CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Mom of two Amie Graham is clear where she stands when it comes to cigarettes, including E-cigarettes.
"I'm not a smoker. I don't have a smoker in my house. I have children. All of us have asthma," she said.
Recent studies show how they're growing in popularity among teenagers. Now, North Carolina has taken a stance requiring new packaging and labels on products sold in the Tarheel state.
E-cig refill fluids will have to be sold in child-proof packaging with labels to alert consumers if the product contains nicotine.
The Carolinas Poison Center noted a steady increase in the number of calls related to children accessing E-cigarette nicotine liquids.
The percentage of kids trying E-Cigs tripled from 2013 to 2014, according to the CDC.
While the number of high school students who smoked cigarettes last year was down, it seems they're simply replacing them with electronic cigarettes. Both contain nicotine.
"I think that children should not be allowed to have cigarettes or the E-cgis, no matter what it contains. I just think that it's dangerous," said Graham.
She added, "It's an addiction."
"I think once you start, you can't stop," she said.