No Increased Physical or Mental Risk for Teenage Cannabis Smokers, New Study Finds

By | August 5th, 2015|Categories: Cannabis, Smoking|

No Increased Physical or Mental Risk for Teenage Cannabis Smokers A new research study claims that heavy cannabis use during adolescence does not increase the risk of mental or physical health complications later in life. The detailed study, conducted by the University of Pittsburgh and Rutgers University tracked 408 men from their teenage years to their [...]

Moderate lifetime marijuana smoking associated with airway irritation but not lung function

By | February 2nd, 2015|Categories: Lungs, Smoking|

A research study based on analysis of publicly available data has found that recent marijuana use was associated with symptoms of airway inflammation, but that moderate lifetime use was not associated with clinically significant changes in measures of lung function. The study is the largest cross-sectional analysis of the relationship between marijuana use and measures [...]