There is something about burping that is funny for kids and many grown-up's, too. Add to that a little too much free time and the explosion of short videos on social media and you have the newest social media trend for 2015. Helium burping. Yes, helium burping. 

Most of us have inhaled some helium from a balloon at a party once or twice and recited the alphabet or sang a favorite song. Within reason, a tiny bit of helium, once in a great while, won't do much damage to you. However, it CAN has HAS been very dangerous. That said, this new trend of inhaling some helium and then burping is sweeping the video social media sites like Vine and Instagram. 

Here is a brief example:

Here's a story from Slate.com answering questions about the health risks from inhaling helium