CDC warns consumers to stop smoking e-cigarettes after lung illnesses rise – CBS This Morning

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CDC warns consumers to stop smoking e-cigarettes after lung illnesses rise – CBS This Morning











Published on Sep 7, 2019

The Centers for Disease Control is warning people to stop using e-cigarettes, after the number of possible cases of vaping-related lung illnesses has more than doubled in a month. Currently, there are more than 450 possible cases in 33 states, and health officials say at least five deaths are likely linked to vaping. Dr. Jon LaPook joins “CBS This Morning Saturday” to discuss the cases.

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