- Researchers found that 29% of 16- to 24-year olds were non-drinkers in 2015, up from 18% in 2005.
- Half of people in that age group said they had not had a drink in the past week, compared to 35% a decade earlier, according to the study published Wednesday.
- And while young people are still the most likely to binge drink, rates of binge drinking — defined as drinking twice the recommended daily limits — fell from 27% to 18%.
Young British people are drinking less alcohol than a decade ago, with abstinence becoming “mainstream” among teenagers and young adults, a new study reveals.
Researchers found that 29% of 16- to 24-year olds were non-drinkers in 2015, up from 18% in 2005. READ MORE
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