Parents in Dubai want to know who's been selling vaping paraphernalia to their teenagers.
ARN News has learned that the use of e-cigarettes is rampant among young teens, and led to some students being suspended.
Dubai resident Mel says it's a big problem at her 14-year-old daughter's school.
Doctors say they've noticed a spike in the number of people vaping, especially among teenagers.
Dr. Gordon Bland, Specialist Family Medicine at Mediclinic Dubai Mall says vaping may be a healthy alternative to smoking cigarettes but it is not risk-free.