At this point, we all know someone who vapes. Electronic cigarettes (also called vapes because of the vapor the user inhales) were invented as we know them in 2003, but gained prominence worldwide around 2013, being widely touted as a “safe” alternative to smoking and seen as a way to get around the rigid smoke-free laws that are now prevalent in large cities. Today, the vaping industry is huge, with hundreds of different brands of e-cigarettes and flavors of “vape juice” available to purchase, providing global sales that are in the billions.. However, as time has passed, multiple issues with the habit have come to light. The FDA is now regulating e-cigarettes, which, along with lung related illness linked to vaping, has increased recent awareness about the negative side effects that may be incurred. There are several considerable problems that have been reported.