Child Trends is a nonprofit research organization that addresses a range of issues related to child well-being in the United States. Child Trends offers Databank Indicators, a collection of user-friendly data reports. Each Indicator contains a short (approximately 10-15 pages) report with data tables, charts, and links to related resources. These reports are available as PDFs to allow for easy download. Recent Indicator topics include an investigation of how many teenagers are meeting the Department of Health and Human Service's recommendation for physical activity; an exploration of cigarette use among youth; and data about the number of youth living in homes with food insecurity. These informative and succinct reports may be of interest to policy makers, grant writers, youth workers, and educators.