Alabama investigates 5 cases of lung disease tied to vaping

New York officials warn people to stop vaping amid rising illnesses

New York officials warn people to stop vaping amid rising illnesses

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 450 potential or confirmed cases of severe lung injury have been reported, including at least 6 deaths, in 33 states and one US territory. At least five people have died in California, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, and OR as a result of the infections. The CDC and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are now in an ongoing investigation to identify a more definitive cause.

Meanwhile, On Sept. 9, the FDA warned popular e-cigarette maker Juul to stop marketing their product as much safer than other nicotine/tobacco products without evidence to back up the claim.

Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Action, a physician, called youth vaping a public health crisis.

"Everyone should be aware of the risk for severe lung disease and avoid using e-cigarettes and vaping at this time until the cause of this outbreak is known", Dr. Jeff Duchin, health officer for Public Health - Seattle & King County, said in a statement.

According to the health expert, the use of e-cigarette among youth was a significant public health concern and steps must be taken by parents, educators and especially policymakers to discourage the use of e-cigarettes. But during the weekend he urged citizens of NY to stop using the product altogether for their safety until reason for the illnesses and deaths are determined clearly.

Who is at risk?

Kansas health officials don't have detailed information on what types of products were used by the person who died.

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What are the symptoms? . Other symptoms may include fever, fatigue, nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea. "But that's why I still think there's further investigation to see exactly what's going on with this".

While most patients have been in their 20s and 30s, the Kansas woman was in her 50s with a history of health problems, NBC News reported Tuesday.

How should I prevent the illness? . He said the industry has had its ups and downs, but nothing quite like this summer, which has brought with a barrage of headlines about potential illnesses and deaths potentially linked to the products. Adults who do not now use tobacco products should not begin using e-cigarettes.

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Letter to OH school districts encouraging them to prohibit the use of vaping products in school policies, and to warn school administrators, teachers, parents and students about the dangers of vaping and where to get free help to quit. Many patients received oxygen.

What's the bottom line? . The agency said it's providing information from the ongoing federal and state investigation so consumers can protect themselves.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating the cause of the outbreak and has urged people to stop vaping until researchers can identify the specific source.

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