English children to try less often than ever, smoking and alcohol from
Of the English children between the 8 and the 15-year-old has five percent ever smoked, and about 17 percent sometimes drink alcohol.
Those numbers are lower than ever, report British media. In 2003, children were in this age group nearly two times more likely to come in contact with alcohol: 45 percent.
Also smoking had this group at the time, done many times: almost one in five against the one in twenty now. The figures were announced by the National Health Service (NHS), that of 14,000 adults and children were questioned in some of his latest research.
Possible explanations for the major declines are measures such as strengthened authentication for alcoholverkoop and increased awareness about smoking and drinking.
Also as far as Dutch minors disclaim figures suggests that they are less often drunk or smoked. As it turned out two years ago that 17 percent of the group of eight pupils in 2013 all of even a glass of alcohol drink, against 70 percent in 2003.