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CDC says stop vaping while they investigate

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CDC says stop vaping while they investigate

CDC says stop vaping while they investigate

The government push against e-cigarettes has intensified.

There are now six confirmed deaths related to e-cigarettes and approximately 483 cases of lung illness.

The Centers for Disease Control now recommending the public not use e-cigarette products.

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