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Can Marijuana Reduce the Risk of Strokes?

Marijuana enhances blood and oxygen flow, reducing the risk of blood clots and stroke, researchers found.       Smoking marijuana can reduce the risk of a stroke to a large extent, a new study has found. The findings of the study have been published in the journal, "Neuropsychopharmacology." Although the use of marijuana is legal for medical purposes in 29 states of the country, 21 states
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Smoking marijuana can reduce the risk of a stroke to a large extent, a new study has found. The findings of the study have been published in the journal, “Neuropsychopharmacology.” Although the use of marijuana is legal for medical ...

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