An international aid charity is recommending that, in view of the large numbers of 11 to 16 year olds who find themselves in the company of friends who are unconscious through drink, they should be given first aid training.
Furthermore, its understood that behavioural experts are recommending that teenagers should also learn first aid to deal with Repetitive Strain Injury (caused by excessive flapping of their hands at the side of their face anytime they get excited).
Other common injuries afflicting the younger sections of our society are sprained ankles and broken bones most often brought about by them not looking where they're going while texting their BFF.
The main health risk for children, however, is caused by the relatively new phenomenon of ending every statement in a question. This practice can have a major long term detrimental effect on self esteem and confidence as it encourages kids to pass responsibility onto someone else rather than them giving their own opinion.