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Health Headlines - 10/10/19

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Health Headlines - 10/10/19

Health Headlines - 10/10/19

In today's health headlines we talk about vaping and how some school districts are suing JUUL labs because they targeted kids in their marketing.

First Lady Trump also spoke out about the dangers of vaping this week.

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Health Headlines - 10/10/19

STUDENTS AROUND THE COUNTRY...ARE COMING TOGETHER TOEXTINGUISH THE VAPING EPIDEMIC.MANY STATES HAVE JOINED MICHIGANWITH BANS ON FLAVORED VAPINGPRODUCTS...AND NOW MULTIPLE SCHOOLDISTRICTS ARE FILING LAWSUITSAGAINST JUUL LABS.FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT AISHAHHASNIE HAS MORE ON THENATIONWIDE EFFORTS TO COMBATTHIS HEALTH CRISIS.THE CRACKDOWN ON THE VAPINGHEALTH CRISIS ISFIRING UP.WASHINGTON IS THE LATEST STATETO ISSUE ATEMPORARY BAN ON FLAVORED VAPINGPRODUCTS.AT A HEARING WEDNESDAY, HEALTHOFFICIALSUNANIMOUSLY VOTED TO PASS THEEMERGENCY RULE.HOWEVER, NOT EVERYONE WAS ONBOARD.VAPE STORE OWNERS AGAINST THEBAN SAID ITWILL SEND SMOKERS BACK TO THEPACK.MOS SAYS: "THE SCARIEST PARTABOUT THIS IS THAT HUNDREDS ANDHUNDREDS OF CUSTOMERS THAT HAVETOLD ME THEY WILL GO BACK TOCIGARETTES."MEANWHILE, JUUL LABS IS BEINGBLAMED FOR FUELINGTHE EPIDEMIC.THREE SCHOOL DISTRICTS ACROSSTHE COUNTRY ARENOW SUING THE NATION'S LARGESTE-CIGARETTE MAKER...ACCUSING THE COMPANY OFINTENTIONALLY MARKETINGITS PRODUCTS TO TEENAGERS.ORMSBY SAYS: "THEY ACTUALLY TOOKA PAGE OUT THE OLD TOBACCO'SPLAY BOOK AND DETERMINED THAT IFTHEY HOOKED KIDS ON NICOTINEYOUNG THEY WOULD HAVE CUSTOMERSFOR LIFE."LAWSUITS AREN'T THE ONLY THINGSKNOCKING ON JUUL'SDOOR.AT A RALLY WEDNESDAY, DOZENS OFPROTESTERSSWARMING OUTSIDE THE COMPANY'SOFFICES IN WASHINGTON, D.C.YOUNG ACTIVISTS CALLING ON THEIRPEERS TO STOPVAPING IMMEDIATELY.BARECCHIA SAYS: "I NEVERREALIZED HOW ADDICTIVE IT WASUNTILIT WAS ALMOST TOO LATE."SO FAR... MORE THAN 1-THOUSANDCASES OFVAPING-RELATED LUNG ILLNESSESHAVE BEEN REPORTED... WITH ATLEAST 18 DEATHS CONFIRMED.OF THOSE CASES, ABOUT 80 PERCENTARE PATIENTSUNDER 35 YEARS OLD... THAT'SACCORDING TO THE CENTERS FORDISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION.I'M AISHAH HASNIE, FOX NEWS.FIRST LADY MELANIA TRUMP ALSOTACKLED THE TOPIC TODAY --DISCUSSING THEDANGERS OF E-CIGARETTES WITH AGROUP OF STUDENTS.THE FIRST LADY ALSO ASKEDTHEM... HOW KIDS THEIR AGE AREABLE TO GET THE PRODUCTS...AND IF THEY HAVE THE SUPPORTTHEY NEED TO BREAK THEIR HABITS.



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