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According to a new study, smoking smoking can only damage the lungs than cigarettes. A study the refereed magazine radiology on Tuesday showed that the use of cannabis may be linked to the risk of emphysema only against smoking. The tendency is becoming more worrying than smokers – most of which are under 50 years of age – due to the average of cannabis users. Since the lung tissue is damaged and the air sacs cause the damaged tissue to break the air and trap and prevent oxygen from passing through the bloodstream, the emphysema develops over time. It can cause shortness of breath, coughing with mucus, wheezing and breast tension and cannot be returned after developing. According to the American Lung Association, more than 3 million people in the United States were potentially diagnosed with fatal illnesses. Researchers from the Department of Radiology Department of OTTAWA Hospital found that 75% of the people who drink cannabis have potentially developed an emphysema with tobacco, and only 67% of tobacco smokers showed symptoms of disease. Only 5% of those who do not smoke were identified. In addition, paraceptal emphysema, a specific subtype of the disease affecting the outermost part of the lung, found that marijuana was more common among smokers than to smokers. The study reviewed the breast scans of 56 marijuana smoking in 33 in-tobacco cigarettes taken between 2005-2020. However, there were limitations for the small -scale work of 150 participants based on Canada. The researchers did not collect enough data on how the subjects consumed cannabis, how often smoked or how much they maintained. The method of cannabis users breathing the substance makes a difference: for example, the blunts contain tobacco in the winding. In the study, only smokers who drink tobacco smokers have been recorded at least one package-20 cigarette-tugets per day for the last 25 years. The researchers also did not explain the previous health conditions. “There is a public perception that cannabis is safe or safer than cigarettes. ” In the CNN report, Revah said in his CNN report that the only thing you need to enter your lungs is a fresh air, so if you breathe something, it may be potentially toxic for your lungs. American Lung Association Chief Medical Officer. Albert Rizzo told the USA to Today, “Another generation of lung disease about these behaviors,” he said. Researchers say that marijuana and tobacco are smoked differently, and marijuana smokers usually breathe deeper and longer, and tobacco is often smoking with rapid exhalation. It also has a filter that can capture certain harmful toxins in traditionally produced cigarettes. Due to the limitations, experts acknowledge that the study cannot fully compare the safety of cannabis and tobacco, but suggested that the findings should be done more as the use of the drug increases. E-cigarettes are also increasingly popular and should participate in future research.