U.S. researchers have found that a one-minute exposure to secondhand marijuana smoke was associated with significant short-term impairment of the blood supply to the lining of the blood vessels of rats. It took a full 90 minutes to recover normal function after a 60-second exposure to marijuana smoke compared to 30 minutes following a similar exposure to tobacco smoke.

LifeTip: Avoid secondhand smoke whether from tobacco or marijuana. Watch “Overcome Addictions” by Dr. David DeRose for more recommendations.

Adapted from PositiveChoices.com

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