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Healthy Kids: Growing vaping concerns spark continued legislation efforts in Colorado

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Written by KRDO on April 27, 2022

"Anytime you are inhaling chemicals into your lungs and the nicotine the chemicals involved in the vape smoke itself you can get inflammation, have changes in the way the lungs or heart function and some of that can be rapid changes, says Dr. Heather De Keyser. "We've seen kids come into the hospital with severe lung disease immediately, but we've also had some concerns that this may lead to long-term changes."

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