Juul, pictured above, is a popular brand of electronic cigarette. (The Enterprise/Yadira Lopez)
VALE – Following the death of a second Oregonian linked to electronic cigarette use and vaping, the Oregon Health Authority is urging people to immediately stop all vaping.
The warning includes both licensed and unlicensed products that include THC as well as nicotine, according to Dean Sidelinger, a state health officer.
State officials as of Friday had confirmed five cases of vaping-related lung injuries. The second individual to die was an adult who reported vaping cannabis products . . .