A new survey revealed a significant increase in the use of birth control among teenagers between 2011-2015. That's compared with the 4 years prior to that and compared to when the survey first began 30 years ago.

Boys and girls are both using more birth control and the rate of teen pregnancy is plummeting. That's the good news!

But you know what surprised me the most?

The survey revealed that between the ages of 15 and 19 less than half of teenagers said they'd had sex at least once.

4,134 teeanagers were surveyed and 44 percent of boys and 42 percent of girls said they'd had sex at least once. That's a two percent increase for boys and a one percent decrease for girls.