The therapeutic effects of cannabis are indisputable, and a number of scientific studies confirming that is on the rise. However, a growing body of researchers is investigating the negative impacts marijuana has on overall human health.

Building on the previous study presented at the ANESTHESIOLOGY 2020 (sic) annual meeting suggested that cannabis users require more anesthesia during surgery than non-users and as a result end up using higher amounts of opioids during recovery, a new study has looked into marijuana’s impact on outcomes for common bypass surgery.

Based on the analysis of 11,000 cases from the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Cardiovascular Consortium, known as BMC2, Michigan Medicine’s <a …

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