This article originally appeared on Medical Daily.
Smoking weed and coming down with a case of "the munchies" often go hand-in-hand. You ravenously go through packs of potato chips, candy, and any food within arms reach. Surprisingly, while getting high is associated with increased appetite, a recent study in the American Journal of Medicine has found marijuana smokers are more likely to have lower body weight and broken bones.
(Reuters Health) - Older people who break a bone are often receiving medications that can increase the risk of a fracture - and even after an accident, less than 10 percent of them stop taking those drugs, according to a new study.
75% of smokers in Roswell Park-led study said offer of free cessation medication 'very important' to quit effort Light daily smokers, those who smoke fewer than 10 cigarettes per day, have greater success quitting when provided stop...
Our bones thin with age, and this is linked to higher fracture risk. Now, a new study shows hopping for 2 minutes a day may reduce the risk of hip fracture by raising bone density.
Daily and former smokers who watched e-cigarette commercials showing people vaping experienced a greater urge to reach for a conventional cigarette, a new study reveals.