Cannabis and second hand smoke
Browse the latest research linking medical marijuana / medicinal cannabis and second hand smoke.
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cannabis second hand smoke in humans via experiment Nonsmoker Exposure to Secondhand Cannabis Smoke. III. Oral Fluid and Blood Drug Concentrations and Corresponding Subjective Effects Sep 2015
Positive tests for THC in oral fluid and blood were obtained for nonsmokers up to 3 h following exposure. Ratings of subjective effects correlated with the degree of exposure.
cannabis second hand smoke in rats via experiment One Minute of Marijuana Secondhand Smoke Exposure Substantially Impairs Vascular Endothelial Function Aug 2016
One minute of exposure to marijuana SHS substantially impairs endothelial function in rats for at least 90 minutes, considerably longer than comparable impairment by tobacco SHS.
cannabis second hand smoke via review Health effects of exposure to second- and third-hand marijuana smoke: a systematic review Oct 2017
Exposure to second-hand marijuana smoke leads to cannabinoid metabolites in bodily fluids, and people experience psychoactive effects after such exposure. Alignment of tobacco and marijuana smoking bylaws may result in the most effective public policies.
cannabis second hand smoke in humans via experiment Indoor cannabis smoke and children's health Mar 2019
Odds of reporting a greater number of adverse health outcomes were 1.83 (95% CI = 0.89-3.80, p = 0.10) times higher for children of families with indoor cannabis smoking vs families without cannabis smoking, after controlling for exposure to cigarette smoke and other covariates. Our results do not indicate a statistically significant association. However, the magnitude of the (non-significant) association between indoor cannabis smoking and adverse health outcomes warrants more studies.
cannabis second hand smoke in humans via study Indoor cannabis smoke and children's health Jun 2019
Indoor cannabis smoking raises particle levels and risk of child particle exposure. Smoking cannabis in-home may adversely impact child health.