Marijuana users who smoke the controversial recreational drug face a three-fold greater chance of dying from high blood pressure or hypertension compared to non-users of the drug, according to a new study.
A group of scientists conducted a retrospective follow-up research involving 1,213 people aged 20 or above who had engaged in a continuing National Health & Nutrition Examination Survey in 2005–2006.
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