain

We already know that THC – along with most other psychoactive drugs – causes behavioral changes by interfering with the release of neurotransmitters (such as dopamine) from neurons in the brain. However, a paper published recently in Nature suggests that’s not the end of the story (1). 

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