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Health & Fit Texas records 1st death linked to e-cigarette use

17:35  10 october  2019
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The first death from lung illness linked to vaping in the United States was reported in Illinois in At least one vape product containing this chemical has been linked to each person who fell ill and "No one should use e - cigarettes or any other tobacco product. This message is even more urgent today

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DALLAS (AP) — Health officials in Texas say the state has recorded its first death associated with vaping-related lung illnesses.

  Texas records 1st death linked to e-cigarette use © HAZEMMKAMAL/Getty Images

The Texas Department of State Health Services confirmed Wednesday that an older woman in north Texas died last week from a lung disease associated with using electronic cigarettes. The agency says the state has also identified 95 confirmed or probable cases of lung illnesses linked to vaping.

The agency says those illnesses affect patients as young as 13, with a median age of 22. The department also says that among the illnesses, nearly 90% of patients reported vaping marijuana or THC, the high-producing ingredient in marijuana.

Kansas sees first vaping-related lung illness death: 'It is time to stop vaping'

Kansas sees first vaping-related lung illness death: 'It is time to stop vaping' Kansas health officials on Tuesday confirmed the state’s first vaping-linked death in the state. © Provided by Fox News Network LLCThe patient, who was not identified, was over the age of 50 and had a “history of underlying health issues and was hospitalized with symptoms that progressed rapidly.” Though health departments in other states — namely New York — have linked some of the illnesses to Vitamin E acetate found in marijuana vaping devices, the Kansas Department of Health “does not have detailed information on what types of products were used by the deceased,” officials said in a news release.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 1,000 confirmed or probable vaping illnesses have been reported nationwide as of last week.

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New York identifies first vaping-related death as Bronx teen .
Gov. Cuomo said the victim was a 17-year-old from the Bronx.

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