More teens are smoking electronic cigarettes than traditional cigarettes, according to the latest Monitoring the Future survey. The survey, released at a D.C. press conference in mid-December, received widespread news coverage, with articles by the Associated Press and others appearing in the International Business Times, NBC News, Bloomberg Businessweek, the Global Post and many other print, broadcast and online media around the world. ISR researchers Lloyd Johnston and Richard Miech also reported that marijuana use by teens appeared to level off, despite legalization of that drug in several states in 2014. Binge drinking and abuse of prescription painkillers also dropped. Read more about the latest Monitoring the Future findings and watch videos on the findings at http://bit.ly/MTF-1 and http://bit.ly/MTF-2.