Marijuana could help aging brainsArticle added by John Sullivan on January 1, 2009
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Scientists at Ohio State University say they’re seeing more evidence that smoking dope could be good for the aging brain. Research suggests elements of marijuana reduce inflammation and can stimulate new cells.

While they’re not exactly suggesting daily bong hits, scientists are pushing for the development of a legal, THC-like synthetic drug that could improve memory — good news for the 10 million boomers who are expected to develop Alzheimer’s.

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