OHA confirms second vaping illness, cautions against using e-cigarettes


Oregon health officials confirmed a second respiratory illness related to vaping, and they are encouraging people to avoid e-cigarettes or quit.

“We don’t know yet which types of e-cigarettes or vaping devices are causing this serious illness, so the safest thing to do is not to vape at all,” said Oregon Health Authority spokeswoman Delia Hernandez.

One of the cases OHA is investigating was fatal, the other not. There have been at least six deaths linked to vaping-related illness reported…

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