A nationwide epidemic is filling rooms and lungs with smoke. Sleek, pencil shaped electronic cigarettes loaded with nicotine and chemicals have many young adults hooked. Trendy brands offering flavors like watermelon and grape promise a healthier alternative to traditional cigarettes, and a cool way to blow off some steam. However, the epidemic has caused lung injuries, killing 7 people so far and sickening hundreds. Researchers say what was once advertised as a way to get cigarette smokers off their bad habit, has become the first step to young addiction. The Trump administration is currently working alongside the Food and Drug administration to remove all non-tobacco flavors from the national market.