Lithuanian teens

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Under the law, coming into force on 1 January , it will not only be illegal for those under 20 to drink alcohol, but unless they work in bars, they will be banned from even touching it, making the law the most prohibitive in Europe. There have been some moves but I think it should be more public and more massive. In , Lithuanians drank, on average, the equivalent of That is the same as large beers ml or medium glasses of wine ml over the year, equating to two-and-a-half glasses a day. Adults are the stupidest people on earth.

Drinking among Lithuanian teenagers below European level

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For example, playing board games, watching animation and drinking refreshing drinks had been only acceptable to children, only adults were permitted to eat at restaurants, while the seniors were expected to stay at home garden and help rear grandchildren. This mindset still limits senior citizen's lifestyle. For example, unlike in the West, it is uncommon for retired citizens to travel abroad as many consider themselves to be too old and unhealthy for this. The fact that most senior Lithuanians spent their youths without many things that were already commonly available in the West e. Moreover, the former Soviet policies made the retired Lithuanians rather poor.

Last orders for Lithuanian teenagers as government cracks down on alcohol

This catalog presents the most significant and notable books for children and young adults, created by Lithuanian authors and illustrators between — In the period in question, each year saw about — titles published in Lithuania for children and teenagers. Most of the published books are translated, while original literature accounts for about a third of the total. The artistic merit and originality of her work have been recognised by many awards and prizes.
Conducted in 35 European nations last year, the survey revealed that 48 percent of teenagers had drank alcohol in the past 30 days, as compared to 34 percent of respondents in Lithuania. Some 24 percent of Lithuanian teenagers said they smoked at least one cigarette in the past month 21 pct in Europe , while 18 percent of young Lithuanians said they had smoked marijuana at least once in their lives 16 pct in Europe. After a couple of months with the doors closed, museums and galleries are eager to attract visitors. Baltic Summer University organisers have decided to use this time to explore the opportunities to