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Pennsylvania reports vaping death, investigating injuries

Posted by Matthew Marin | Oct 05, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Pennsylvania Health Department says one person in the state has died from lung injuries associated with vaping and it's investigating dozens of other suspected or confirmed cases.

The state's health secretary, Dr. Rachel Levine, announced the death Friday and said Pennsylvania has also reported nine confirmed cases to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For more information and to read the entire article, follow the link HERE.

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CDC Information On Electronic Cigarettes and Vaping

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Most E-Cigarettes contain nicotine, which has known health effects.
- Nicotine is highly addictive
- Nicotine is toxic to developing fetuses
- Nicotine can harm adolescent brain development which continues into the early to mid-20's
- Nicotine is a health danger for pregnant women and their developing babies
- E-Cigarette Aerosol can contain substances that can harm the body, including cancer causing chemicals and tiny particles that reach deep into the lungs