President Donald Trump plans to ban the sales of flavored e-cigarettes this week. Following 400 cases of vaping lung-illnesses reported in 36 states including six deaths according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Alexis Perez a health educator at the health center for substance abuse says that the action is a good first step but more restrictions need to be put on these vaping companies. Students on-campus are saying that vaping companies need to decrease their nicotine content making them less addictive and quit advertising their products as a safer alternative to traditional smoking. Not enough research has been done to support that claim.