8 teens hospitalized as vaping continues to pose dangers

Doctors in Milwaukee said that the teens had all been hospitalized for lung damage in the last month and that vaping e-cigarettes was the likely cause.
0:27 | 07/25/19

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Doctors in Milwaukee held a news conference today saying eight teams have been hospitalized in just a month. And tasty baking is the reason why doctors reporting today all eight patients. They're in mill walking suffered lung damage and they're warning parents about the possible dangers of at the same time today James months he's the co-founder of Jules nicotine vapor and popular with teenagers now worth billions. He was grilled by congress and he said they never intended the product. To be used by miners.

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