HONOLULU - Teen vaping is on the rise, and health officials are worried.

E-cigarette use among teens skyrocketed between 2017 and 2018, according to a National Youth Tobacco Survey released by the US Food and Drug Administration and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

More than 3.6 million teens reported being current e-cigarette users in 2018, a jump from 1.5 million the year before. Use by high school students jumped by 78%, while use by middle schoolers went up by 48%.

Waiakea High School has stepped up to the plate to end teen vaping by promoting a new campaign that the Hawaii Department of Education tweeted Wednesday morning.

One city took the initiative to another level. The city of  Somerville, Massachusetts, voted in December to limit e-cigarettes and menthol cigarettes to the shelves of tobacco stores open only to customers 21 and older.