Cannabis use may confer structural changes, impairment to heart

Patients who regularly used cannabis were more likely to have adverse changes in subclinical dysfunction and left ventricular size compared with those who rarely or never used the substance, according to a study published in JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging. “We have shown that regular cannabis use is associated with changes in the size and function of the main chamber of the heart,”

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