So, here are a few things things we know about vaping so far: It can cause at least two types of pneumonia (chemical and lipoid, both fatal), it has caused fatal lung damage for at least one individual, and it has caused severe lung damage for at least 215 people, according to the CDC. ...
Vaping continues to be at the forefront of the public health dialogue—multiple people have been hospitalized as a result of severe lung damage from vaping, and e-cigarette use has also been linked to seizures among those who vape. Now, vaping is also being linked to a severe type of pneumonia. That’s what happened to Aubree...
Taking a drag from a sleek USB may feel cleaner than doing so from a tar-laden cigarette, but it turns out, e-cigarettes are also pretty damn dangerous. ...
Halsey's already role-model material: She's been open and honest about her , and just recently she hit the cover of Rolling Stone with her unshaven armpits on full display. Now, she's adding something else to that list: quitting smoking. ...
You know those little electronic cigarettes people are puffing on? Well, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration finally took the first step toward more regulation of the devices, which have boomed in popularity despite the lack of research about the health risks or any oversight of their contents. ...
Now that March is here, your weight loss resolutions may be long gone. IfÂ that's the case, don't sweat it: Diets usually don't work anyway, says neuroscientist Sandra Aamont, PhD. Aamont gave aÂ TED TalkÂ that went viral about the risks of our obsession with dieting, and now she's got a book coming out...
Fourteen people in Wisconsin and Illinois have been hospitalized over the past month result of vaping. Officials from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (WDHS) announced on Friday that 11 teenagers and young adults have been diagnosed with lung disease as the result of using e-cigarettes—up from the eight cases reported in July—and that there are another...
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