The CDC recommends that people who use e-cigarette products should not buy these products "off the street" and should not modify e-cigarette products or add any substances that are not intended by the manufacturer.
A growing number of health and regulatory authorities in recent days have urged consumers to stop vaping until it is clear what the root cause is. As that work continues, I urge Kansans to be careful.
Many admitted to the hospital for these lung illnesses are facing symptoms such as a cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, fever and weight loss.
The Bureau of Tobacco Free Florida told The News Service of Florida on Monday that state health officials have "received several potential reports of illness" and that the Department of Health and the Florida Poison Information Center Network are working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on investigating a multistate outbreak of severe pulmonary disease.
Public health officials say Idaho has two confirmed cases of serious respiratory disease among people who vape.
USA public health officials are investigating 450 cases of vaping-related lung illness across 33 states and one US territory.
The department said five patients in other states who used e-cigarettes or vaping products have died from their diseases.
"E-cigarette use is harmful, and in partnership with the Health Department, we are educating students and families about its risks", said schools Chancellor Richard Carranza in a statement. "Don't put yourself in harm's way, and please follow the recommendations of public health officials".
If you are encountering any of these indicators and are concerned immediately after utilizing e-cigarette products and solutions, get hold of your regional health care supplier or the local poison regulate centre at one-800-222-1222.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown recently announced new stores that sell e-cigarettes will not be allowed to open in Buffalo for the next six months. Dr.
Health Canada said the use of vitamins, as well as colouring and sweetening agents, are prohibited from use in cannabis vaping products, which will be available for sale in mid-December at the earliest.
Meanwhile, people who are trying to quit smoking cigarettes, they should use alternative treatments, the CDC noted.
In a media briefing on Friday, Dana Meaney-Delman, MD, incident manager for CDC 2019 lung injury response, also touched on the fact that e-cigarettes-especially those purchased from black market or other unregulated sources-can include a variety of chemicals, solvents, and additives, such as illegal THC e-liquids.