Effects of Smoking Marijuana Video

Learn how Smoking marijuana may give you more than the munchies, a 40% higher chance of developing psychosis- which may be characterized by hallucinations and delusions, in this medical report.
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Dr. Susan Sharma: This is insidermedicine in 60. From Bristol, smoking marijuana may give you more than the munchies say researchers, combining the results of 35 published studies, have shown a 40% higher chance of developing psychosis, which may be characterized by hallucinations and delusions. From Maryland, beware of bursting cans. The FDA is warning about the risk of botulism in Castleberry's canned products which includes chili and dog food. The cans are bursting because of the gases created by bacteria, which can cause botulism, a type of food poisoning that can result in paralysis and death. Also from Maryland, more from the FDA on the diabetes drug Avandia. The FDA will be meeting many experts on Monday to decide the fate of Avandia, which has been liked to a raised risk of heart attack. The meeting could result in increased label warnings or even the suggestion of a recall. And finally, from Denver, Andrew Speaker, the lawyer who had surgery to remove an area of multiple drug resistant TB, has been released from the hospital. He was declared non-contagious and flew home on an air ambulance. For Insidermedicine in 60, I'm Dr. Susan Sharma.

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