Young adults who cannabis cannabis are more likely to get bronchitis, according to the study, Science News

The link between cannabis and cannabis and respiratory health problems was not fully known before, but recent research has shown that adults who vaccinate cannabis have an increased risk of bronchitis and other problems. The study found that vaping cannabis at any frequency increases the likelihood of respiratory illness and even Covid-19 infection in teens around the age of 19.

Towards the end of 2019, mysterious cases of lung injuries related to vaping were observed in the United States. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said more than 2,800 people from all 50 states, Washington, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have died from respiratory problems caused by vaping or e-cigarettes.

The COVID-19 virus attacks a person’s respiratory system and affects the lungs.

Jessica Braymiller, the first author of the study, said that these mysterious diseases were seen in people who used nicotine or cannabis.

During the study, more than 2,000 young people who responded to an online questionnaire reported a history of smoking and smoking behaviors and respiratory problems.

Those who cannabis cannabis had a stronger connection with the symptoms of bronchitis, coughing and wheezing than those who never cannabis cannabis.