Danish teens still most boozy in Europe

The newly-released 2015 ESPAD Report has found that Danish teens aged 15-16 are more often intoxicated than their European peers.

The report, compiled and published by ESPAD (European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs), revealed that 32 percent of the 1,670 Danish teens surveyed had been intoxicated at least once over the past 30 days.

According to Professor Morten Grønbek, the head of the Department of Public Health at the University of Southern Denmark, one of the reasons that Danish youngsters booze it up so much is accessibility.

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