Why Some Are Saying Marijuana May Increase Stroke And Heart Failure
Researchers concluded marijuana users had a 26 percent increase in the risk of stroke and a 10 percent increase the likelihood of later heart failure.
Is Marijuana Worse Than Tobacco For Cardiovascular Health?
If you consume cannabis, you are three times more likely to die from cardiovascular health issues than those who abstain, according to a shocking new study.
Among Heart Failure Patients, Cannabis Users Have Better Outcomes
As any cannabis enthusiast will tell you, all experiences with marijuana are not the same. While people use it for its pleasant effects and therapeutic benefits, the experience isn’t fail safe.
Spice, K2, Kronic: How To Spot A ‘Synthetic Marijuana’ Overdose
Synthetic marijuana, whether you call it Spice, K2, Kronic or some other snappy name, simply is not marijuana and could be very bad for you.
Smoke Marijuana And Lose Weight? Here Is The Science
Marijuana users are much less likely than non-users to develop metabolic syndrome, which makes it difficult to lose weight.