"Primary Viewpoints," a podcast from Patient Care Online, brings you an exclusive interview with Henry Mahncke, PhD, on the impact of cannabis on cognitive health.
Henry Mahncke, PhD, explains why lifestyle interventions, such as diet and exercise, could be prescribed down the line to improve brain health.
As more states legalize cannabis for recreational purposes, it is critical for clinicians to help patients safely navigate its use.
When talking to younger cannabis users, Henry Mahncke, PhD, says it is important to first understand the underlying causes of use before counseling against it.
New research suggests frequent cannabis use can raise the risk of myocardial infarction in adults younger than 45 years.
A new review found >2 million US adults with heart disease have either used marijuana in the past or are current users.
Two studies to be presented at the upcoming AHA annual meeting found that young cannabis users are at greater risk for stroke and arrhythmia.
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