Two are hospitalized with vaping-related lung injuries in Stanislaus County

Two are hospitalized with vaping-related lung injuries in Stanislaus County

Two are hospitalized with vaping-related lung injuries in Stanislaus County

The local injuries occurred as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food & Drug Administration investigate more than 200 cases of lung illness tied to vaping in numerous states. Additional pulmonary illnesses are also under investigation by the CDC and the FDA.

Between Thursday and Tuesday, 298 patients across 25 states, including OH, were hospitalized with severe pulmonary illness after vaping tobacco products or dabbing marijuana oils, extracts or concentrates, SCPH said in a news release.

According to a release by NDHHS, healthcare providers are being asked to consider vaping-related illness in a patient presenting with respiratory symptoms and a history of vaping. "We have no long-term data to see what the effects are going to be for people".

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Burch explained he smoked cigarettes for 30 years and used vaping to kick the habit, he does not agree with the warning.

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