There's not much angst among Huddersfield teenagers.
Instead they’re a happy, healthy bunch, according to an official report.
And 85% of Kirklees and Calderdale 15-year-olds described their health as ‘good’ or ‘excellent’.
Teenagers, however, weren’t as keen on eating their greens with just over half (54%) of 15-year-olds getting their five-a-day – and less than half (49%) eating five portions of fruit and vegetables daily.
While approximately three-quarters of 15-year-olds in Kirklees and Calderdale had never smoked, a significant minority (one in 12 in Kirklees and a tenth in Calderdale) were current smokers.
And while three-quarters of 15-year-olds, who had tried an alcoholic drink, had not been drunk in the last four week, a quarter had been drunk two or three times within the same period.
When it came to illegal drugs one in eight 15-year-olds in Calderdale had tried cannabis – although in Kirklees this figure was less than one in 10.
The vast majority of teenagers surveyed also rejected other drugs – including ecstasy, amphetamine and hard drugs.
Just 2% of 15-year-olds in Kirklees and 3.5% in Calderdale had tried other drugs.