• E-cigarettes have killed 42 people in the US, CDC says

    29 days ago - By Daily Mail

    Vaping-related illnesses have now struck 2,172 Americans and killed 42, with illnesses in every state but Alaska and deaths in nearly half of US states, the CDC reported on Thursday.
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  • Fewer Americans Than Ever Are Smoking. Will Vaping Take Its Place?

    Fewer Americans Than Ever Are Smoking. Will Vaping Take Its Place?

    29 days ago - By Time

    Tobacco use in the U.S. is changing , according to new data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The number of American adults who smoke fell to a new low in 2018, while e-cigarette use continued to climb.
    About a fifth of American adults used some type of tobacco product in 2018, according to the data. Cigarettes were the most popular, used by 13.7% of adults. That's a small decrease from 14% the year before, and another record low for the U.S., which has seen a two-thirds decline in smoking since 1965. Meanwhile, e-cigarette use rose from 2.8% of U.S. adults in 2017...
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  • E-cigarette use increased by 14% last year as cigarette smoking fell to an all-time low

    E-cigarette use increased by 14% last year as cigarette smoking fell to an all-time low

    29 days ago - By Daily Mail

    E-cigarette use among adults in the US increased from 2.8% in 2017 to 3.2% in 2018 as smoking fell to 13.7% in 2018 from 14% in 2017, the second year in a row for a record-low, the CDC revealed.
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