The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is advising people to stop vaping.

So far, five people have died in a multi-state outbreak of lung disease believed to be a result of vaping.

The CDC has also gotten reports of nearly 500 vape-related illnesses.

"Right now the CDC has a big problem with vaping and E-cigarettes," says Dr. Richard Oyler.

Vaping could put your life in danger. The CDC says a mystery chemical exposure has caused an outbreak of a deadly lung disease.

"There have been 5 deaths and 450 confirmed cases so a little bit more research is need to peg exact
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