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There is no confusion about the health dangers of vaping.
There is no confusion about the health dangers of vaping. (Tony Dejak/AP)

Interesting choice of words by Taylor DeVille relating vaping to illnesses (“‘We’re being killed’: Maryland vape shops see sales fall due amid 'confusion’ over related illness,” Nov. 11).

Illnesses indeed — so bad that people are dying. And because of the high rate of deaths related to vaping, there is now a rush to find out why. Ever see how much smoke (or vapor) is exhaled by the user — much, much more than smoking a cigarette.

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Are people being harmed by that “second-hand” smoke? Wake up people.

Helen Lacy

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