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CDC Releases New Vaping Numbers
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October 11, 2019
According to the CDC, 26 people have died and there have been over 1,000 vaping-related illnesses reported in the U.S. Dr. Dyan Hes joined us to break down these numbers.
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Nov 11, 2019
CDC Names Possible Cause for Vaping-Related Illnesses
The CDC says it has made a breakthrough in finding a possible cause of the deadly illnesses we have seen related to vaping. Dr. Vin Gupta with the University of Washington joined us to discuss.
Nov 8, 2019
Juul Halts Sale of Popular Mint-Flavored Pod Amid Vaping Crisis Scrutiny
Nathan Bomey, business reporter at USA Today, breaks down Juul's decision to stop selling its mint-flavored pods.
Nov 8, 2019
Cheddar Exclusive: YouGov Study Shows 80% of Americans Feel Vaping is Dangerous
The Center for Disease Control announced a possible breakthrough in determining the cause of the vaping epidemic. According to the CDC, Vitamin E Acetate was found in all 29 samples of lung tissue from patients who were tested. This follows a report that at least 39 Americans have died from vaping-related illnesses. More than 2,000 Americans have been diagnosed with vaping-related lung injuries. Prior to the announcement, YouGov conducted an exclusive poll for Cheddar finding a vast majority of Americans consider vaping dangerous. Sentiment on who's responsible and what should be done, however, is very divided. Andrew Greiner, Executive Editor at YouGov North America. joined Cheddar to discuss.