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The CDC and other health partners are investigating a multi-state outbreak of lung injury associated with use of e-cigarette, or vaping, products.  Additional information at www.cdc.gov/lunginjury.

The Vermont Department of Health is coordinating the statewide response to this public health emergency and has has issued a public health message, “Until we know more about the cause of these injuries, do not vape, dab or use e-cigarette products, particularly those containing THC.”  Find more local information at www.healthvermont.gov/vapinginjury.

Healthy Lamoille Valley is urging youth and young adults to stay safe and avoid using vape, dab, and other e-cigarette devices.

If you do use e-cigarette products and you experience symptoms like those reported in this outbreak, seek medical care right away.
   

The CDC and FDA encourage the public to submit detailed reports of any unexpected health or product issues related to tobacco or e-cigarette products to the FDA through the Safety Reporting Portal.

If you are currently using e-cigarettes and need help quitting nicotine, visit 802Quits.org.
   

If you want to stop using marijuana and need help, call 2-1-1 or go to healthvermont.gov/find-treatment to find treatment options near you.