U.S. public health officials had a strong warning for those who use vaporizers and e-cigarettes Friday afternoon: You should probably stop vaping.
The suggestion came shortly after a third vaping-related death due to sudden, serious lung disease was reported in Indiana. That followed a death in Illinois and another in Oregon, where a man who bought a marijuana vaporizer from a legal dispensary died of lung disease. A possible fourth U.S. death is being investigated.
The disease striking people who vape has been tied, in many cases, to products that contain THC, the main active ingredient in marijuana, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.
In Florida, however, doctors and medical marijuana treatment centers say there is little cause for