U.S. Army Is Treating Two Soldiers for Vaping-Related Lung Illness – The Wall Street Journal

The U.S. Army is treating two active-duty soldiers in its medical facilities for vaping-related lung illness, officials said days after most of the military banned e-cigarette sales at base exchanges.

The Army is the first branch of the U.S. military to report cases of an ailment that has been linked to at least 23 deaths in the U.S., according to federal and state officials.


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