In recent times, the U.S. health officials selected vitamin E acetate as a possible cause in the vaping health crisis, restating that a mass of the suspect THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) vaping products was achieved from prohibited sources in lieu of licensed cannabis businesses. While the main reason is still unknown, officials from the marijuana industry stated that recognizing a potential culprit for the illnesses should aid in legalizing the cannabis companies in differentiating their products and make sure the consumer assurance in legally manufactured vaporizers that do not comprise the additive. Lindsay Short—VP of Operations for Washington-located Ionic Brands—said, “This knowledge will help the market in rebounding. Good players have already shifted away from utilizing any vitamin E in their vaping products.”
The U.S. health officials stated that of 29 samples of patients having vaping-related diseases, all included vitamin E acetate, which is an additive in some vaping products that have THC. In its report, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) stated that this is the first instance the agency has found a “possible chemical of concern” in samples of patients with lung injuries. Short stated that this detection is a really huge deal in the world of vaping. Nobody expects to see people affected by vaping products, and having an unidentified cause was really alarming.
Recently, the CDC was in news for stating that childhood trauma is a public health problem and we can do more for preventing it. Reportedly, childhood trauma leads to grave health consequences throughout life and it is a public health concern that calls for collective prevention efforts. Experiencing traumatic events in childhood puts the kid in jeopardy for lifelong health impacts, as per a body of research. The new report by CDC confirmed that Americans who had encountered unpleasant childhood experiences were at greater peril of dying from 5 of the top 10 major causes of death.