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Thursday, 17 November 2016

Smoking Marijuana Accelerates Aging, Making Heart 11 Percent Older Than Normal

Smoking Marijuana Accelerates Aging, Making Heart 11 Percent Older Than Normal
- The study found that hardening of the arteries caused by long-term marijuana use increased the biological age of users by 11 percent, which could make a 30-year-old user biologically closer to 33 years old. They concluded that marijuana use was associated with accelerated cardiovascular aging.