Cannabis use linked to lower risk of stroke
hose who use marijuana may benefit from a reduced chance of stroke, according to a new study.
As part of The Stroke Prevention in Young Adults Study, researchers from the University of Maryland analyzed past marijuana use among 751 stroke cases and 813 controls.
The results, which spanned 16 years, showed that those who used marijuana were less likely to suffer a stroke. 28.8% of stroke patients reported marijuana use verses 32.7% of those with no history of stroke.
While the decrease in stroke risk was statistically significant, the researchers stressed that the link does not necessarily prove that marijuana is protective. Read more
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