Marijuana Use Linked to Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes

Two preliminary studies suggest that daily marijuana use in older adults, who don’t smoke tobacco, may significantly increase the risk of serious cardiovascular emergencies, including heart attacks and strokes. The research indicates that cannabis use can lead to increased concentrations of harmful substances in the blood, similar to tobacco smoking. However, the studies have limitations, including lack of clarity on the method of cannabis consumption and potential database errors.

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