This Is Why You Need To Stop Vaping Right Now

09/10/2019 09:40 | 7

This Is Why You Need To Stop Vaping Right Now

So far, there have been 5 deaths documented and 450 possible situations of lung illness across 33 states, according to the Center for Condition Handle and Avoidance. On the minimum, two persons with the illness that the doctors could not even guess have died - one of them in IL while the other one in Oregon.

E-cigarettes are a popular substitute for smoking products.

E-cigarette companies operate with a Wild West mentality. THC is the high-inducing component of marijuana.

Hammond says health warnings on vaping products should be mandatory, and believes Health Canada should force manufacturers to list vape juice ingredients.

In this Tuesday, April 10, 2018 photo, vaping devices that were confiscated from students in such places as restrooms or hallways at the school in Marshfield, Mass.

Anyone who vapes and starts to experience symptoms, which include shortness of breath, severe coughing, chest pain and even fever, nausea, or vomiting, should seek immediate medical care-especially if they've experienced chest pain while vaping in recent weeks. Some have been sick to the stomach, felt very exhausted, suffered weight loss or developed high body temperatures.

"We need to determine if these cells are specific for the illness or whether they are also seen in vaping patients who are not ill and don't have symptoms", says Aberegg.

Cuomo's warning, and a separate state Health Department warning issued on Saturday, follow reports of a pattern of serious lung illnesses among users of THC and nicotine vaping products in ny state and around the country.

The retailers said that's because they already were selling only vape cartridges they know are pure and uncut, and therefore safe for consumers to use. This research looked at six cases in Utah and found all patients displayed a unique kind of immune cell collecting in their lungs. Nor does vitamin E appear to have been found in any of the legal nicotine-based e-cigarettes taken from patients. But when vitamin E is heated and inhaled, it can do harm.

Howard launched his vaping operation in 2010, after his personal use of e-cigarettes helped him kick his 20-year smoking habit. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns the public not to use e-cigarettes due to the potential damage to the lungs.

Doctor David Christiani is with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in MA. He says it was the result of three years of vaping.

Though "the investigation is still underway", the ministry "emphasizes that cannabis oil is intended for consumption only via drops under the tongue, and is prohibited for use in a steaming device".

The tweet ended with a mention of the Department of Health and Human Services, and quickly gained thousands of likes and retweets.

South Dakota now has two confirmed cases of vaping-related illness, according to the state epidemiologist.

With the latest increase, the CDC's Dana Meaney-Delman told reporters, "We're all wondering if this is new or just newly recognized".

US health officials have been tracking the illness throughout the nation for several weeks.

According to the 2017 Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey, 15 percent of high schoolers in Maine reported using an e-cigarette in the previous 30 days.

She added, "This is too important".

The current thinking is that certain chemicals are to blame, with the US Food and drug Administration finding multiple patients had used the same vitamin E-derived oil in marijuana products. The FDA accused the company of illegally marketing its products as being "safer than cigarettes" without the agency's approval.

A JUUL spokesman said the company is studying the FDA's comments and "will fully cooperate".

Hai Do wrote this story for Learning English with information from the CDC, FDA, the New England Journal of Medicine and the Associated Press.


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