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Snoking weed could lead to a heart attack
According to a study from Dr. Ishan Paranjpe, from Stanford University, smoking too much cannabis would increase the risk of heart disease (coronary heart disease).

This is a crucial warning to those who smoke a lot of cannabis, a habit that increases the risk of a “silent killer” by 30%, it seems.

This drug, which is classified in the B category , can develop more early deadly diseases versus humans who do not smoke any.

The study in question was done on 175,000 adults in the U.S., while doctors were monitoring them medically very strictly and tightly.

Note that coronary heartdisease causes chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue and can lead to a heart attack.

Cannabis smokers will need to be vigilant.

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