"Developmentally-vulnerable” teenagers should hold off on marijuana use, says Harvard doctor
Yesterday Dr. Gruber was featured on Michigan NPR's Stateside in a segment discussing important considerations in the wake of recreational marijuana legalization in Michigan. Dr. Gruber tells host Cynthia Canty that it is important for parents to "have open, honest conversations"with their teens, who are likely vulnerable to adverse cognitive effects associated with marijuana use. This is because adolescents are in the midst of critical stages of brain development. You can listen to Dr. Gruber's full segment here.