As of November 7, 2019, there were 39 confirmed deaths and 2,051 cases of lung illness associated with e-cigarette use reported by 49 states, the District of Columbia and one U.S. territory. The investigation is still ongoing.
What’s the DoD and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention saying? Basically – while the investigations are ongoing, you should consider not using e-cigarette or vaping products, particularly those containing THC.
Here’s what you need to look out for:
If you use e-cigarette products like JUUL and want to quit but don’t know how to, we’ve got you covered. Check out these resources specifically to help you quit e-cigarettes. Still not convinced about all this? Find out more about other negative effects of e-cigarettes. It might just be the push you need to cut ties with e-cigarettes after all.