Vaping-Related Lung Injuries In The U.S. Surpass 1,000 CasesAs of Monday, there have been 22 deaths confirmed from 19 states
Baltimore County Increases Smoking Age To 21, In Line With State Law24 percent of Baltimore County high school students use tobacco or vaping products, according to county data. 
Teen Use Of Flavored E-Cigarettes Has Continued To Rise, Report SaysFlavored e-cigarette use among young people in the United States increased from 2014 to 2018, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the US Food and Drug Administration.
23 Reported Cases Of Severe Lung Illnesses From Vaping, E-Cigarettes In Maryland, Doctors Now Required To Report CasesAs their investigation continues into the 23 reported cases of severe lung illnesses in Maryland, state health officials issue an order requiring all doctors and health care providers, as well as local health departments, to report cases of severe lung illnesses to the state. 
As Smoking Age Increases In Maryland, Health Officials Investigating 20 Cases Of Severe Lung IllnessEffective Tuesday, you must be at least 21 years old to buy smoking products in Maryland. 
Vaping Lung Injuries Now Surpass 800 Cases Nationwide, CDC SaysHundreds more cases of vaping-related lung injuries across the United States have been reported to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Maryland Health Officials Prepare For Smoking Age IncreaseStarting Tuesday, the age for buying tobacco products in Maryland will increase from 18 to 21.
Vaping Illnesses Hit Local Business Hard As Former Smoker Touts E-Cigarettes In Helping Him Quit SmokingThe onslaught of negative news stories on vaping sicknesses drew a vape shop owner to reach out to WJZ with what his products are doing to save lives
20 Illnesses Associated With E-Cigarettes Confirmed In MarylandThe number of severe lung illnesses associated with e-cigarettes or vaping has increased. 
The Number Of Vaping-Related Illnesses Increased To 530, CDC SaysThere have been 530 confirmed and probable cases of lung injuries related to e-cigarettes as of September 17, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. That's 150 more than was reported on September 11.
20 Cases Of Vaping-Associated Lung Illnesses Reported In Maryland, Health Officials SayPatients report using e-cigarettes or vaping in the weeks or months before the symptoms began.