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A New Study Says Marijuana Users Are Less Likely To Suffer From These Health Issues

A new study in the journal Obesity found that marijuana users are less likely to become obese or develop diabetes.

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"Obesity and diabetes cost this country over 150 billion dollars a year in medical costs."

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A new study in the Journal Obesity found that people who smoked marijuana regularly despite the cliche of marijuana giving you the munchies for terrible junk food, these people in fact had lower body mass index, lower fat percentages, lower fasting insulin levels and lower incidents of diabetes. We know obesity and diabetes cost this country  over 150 billion dollars a year in medical costs, so the next time, the next time you see a fat stoner I guess we got to point out to them they are doing something wrong they are not doing it right.