Every two years the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention conducts a nationally representative Youth Risk Behavior Survey of ninth- to 12th-graders. The questions in the quiz are based on the most recent data available, from 2011.
High school students who reported indoor tanning were more likely to engage in binge drinking, have sex, and use unhealthy methods to control their weight, says a new CDC study. Students who tanned were also more likely to play on sports teams and to eat vegetables.
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