Fewer teens are smoking cigarettes than ever before, NBC News reports.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday that just 11 percent of high school students said they smoked in 2015. In 2013, that number stood at 15.7 percent.
Only one-third of the students surveyed said they had tried a cigarette, the CDC said.
But e-cigarettes are gaining popularity among teens — a trend that worries the CDC. The survey found 24 percent of high school students reported using e-cigarettes during the past 30 days.
Because it was the first time the question about e-cigarettes was asked, there’s no way to know if that’s changed from past years.