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Health & FitTrump to Hold Meeting on Vaping After Reports of U.S. Illness

20:00  11 september  2019
20:00  11 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

Illinois patient’s death may be first in U.S. from vaping

Illinois patient’s death may be first in U.S. from vaping Illinois health officials said Friday that a patient who contracted a serious lung disease after vaping has died.

A customer holds a bottle of flavored vape juice while exhaling vapor from an electronic cigarette at the NXNW Vapor store in Sacramento, California. At least three people have died from a mysterious lung illness doctors believe may be caused by vaping — a rising public health worry that has U . S . and

The lawmakers are preparing to vote on whether to hold a snap general election, with Mr. Johnson likely to More than 400 cases of vaping -related lung illnesses have been reported , and the ailments may be tied His mother’ s illness and a trip he made to study the Canadian system help explain why.

(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump will convene a meeting Wednesday on vaping, according to a person familiar with the matter, after reports of hundreds of U.S. cases of a mysterious illness that’s sickened and killed people who have used e-cigarette devices.

Trump to Hold Meeting on Vaping After Reports of U.S. Illness© AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley

The person asked not to be identified because the meeting does not appear on Trump’s public schedule for the day. A White House spokesman declined to comment.

More than 450 cases of the respiratory condition were reported as of Sept. 6, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The severity of the cases vary, but six people have died.

Virginia sees 3 vaping-related illness cases, health officials say

Virginia sees 3 vaping-related illness cases, health officials say At least three people in Virginia have suffered lung illness related to vaping, state health officials announced Monday. © Martina Paraninfi/Getty Images Officials with the Virginia Department of Health have confirmed the three cases and noted other potential cases are under investigation. All patients reported vaping “in the weeks to months” before they were sickened, officials said. “Symptoms of this illness have included gradual onset of cough, shortness of breath, or fatigue, that gets worse over a period of days or weeks until the patient has to be admitted to the hospital for treatment.

The American Medical Association called vaping “an urgent public health epidemic,” citing increasing reports of e-cigarette-associated lung illnesses across the The most recent death, tied to a severe lung illness believed to be related to vaping , was announced on Tuesday, in Kansas.

"He is prepared to meet with no preconditions," Pompeo Trump ' s abrupt firing of his national security adviser, John Bolton, indicates that the pressure strategy is failing, an adviser to Rouhani wrote in a tweet on Tuesday. But the White House has held firm on not conducting talks with preset conditions.

Fox Business Network reported earlier that Trump was planning a meeting on vaping and the recent reports of illness.

Around the country, doctors have now seen hundreds of cases where patients — often youthful, previously healthy adults — have shown up in the emergency room, suddenly stricken with dangerous respiratory damage.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said anyone who uses a vape device should consider stopping while public health officials investigate the cause of the condition. The CDC said on Friday that the lung-injury cases were appearing most often in people who used vaping products containing THC, the key psychoactive ingredient in cannabis.

State health officials in New York have pointed to vitamin E acetate as a likely culprit. While thought to be harmless when used as a nutritional supplement, it could carry risks when inhaled and has been found in some products, said New York health officials.

CDC, FDA report 215 cases of respiratory illness possibly tied to vaping

CDC, FDA report 215 cases of respiratory illness possibly tied to vaping "More information is needed to determine what is causing the respiratory illnesses," the CDC and FDA said.

The state has had six reports of illness possibly associated with the national lung disease outbreak, including three which they believe to be confirmed Meanwhile, Michael Bloomberg slammed the FDA for contributing to the epidemic of teen vaping in the U . S . The billionaire philanthropist announced

Trump during his meeting with the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in June amid the U . S President Trump says” concerning trade negotiations, Xi told Abe during a meeting on the fringe of While the United States and China are planning to hold ministerial- level trade talks in October in

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