3.62 million middle and high school students have reportedly used e-cigarettes in 2018, a 78% increase among the high school group. In Wisconsin this week, vaping is suspected to be the cause of serious lung damage in 8 teens according to hospital officials there who alerted the state’s health department. The hospital announced that some of the teens even needed to be put on breathing assistance. An exact cause is unknown but with the increase of teen e-cigarette and vaping use, parents and teens need to be aware of the potential danger. Our poll earlier this month found that a majority of teens in one high school had tried or been asked to vape. The FDA says 3.62 million middle school and high school students were reported using e-cigarettes in 2018 and a 78% increase among high school students.