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Regular marijuana smokers are more likely to have more economic and social problems than their peers at midlife. A new study shows that those who smoked regularly for years had higher debt, lower credit ratings, and exhibited antisocial tendencies. They also were more likely to lie and engage in arguments with co-workers. These findings apply to those who use marijuana at least four times a week.

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