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by Ernest L. Abel

ePub Marihuana Tobacco Alcohol  Reproduction download
Ernest L. Abel
CRC Press; 1 edition (October 18, 1983)
Medicine & Health Sciences
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Marihuana Tobacco Alcohol & Reproduction book.

Marihuana Tobacco Alcohol & Reproduction book.

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Marihuana Tobacco Alcohol & Reproduction.

Cannabis as illustrated in Köhler's Book of Medicinal Plants, 1897. These putative effects can be taken in context of a wide range of cardiovascular phenomena regulated by the endocannabinoid system and an overall role of cannabis in causing decreased peripheral resistance and increased cardiac output, which potentially could pose a.

The rate of increase in publications dealing with pregnancy and three types of drugs-alcohol, tobacco and narcotics-was compared for the years 1973-1983 using Medline as literature source. The absolute number of publications for each of the three drug types per year was obtained and was used to calculate the percentage of articles for that type alcohol and pregnancy increased faster than the comparable absolute rates for the other two.

April 9, 2015 History. Marihuana, tobacco, alcohol, and reproduction. Are you sure you want to remove Marihuana, tobacco, alcohol, and reproduction from your list? Marihuana, tobacco, alcohol, and reproduction. Published 1983 by CRC Press in Boca Raton, Fla.

Abel, E. L. Gibson, G. Baghurst, P. & Colley, D. P. Maternal alcohol, tobacco and cannabis consumption and the outcome of pregnancy. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 1983. Abel, E. Effects of Δ9-THC on pregnancy and offspring in rats. Neurobehavioral Toxicology and Teratology, 1984, 6, 29–32. PubMedGoogle Scholar. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1983, 23, 15–19. Golub, M. Sassenrath, E. & Chapman, L. F. Regulation of visual attention in offspring of female monkeys treated chronically with Δol.

Read "Marihuana The First Twelve Thousand Years" by . Of all the plants men have ever grown, none has been praised and denounced as often as marihuana (Cannabis sativa).

Marijuana and alcohol have long been portrayed as relatively similar vices with a variety of risks and a few benefits. Unlike alcohol, which slows your heart rate, marijuana speeds it up, which could negatively affect the heart in the short term. Still, the largest-ever report on cannabis from the National Academies of Sciences, released in January, found insufficient evidence to support or refute the idea that cannabis may increase the overall risk of a heart attack.

This book deals with the effects of three substances-marihuana, tobacco, and alcohol-on sex and reproduction in humans and animals.