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You might say that 2019 was not a good year for vaping. At the beginning of the year, vaping still enjoyed its status as a popular, potentially safer alternative to smoking cigarettes in America. That is, until we realised that certain types of vapes could cause sudden illness and even death.

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Just because a flavouring is safe to eat doesn’t mean it’s safe to inhale. But flavoured vapes have become common in countries like the U.S., thanks to a loophole in regulations.

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A new study by MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) researchers found that many parents perceive e-cigarettes to be safer than regular cigarettes. Parents who vape were much more likely to vape in their homes and cars with their children present than parents who smoke traditional cigarettes, they concluded.

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We’ve never run a vape trick on Lifehacker. Until today. It’s a pretty specific trick: if you’re locked outside a door, but the door has motion sensors on the other side, you can vape through the crack to open that door. Watch the video above to see it work.

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Vaping is almost certainly less harmful to your health than smoking cigarettes, since it doesn’t contain bits of burned-up tobacco leaf (the cancer-causing “tar” in cigarettes). But if that fact leads smokers to start vaping, but then they don’t quit smoking, what good was the vaping?