Heart failure linked to illicit meth use is rising


Heart failure linked to illicit use of methamphetamine is on the rise worldwide across racial, ethnic and socioeconomic lines, and the disease is more severe for meth users than non-users, a new study says. (UPI Latest News) More More

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