CDC’s YRBSS provides national-, state-, territorial-, tribal-, and local-level data on a range of health risk behaviors among high school students. Highlights of the 2013 YRBSS report include a decline in cigarette smoking, physical fights, and fighting on school property. Illustrating the persistent dangers of distracted driving, the report reflects that 41 percent of students who had driven during the past 30 days reported texting or emailing while driving. Results regarding youth sexual behaviors were mixed. For example, the percentage of youth who are sexually active declined, as did the percentage of condom use among students. The 2013 YRBSS also includes data on obesity-related behaviors in recent years, such as excessive screen time and drinking sugar-sweetened beverages, such as soda.