Volume I is a 636 page monograph covering the 1975-2015 national trends in smoking, drinking, and illicit drug use among American secondary school students. It provides a much more in-depth treatment than the Overview of Key Findings, covering subgroup differences, attitudes and beliefs about use, etc. You may download the complete volume or see the suggested citation.
2015 Overview of Key Findings is now available. This report presents a summary of the national results on adolescent drug use, with a particular emphasis on recent trends in the use of licit and illicit drugs. The full text of this volume is available.
2015 Press Release "Use of ecstasy, heroin, synthetic marijuana, alcohol, cigarettes declined among U.S. teens in 2015." See the text and associated tables and figures.
2015 Press Release "Teen cigarette smoking drops to historic low in 2015." See the text and associated tables and figures.
2015 Press Release "Most youth using e-cigarettes for novelty and flavors -- not to quit smoking." See the text and associated tables and figures.
2015 Press Release "Cigarillo use increases estimates of teen smoking rates by half." See the text and associated tables and figures.
HIV/AIDS: Risk & protective behaviors among adults ages 21 to 40 in the U.S., 2004-2014 is now available. This report focuses on a range of behaviors of adults ages 21-40 in the general population related to the spread of the HIV virus responsible for the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Data on 35- and 40-year-old respondents is also included. The full text of this volume is available.