It’s established that smoking tobacco harms the lungs and poses the risk of people developing conditions such as lung cancer — but what about weed users who’ve been blazing the plant over the years?
Long-term marijuana smoking can also damage a person’s lungs but in a way that’s different from tobacco’s effects, a recent study suggests on the “controversial” topic. Typically, it’s been assumed both substances would impair lung function similarly, according to one of the lead researchers.
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