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Trends and Social Differences in Alcohol Consumption during the Postcommunist Transition in Lithuania

Table 5

Mean, standard deviation (SD), and median of standard drinksa consumed by women during the last week in 1994–2010.

Survey yearStrong alcoholWineBeerTotal
Mean (SD)MedianMean (SD)MedianMean (SD)MedianMean (SD)Median

19945.9 (5.3)3.81.6* (1.3)0.93.3* (1.8)2.03.0 (4.1)*1.7
19965.7 (4.6)5.01.7* (1.6)1.73.4* (2.4)2.03.0 (3.6)*1.7
19985.5 (3.8)3.83.1 (4.9)1.74.0* (3.8)2.04.8 (5.2)3.5
20005.4 (4.6)5.02.3 (1.5)1.73.7* (2.8)2.04.7 (4.2)3.7
20024.4 (3.8)3.82.5 (2.0)1.74.0* (3.3)2.04.8 (4.4)3.9
20045.2 (4.0)3.82.6 (1.3)2.64.6 (4.2)3.95.4 (4.9)3.9
20065.4 (4.8)3.82.7 (1.6)1.74.1 (3.2)3.95.2 (4.7)3.9
20083.9 (2.8)2.52.8 (2.0)2.64.9 (4.7)3.95.0 (4.7)3.8
20105.6 (4.3)3.83.3 (3.0)2.66.4 (6.5)3.96.1 (6.0)3.9

* 𝑃 < 0 . 0 5 compared to 2010, Kruskal-Wallis test.
aStandard drinks are calculated separately for strong alcohol, wine or sparkling wine, beer, and total alcohol consumed per week.

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