warns Barbara Yankey, PhD. A statistical analysis of more than 1,200 US adults, who were followed for up to two decades, found that those who self-reported using marijuana were three times more likely to die from hypertension-related illness than those who said they never used it.
The study did not prove cause and effect and did not look at frequency of use or recreational verses medical purposes.
Source: Bottom Line Personal November 2017 Barbara Yankey, PhD, is an epidemiologist in the School of Public Health at Georgia State University, Atlanta.
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