A big part of the craze is a lack of understanding of the science behind the device.

The new technology uses the heat of an atom to create vapor that can be inhaled or exhaled.

It has been touted by some as a solution to nicotine addiction.

But research is limited, and some scientists say it has dangerous side effects.

(Jenny Starrs/The Washington Post) One recent study published in the journal Nature looked at the effects of vaping in people with diabetes. 

Researchers looked at two groups of people who were trying to quit smoking cigarettes and found that those who were using the device were less likely to relapse and that they had less harmful side effects than those who weren’t.

Vaping has been linked to the deaths of people in countries such as China and Russia.

A similar study was done in the United States, and the results showed the same thing.

Vaping has also been linked with other problems. 

In one study, researchers in Sweden compared nicotine levels in vaping users with people who didn’t use the devices.

They found that vaping users who were on medication for depression had higher levels of the chemical, but the higher levels were not correlated with their depression levels.

Another study found that a woman who started vaping was at a higher risk of developing breast cancer, heart disease and other cancers, compared with a control group.