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Iceland has largely kicked teen drinking. What can it teach other countries?
by Sara Miller Llana, Staff Writer
The Christian Science Monitor Translate This Article
29 December 2017
On 29 December 2017 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
In the last two decades, Icelandic teens have embraced sobriety under a program that asks families and communities to rethink adolescent freedoms. Teen drinking -- as well as teen smoking, marijuana use, and abuse of other drugs -- has plummeted across Iceland in the past two decades as academics, policy makers, and parents joined forces to clamp down. And now cities around the world are looking to this tiny island nation for clues on how to tackle underage drinking.
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