New Delhi: Super Power US can ban e-cigarettes soon. US President Donald Trump has indicated that this step can be taken considering the health risks. This includes e-cigarettes with different flavors. Significantly, many people have been found related to the death of e-cigarettes. E-cigarette smoking has been found to be the main reason behind the death of six people in 33 states and 450 cases of lung disease.
In these 450 cases, most of the victims are on average 19 years of age. E-cigarette smoking is called vaping. According to Trump, weeping is 'a new problem', especially among children. After meeting with the Health Secretary about Weeping, Trump told reporters at the White House that there were cases of death and many other problems. People think it is an easy alternative to cigarettes but it turns out that it also has its own problems. Actually, there is a lot of pressure on the Trump administration to ban it. There was pressure on the White House and the FDA to take such an early decision on behalf of lawmakers, public health officials, parents and academics.
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