Study: Vaping linked to eating disorders

Vaping could be linked to eating disorders, according to a recent study published in the journal Eating Behaviors. 
Vaping is common among young adults and eating disorder onset typically occurs before age 25, according to the study.
After the study findings linking the two, clinicians were advised to screen for eating disorder symptoms among vape users.
Just last week, the FDA rejected applications for nearly 950,000 E-cigs and their related products, meaning they are not approved to be on store shelves.