The more federal authorities investigate dangers associated with vaping, the more we discover how much we do not know about the dangers of this suddenly popular habit.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently revealed that its investigation into the serious lung conditions related to vaping that began emerging last year have been largely traced to E acetate, a chemical compound found in THC vaping products.

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