Public Health England have reported that recent drinking trends across the population and among young people in particular, have shown that we are drinking less frequently compared with a decade ago.
Young adults (aged 16-24) are now as likely to be teetotal as adults over 65, after a jump in the proportion of young people who say they don’t drink alcohol at all.
Binge-drinking since 2005 is also down dramatically among young adults.
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