As marijuana is still considered a dangerous drug, the number of people injured by it has been rising for years.
According to a recent study, the most common injuries are to the head, neck, face and lower extremities, followed by serious head trauma.
These injuries can result in a loss of consciousness, coma and even death.
The most commonly reported injuries to the brain are traumatic brain injuries, which are characterized by severe brain damage.
According a recent report, in 2017, there were about 100,000 reported brain injuries in the United States.
In the last few years, the numbers have gone up dramatically, as medical marijuana has been legalized in many states.
The federal government has made marijuana available to veterans, but some states have banned it altogether.
According the latest study, among people who use medical marijuana for medical reasons, about 70% report that they were injured during a drug overdose.
As we have discussed in the past, cannabis is the third most commonly abused illicit drug, and there are some who think that it is a safer alternative to alcohol and opioids.
However, according to a new report from the University of Michigan Medical School, cannabis causes a much higher number of injuries than alcohol and drugs combined.
Researchers found that while marijuana users suffered significantly more injuries than those who had not used cannabis, they did not suffer more severe injuries than people who were not using the drug.
In fact, they experienced lower rates of injury than users of other substances.
The researchers used the National Health and Social Life Survey (NHLS) data to examine injury rates among people using cannabis.
This is the largest nationally representative survey of substance use and the largest in the country.
It asked people about their use of substances such as alcohol, opioids, cannabis, ecstasy and heroin.
The data revealed that people who had used cannabis were twice as likely to be injured compared to those who were non-users.
Researchers concluded that cannabis use is “causing injury.”
According to a survey by the University at Buffalo, cannabis users are more likely to report serious injuries to their bodies compared to non-marijuana users.
For example, people who used cannabis reported experiencing lower rates than people not using cannabis, even though those who used the drug reported higher levels of injuries.
However, the study authors cautioned that the findings may not be generalizable to other drugs.
For instance, alcohol and opioid use were more likely than cannabis use to lead to serious injuries.