Medical scans show the damage vaping could do to your body, including blisters and lung collapse

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have reported 450 cases of possible vaping-related lung illnesses. Six people have died, but experts still can’t explain what’s happening. Symptoms of vaping-related lung illness include shortness of breath, fever, nausea, gastrointestinal issues, and weight loss. The symptoms can appear days or weeks after vaping as well as in people who have vaped for years.  These images show some of the lung damage linked to vaping, including collapsed lungs, and what medical professionals know about what may be causing it.  Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more.

The number of possible vaping-related illnesses continues

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