The American Lung Association says no one should use e-cigarettes. In a statement, the nation’s leading lung health organization’s National President and CEO Harold Wimmer says the device is not safe and “can cause irreversible” lung damage and disease. The message comes after a sixth person died from lung disease linked to vaping in Kansas. The other deaths were reported in California, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and Oregon. The CDC is looking into more than 450 cases of vaping-related illnesses across more than 30 states.