Today's Teens Smoke Less, Drink Less, And Have Sex Less Than Any Teens On Record

(Vox, June 9) A new report released by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention show that teens are using fewer drugs than in the past. Statistics have seen the lowest rates of ecstasy, heroin, meth, and hallucinogenic drug use, as well as other drugs such as cocaine. The report also shows that teens are behaving better in general. Fewer teens are having sex, smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol, and engaging in fights. READ MORE.