1. Medical scans show the damage vaping could do to your body, including blisters and lung collapse  Business Insider
  2. Grand Strand Medical Center treats patient with vaping-related lung illness  WMBF
  3. EXCLUSIVE: First case of vape related lung injury reported at Grand Strand  WBTW
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More than 450 cases of lung injuries, and six deaths, have been linked to vaping. Experts don't know why the devices appear to be so dangerous.More than 450 cases of lung injuries, and six deaths, have been linked to vaping. Experts don't know why the devices appear to be so dangerous.

Photos show vaping lung damage like blisters and lung collapse - Business Insider

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is advising people to stop vaping.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is advising people to stop vaping.

Grand Strand Medical Center treats patient with vaping-related lung illness

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – The Grand Strand Medical Center has reported its first case of vape related lung injury to the state on Tuesday. A woman in her 30s entered the emergency room with damage to her lungs and reported symptoms of nausea, diarrhea, and coughing. She recently had been treated with antibiotics, but […]MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – The Grand Strand Medical Center has reported its first case of vape related lung injury to the state on Tuesday. A woman in her 30s entered the emergency room with damage …

EXCLUSIVE: First case of vape related lung injury reported at Grand Strand | WBTW

A person has died from what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention speculate is a vaping-related condition. Nearly 200 other cases of varying severeness have been reported nationwide, described by the CDC as "severe unexplained respiratory symptoms after reported vaping or e-cigarette use."A person has died from what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention speculate is a vaping-related condition. Nearly 200 other cases of varying severeness have been reported nationwide, described by the CDC as "severe unexplained respiratory symptoms after reported vaping or e-cigarette use."

Vape lung has claimed its first victim, and the CDC is investigating – TechCrunch

E-cigarettes do not produce the tar or toxic gases found in cigarette smoke, but that does not make them a healthy choice.E-cigarettes do not produce the tar or toxic gases found in cigarette smoke, but that does not make them a healthy choice.

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