LAS VEGAS (AP) — A regional health authority is reporting the Las Vegas area’s fifth case of respiratory illness linked to an e-cigarette or vaping product.
The Southern Nevada Health District says the fifth case was found in a person who was older than 18.
The first case in Clark County as reported in September.
Of the five cases, one was reported using e-cigarettes with nicotine-only products, while four others reported using THC, the high-inducing part of marijuana.
Three of the five also reported using CBD, another cannabis extract.