Adults with type 1 diabetes who use cannabis products are more than twice as likely to develop diabetic ketoacidosis as those who do not use cannabis products, according to findings published in Diabetes Care.
“Cannabis is a known addictive substance, and this potentially problematic aspect of cannabis use should be assessed in patients with type 1 diabetes,” Gregory L. Kinney, MPH, PhD, an assistant professor at the Colorado School of Public Health of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, and colleagues wrote. “Providers should discuss with their
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