Vaping devices have been successfully marketed to children and the increase in use by students is alarming. There are many misconceptions about vaping. The most basic is the false belief that these devices are safe, and they only produce water vapor. We know this is untrue. The devices produce an aerosol that may contain many substances known to be toxic or that have an unknown impact on long term health. The devices are very effective at delivering nicotine ,which is known to be a neurotoxin and that is highly addictive. In addition the devices may be used to consume marijuana or other substances that contain THC. They come in a wide variety of sizes, shapes, including small devices that look like a jump drive that can be charged in a USB port of a computer. They are very easy to conceal, and the vaping solution can be consumed without a scent, making them challenging to detect.