A history of cannabis use among patients with heart failure is associated with reduced odds of in-hospital mortality compared to similarly matched individuals who don’t use the plant, according to a new study published online by the journal Circulation. For the study, researchers examined data from over six million heart failure patients over a seven-year period. They found …
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