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CDC suggests avoiding e-cigarettes as the 'vape lung' investigation continues

Raymond Wong

It's probably a good idea to stop vaping.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is urging people to "consider not using e-cigarette products" as it investigates whether vaping is linked to lung illnesses that led to the deaths of several people in recent weeks.

According to the CDC's latest report, its early findings suggest "serious illnesses associated with e-cigarette products point to clinical similarities among those affected."

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The CDC said it's ruled out infectious disease as the cause of the lung illness-related deaths. The agency now believes chemical exposure from e-cigarettes are likely the cause of the deaths. Read more...

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