Woman smoking an e-cigarette. A person smokes an e-cigarette in this arranged photograph taken in the Brooklyn Borough of New York, on Thursday, Dec. 20, 2018. (Photo: Gabby Jones/Bloomberg)

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said that it is investigating a small number of reports over several years of e-cigarette users experiencing seizures.

The potential link was seen mostly in young vapers, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb and Principal Deputy Commissioner Amy Abernethy said in a statement on Wednesday. The FDA said it has received 35 reports of seizures possibly related to e-cigarette use between 2010 and early this year, and is concerned those numbers could indicate a wider phenomenon.

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