Are HIV Patients Who Use Cannabis At Greater Risk For Heart Disease? This Cardiologist Was Granted $2.3M To Find Out

Many of those who live with HIV and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) are aware of how cannabis can help reduce certain symptoms like headaches and nausea. While we live in a world where HIV is no longer a death sentence, research on the connection between cannabis and HIV is growing in volume and quality. The latest push comes from a cardiologist with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine who was granted $2.3 million in funding to study the effects of cannabis on the cardiovascular health of ... Full story available on