Just three weeks ago, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced vaping or smoking could increase risk to contracting the novel coronavirus.
Last week, public health officials and experts announced smoking or vaping marijuana carried higher risk of contracting the novel coronavirus.
Health officials are now warning marijuana and vape users to reconsider their habits amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
According to a new study, legal recreational marijuana states had among the lowest EVALI rates of all states.
New York City's mayor held a press conference Sunday announcing that smoking and vaping increases potential risk for COVID-19.
Though the majority report feeling "safe" using vaping products, Google searches for "quit vaping" dramatically spiked at height of EVALI outbreak.
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