Texas Health Officials To Report The Third Vaping-Related Death
- Electronic sports throne, gamers become hot jobs with degrees and income up to thousands of dollars
- Texas Health Officials To Report The Third Vaping-Related Death
- Pier 1 Imports with their plan to close 450 stores
- Texans, Vikings – Work OT to Advance in NFL Playoffs
According to health officials, there is a Texas woman who has become the third person to die from a lung disease, associated with a national outbreak of vaping-related illness. The Galveston County Health District said on Monday that the 35-year-old woman died on Dec. 29 at a local hospital.
According to the officials, the woman was a Galveston County resident. This is located southeast of Houston. However, they declined to reveal any further details about her, just citing confidentiality.
Per recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were nearly 2,600 vaping-related illnesses with at least 55 deaths nationwide.
Texas officials have reported there were about 236 vaping-related illnesses. Moreover, there are two other vaping deaths in Texas recently, in which one announced in October and the other announced last week, both happened in North Texas.