January 22, 2015
Communications Coordinator, ATTC Network
The latest Monitoring the Future study released in December 2014 reported that both teen alcohol and cigarette use are at their lowest points since the study began in 1975. Use of a number of other illicit drugs has also declined.
University of Michigan researchers who led the study, Drs. Lloyd Johnson and Richard Miech, comment on the results in this two-minute You Tube video: E-cigarettes Surpass Regular Cigarettes Among Teens.