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  • CDC, state health officials investigating link between vaping and severe lung disease - At least 15 states have identified more than 120 cases of lung disease or injury that could be linked to vaping, a CNN survey of state health departments has found.
  • E-cigarettes change blood vessels after just one use, study says - A new study is the latest to show changes in cardiovascular function after vaping e-liquids, though in this case, those liquids didn't even contain nicotine.
  • FDA investigating 127 reports of seizures, neurological symptoms related to vaping - The US Food and Drug Administration has received 127 reports of seizures or other neurological symptoms possibly related to e-cigarettes, the agency announced Wednesday. Investigators have yet to determine, however, whether vaping was directly linked to the cases.
  • A man's false teeth got stuck in his throat during a surgery. It was eight days before anyone noticed. - A 72-year-old's false teeth got stuck in his throat during surgery and weren't discovered for eight days, doctors have said.
  • Vaping linked to marijuana use in young people, research says - Young people who vape are more likely to use marijuana, according to a study published Monday. The findings, researchers say, support the theory that nicotine rewires the developing brain, changing how people respond to and crave addictive substances.
  • Deadly Legionnaires' outbreak at Atlanta hotel is the largest on record in Georgia - An outbreak of Legionnaires' disease tied to a prominent Atlanta hotel is the largest recorded Legionella outbreak in Georgia, a public health official told CNN on Sunday.
  • Philadelphia Eagles open sensory room for fans with autism - The "no reentry" rule that's applied at most major venues can make a family coping with sensory needs think twice about whether they go to an event like a professional football game.
  • What we aren't eating is killing us, global study finds - Which risk factor is responsible for more deaths around the world than any other? Not smoking. Not even high blood pressure. It's a poor diet.
  • Majority of sunscreens would flunk proposed FDA safety tests, report to say - Nearly two-thirds of all sunscreens evaluated by the Environmental Working Group would not pass safety tests proposed by the US Food and Drug Administration, the consumer advocacy group will announce next week.
  • Her son died. And then anti-vaxers attacked her - Not long ago, a 4-year-old boy died of the flu. His mother, under doctor's orders, watched his two little brothers like a hawk, terrified they might get sick and die, too.
  • Raising an intersex child: 'This is your body. ... There's nothing to be ashamed of' - When Stephani Lohman got her first look at her newborn in the delivery room, she playfully hit her husband, Eric, on the arm. She made a flustered comment about how ultrasounds could get the sex of the child wrong.
  • Surprising factors that may keep you thin - Have you ever wondered why some people seem to stay trim effortlessly, while the majority of Americans struggle with their weight?
  • 'Best diets' ranking puts keto last, DASH first - If you're a fan of the "fat-burning" keto diet, you'll be fired up about its ranking in the 2018 list of best diets from US News and World Report: It's tied for last, along with the relatively unknown Dukan diet.
  • Can you improve your emotional intelligence? - You might think you're fairly intelligent, but are you emotionally intelligent?
  • 6 common mistakes new runners make - Running is a great way to get in shape and just about everyone can do it. You don't need access to a fancy gym, expensive equipment, or other people to do the workout. You can simply throw on your sneakers and head out the door for a run. Easy as that!