Vaping-related illnesses have vexed public health officials and prompted state policymakers to consider banning e-cigarettes. The Centers for Disease Control cited 1,888 reports  of lung injuries associated with e-cigarettes or vaping and 37 deaths as of Oct. 29. 

Those who vape use an electronic cigarette product, such as a vape pen or e-hookah, to heat a liquid to produce an aerosol that they inhale into their lungs. The liquid can contain nicotine, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabinoid oils (CBD)  and other substances and additives. Most electronic cigarette products contain a battery to heat the liquid.

In New York, approved providers offer medical marijuana in several forms, including…

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