Ali Mansoor, an Emirati vape enthusiast, poses while smoking an e-cigarette at a cafe in Dubai, United Arab Emirates August 22, 2019. "Be careful with what you put in your body". The FDA has been investigating Juul for months but had not previously warned the company. "We know that these products typically contain nicotine, which is highly addictive, and many cases report inhaling THC and other substances not available in commercial products". Others have been sickened by vaping a chemical containing THC and vitamin E acetate. He says in all of the cases, Vitamin E oil was present.
First Lady Melania Trump said she's concerned about children using e-cigarettes amid the nationwide probe into the vaping devices. Doctors say the illnesses resemble an inhalation injury, with the body apparently reacting to a caustic substance that someone breathed in.
Early symptoms include fatigue, nausea, vomiting, coughing and extreme shortness of breath. Investigators so far have found in some cases this involves vaping THC, the active chemical in cannabis.
Matthew Wellington is the End the Nicotine Trap Campaign Director for U.S. PIRG in Portland. Because of privacy concerns, she could not say exactly how many cases local health officials have seen or give any details specific to any V.I. patient, but the numbers appear to be low. He suggests the increase in youth vaping can be blamed on major commercial tobacco companies, many of which now own e-cigarette companies.
A mysterious illness is making hundreds of people sick in dozens of states.
While there are no confirmed cases in DE at this time, DPH is now investigating three possible cases among DE residents.
In recent weeks, at least three deaths and hundreds of cases of lung illnesses in the USA, believed to be linked to vaping, lead the state of MI to ban flavoured vaping products. However, the scariest factor is that officials still don't know what causes the illness.Читайте также: Pakistan blames India for Sri Lanka players opting out of tour
There are now 33 states with reported cases of severe respiratory illness from e-cigarettes.
Kimberly Cargile, CEO of A Therapeutic Alternative in Sacramento, California, said she also hasn't had to pull any products because she is confident the vape cartridges she sells are clean and don't contain any potentially toxic cutting agents. That number has likely increased along with the national trend - vaping skyrocketed among high schoolers by a staggering 78 percent a year ago, with one in five students using e-cigarettes.
"Anywhere in New York State, between 20-40% of people have used a vaping product in the last 30 days, so it's a significant portion of the population", said Erie County Health Commissioner Gale Burstein.
CDC in a release issued Friday recommended that individuals consider abstaining from e-cigarettes entirely.
"I tell people this is something that we can't just take away and say, 'You have to stop.' There needs to be a plan of action on how to stop and accountability", he said. There's evidence they can damage the lungs, and they're also a path to nicotine addiction.
The yet-to-be-named illness, an acute lipoid pneumonia, was found in numerous states and in a US territory.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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