The FDA reports vaping has increased nearly 80 percent among high schoolers and 50 percent among middle schoolers.
Nicotine and tar in cigarettes just doesn't taste good, thus menthol flavor. There are currently more than 15,000 flavors for e-cigarettes, like popcorn and cotton candy.
Kelsey Seybold's Dr. Shane Magee is in favor of getting rid of flavors.
"The flavor is added to e-cigarettes to make it more appealing to kids. Like, last century, you had Joe Camel and these cartoony characters also appealing to kids," said Magee.
He said e-cigarettes should be used as a way to ween off regular cigarettes and eventually quit, not as a replacement.
“I do think if you take away flavors from e-cigarettes you eliminate one source of enjoyment for them and make it less palatable and hopefully used by less people," said Magee.
He said studies find e-cigarette users have a higher risk of having a stroke or heart attack.