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Read moreThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning people to stop using e-cigarettes and other vaping devices.
The CDC said in a statement that e-cigarette use was linked to respiratory illnesses, including acute bronchitis, COPD, and emphysema.
The U and Canada have also been testing e-cigs to see if they can help people quit smoking.
Canada and the U.K. have said that they are testing e Cigarettes as a tool to help people who are struggling to quit smoking, but the U, in its statement, said it’s not ready to announce any results.
It also said e-cig use is still an “extremely dangerous” activity.
The CDC has also warned people to stay away from vaporizing.
Vaporizers use liquid nicotine to produce a vapor that is inhaled through a mouthpiece or inhaler.
If the vapor does not meet CDC standards, it could be inhaled by a person.