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US to ban flavored vaping products amid lung disease surge

SBS Thursday, 12 September 2019
The White House has promised to ban flavoured e-cigarette products, after symptoms of lung disease were reported in hundreds of people who had recently used them.
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Lung Illness Cases Possibly Related to Vaping Have Increased, Says CDC. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of cases has reached 450 people across 33 states. That number has doubled since last month, when only 215 vaping-related cases were found. According to...

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