CDC Releases Data on High Schoolers' Health and Safety  

Today's teenagers are not as troubled as one might think.

Fewer American high school students contemplated suicide last year compared to a decade earlier. Fewer students are trying or using tobacco. Fewer girls are getting pregnant. And, fewer high schoolers have had sex at all.


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