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Experts Say Oils In Vape Liquids May Be Leading To Awful Lung Illnesses

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Experts Say Oils In Vape Liquids May Be Leading To Awful Lung Illnesses

Experts Say Oils In Vape Liquids May Be Leading To Awful Lung Illnesses

Vape juice has been tied to a mysterious crop of hundreds of lung illnesses across the US.

Business Insider reports multiple people have been hospitalized.

Some have gone into medically-induced comas.

At least one person in Illinois died after vaping, and another death is now under investigation in Oregon.

Lung and e-cigarette experts say that part of the problem may be that oil from vape juices is getting into people's lungs.

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