CONCORD — Results from the 2021 Youth Risk Behavior Survey recently released, showing both encouraging and concerning trends among New Hampshire teens and their behaviors.

Although vaping, alcohol and marijuana use among Granite State youth has decreased, according to the survey results, there are other trends that are reportedly on the rise, including feelings of hopelessness, dating violence and cyber bullying.

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