Drinking, Smoking, and Drug Use Linked to Premature Heart Disease in the Young

New research published online in the journal Heart has found recreational drinking, smoking and drug use is linked to premature heart disease in young people, particularly younger women. Researchers explored whether the recreational use of tobacco, cannabis, alcohol and illicit drugs, such as amphetamine and cocaine, might be linked to prematurely and extremely prematurely furred up arteries.

Learn more about the findings: https://www.bmj.com/company/newsroom/drinking-smoking-and-drug-use-linked-to-premature-heart-disease-in-the-young/

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