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Teenagers shunning drugs for healthier lifestyle
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26 July 2012
On 26 July 2012 BBC News reported:
Teenagers in England are shunning drink and drugs for a cleaner lifestyle, say health officials. A survey of 6,500 children aged between 11 and 15 showed the numbers taking drugs, smoking, and drinking alcohol had all fallen over the past decade. The NHS Health and Social Care Information Centre figures found 17 per cent had tried drugs at least once in 2011, compared with 29 per cent in 2001. The team said youngsters appeared to be living increasingly healthy lifestyles.
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