Hiding in Plain Sight: Common household items used to hide drugs, vapes from parents

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — "It's gotten to a crisis level."

That's the word from doctors at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital about vaping.

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Medical professionals are now specifically asking children who come in with unexplained respiratory problems if they have used e-cigarettes. Le Bonheur treated its first child with vape-related lung problems earlier this year.

We talked to police and experts at vape shops. You'll be surprised at what is available to help kids hide their vices from you.

FOX13 put 18 of these secret items in a bedroom and sent in four teens between the age of 14 and 17. Then, we sent in their parents.

Neither group found everything in the time allotted even though it was right in front of them.

We wanted to give you a chance to see if you could find everything. 

Below is an interactive slide show. Can you guess the hidden objects?