Vaping E-cigarette can give birth to serious lung illness: Study

Health Authority has warned people not to use vaping products like Vaping pen Hukkah, e-cigarette that can cause mysterious Lung infection. Recently CDC has shared a report indicating 3 people died and over 450 people have fallen ill after using these devices.

California: According to the study of The Center of Disease Control(CDC) using of E-cigarette can give birth to serious lung illness.

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Health Authority has warned people not to use vaping products like Vaping pen Hukkah, e-cigarette that can cause mysterious Lung infection. Recently CDC has shared a report indicating 3 people died and over 450 people have fallen ill after using these devices.

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Symptoms disclosed are shortness of breath, fatigue, fever, nausea, vomiting. New York health officials announced on Thursday that “They are investigating a potential link between vitamin E oil in e-cigarette liquid and 34 cases of lung illness. There is clearly an epidemic that begs for an urgent response,” wrote Dr. David Christiani of the Harvard School of Public Health in a Friday editorial for The New England Journal of Medicine. In his editorial, Christiani said e-cigarette liquids have been identified that contain at least six groups of toxic chemicals, and their interaction may cause new toxins in users.

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The Food & Drug Administration (FDA) is already investigating 127 reports of seizures possibly linked to vaping. Although scientists are still unsure of vaping’s long-term health impact, most believe that e-cigarettes are a less dangerous nicotine source than tobacco cigarettes but since these reports say a different story about e-cigarette, The CDC recommends that all nonsmokers stay away from vaping. E-cigarettes were a $2.3 billion business in 2018, and manufacturers are seeking FDA approval to continue selling their products.

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