A new study in Canada has found that cannabis is not significantly linked to suicide in psychiatric patients. Researchers from McMaster University released the results of their study earlier this week in the journal Biology of Sex Differences. The researchers’ conclusions note that previous data has suggested a link between cannabis use and suicide in the general population. The study’s authors did note, however, that the heaviness of cannabis use by men did appear to be a factor in suicidal behavior and should be studied further.

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