A new study finds Wisconsin girls are sexually active, they drink, and they don't get much physical exercise.
The study Alverno College Psychology Professor Sandra Graham shows a third of Wisconsin high school girls fall in the "sexually active" category, 76 percent say they drink, and almost a third say they've engaged in binge drinking.
As for physical activity, Graham says they understand it's important, but they're not getting up and moving as much. Nearly 36 percent consider themselves to be overweight, while only six percent actually are.
The study also found girls are more likely to be depressed and attempt suicide than boys. However, it notes that boys more often go through with suicide attempts.