ESPAD survey: Teenage drinking increasing in Slovenia
Ljubljana, 24 September - Teenage drinking is on the increase in Slovenia despite showing signs decline at the European level, the European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD) for 2015 has shown. Slovenian 15-16-year-old school students are also above average in smoking and use of illicit drugs.
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