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FDA Launches Investigation into Connection Between Vaping Causing Seizures

George deGeyter

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FDA Launches Investigation into Connection Between Vaping Causing Seizures

The Federal Drug Administration has launched investigations on 127 reports of seizures, tremors and fainting that have been linked to e-cigarettes.

These cases were reported between 2010 and 2019, and include both experienced and first-time cigarette users.

As of now though, the agency is yet to find out whether vaping can cause seizures.

Earlier this year, the LA County Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance that extended the current smoking prohibition on county property to include marijuana and e-cigarettes. This also expanded the areas where smoking is prohibited.

The new ordinance banned pot smoking and vaping in and around public beaches, public parks, and county buildings among other places.

George deGeyter is a professional Canadian writer with over a decade of experience getting his start in 2007 while obtaining his bachelor’s degree in accounting and humanities. Boasting a personal library of hundreds of books on a wide range of topics, George loves to write on a vast array of topics including health, technology, pets, beauty, gardening, business careers and has added CBD and hemp to his repertoire here at COR.

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