The FDA launched a Youth Tobacco Prevention Plan which entailed educating youths against the dangers of tobacco use. Research findings have shown that the campaign has prevented about 350,000 youth from taking up smoking. These results have given the FDA momentum to get into high gear in their preparation for a similar education campaign about the use of e-cigarettes among the youth. A key question arises, will that campaign look at electronic cigarettes in the same way as the FDA regards tobacco cigarettes? Is there a better way in which the youth can be educated about electronic cigarettes without demonizing vaping? All these and more questions will be answered once the FDA campaign kicks off.