The more vices the better.

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    spintheblackcircle Hello, Jose!

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    Researchers at the National Institute of Scientific Research at Canada’s University of Quebec have produced some interesting figures on the number of cannabis users who are affected by alcohol-related diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, and even liver cancer.

    Heavy drinkers who never touched cannabis had a 90% chance of developing liver problems later in life. But heavy drinkers who were also moderate cannabis smokers, the study found, only had about an 8% chance.

    Even more dramatically, for heavy drinkers who were also big-time pot smokers the likelihood of liver trouble went down to about 1.4%.

    The Quebec findings, while only preliminary, are confirmed by similar research from a joint American-Korean team based out of Seoul National University Hospital.

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