Icelandic teens least likely to drink, consume less alcohol than any in Europe

Less than two percent of Icelandic teens consume alcohol regularly, according to a new report from the World Health Organization. According to the latest statistics from the WHO three percent of Icelandic teenagers, 15 years or younger, report that they had consume alcohol weekly and two percent of girls. Teens of no other European country were less likely to drink.

Teenagers in Croatia, Hungary, Italy and Malta, where more than a quarter consume alcohol weekly, were most likely to drink. Teens in the Nordic countries, with the exception of Denmark, were least likely to drink, with Icelandic teens drinking least.

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