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Heavy Pot Smokers At Greater Risk for Bone Fractures, Study Shows

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.
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