A Texas family is one of dozens who have already stepped forward to warn of the dangers of vaping as their teenage daughter remains in hospital.
Jennifer Odas states that on the day her daughter Whitney Livingston decided to
"She had decided, 'I can't do it anymore. I'll put that on. I will not evaporate, "Odas told Fox4News.com. "And this is the night she started to fever."
KANSAS USES THE FIRST BINDING DEATH OF A LONG PERFORMANCE: "YOU SHOULD STOP THE VAPING"  has reached her decision after reading headlines for other teens across the country landing at a hospital with severe pulmonary disease that is thought to be caused by vaping. Health officials report at least six deaths and 450 cases of serious illness, possibly related to vaping, and urge teens to remove the devices while investigating a possible cause.
"She could almost die," Audas told Fox4News.com.
"If you or a loved one is vaping, please stop. Recent deaths in our country, combined with hundreds of reported cases of lung damage, continue to intensify. "
UTAH TAYN WILL NEVER TAKE ACTION" AFTER A COMA, FALSE DISEASE " that she suggested taking her daughter out as a safe way to quit smoking.
"You think cigarettes […] will get cancer," he told Fox4News.com. "So that's a lot healthier because that's how it is portrayed. "
Odas said her daughter was showing signs of improvement, but she's not sure what long term damage it can suffer. Livingston is not unlike Madi Nelson, an 18-year-old Utah woman who has spent years doing vaping tricks and trying out new products; Odysseus says Livingston's doctor says her illness "looks like no pneumonia he has ever seen," while Nelson said her doctor called him chest x-rays "one of the worst ever seen it. "
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On Tuesday, Kansas health officials announced the first state vamping –
" It's time to stop vaping, "Secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Dr. Lee N said in a statement. cabinet. "If you or a loved one is vaping, please stop. Recent deaths in our country, combined with hundreds of reported cases of lung damage, continue to intensify. I am extremely concerned about the health and safety of kanzans using vaping products and urge them to stop until we can determine the cause of the vaping-related lung injury and death. “