Heavy Drinker

A person who has frequent episodes of heavy drinking (> 5 drinks at a time), which can be defined by sex and periodicity. Male heavy drinker: 12+ episodes of heavy drinking/year or 7+ units of alcohol/day
Female heavy drinker: 5+ episodes of heavy drinking/year or 5+ units of alcohol/day
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It means that the total population size remaining constant where, N = S + I + T + R, all members of the population mix homogeneously, so each individual has an equal chance of becoming a heavy drinker.
If you have a heavy drinker in your life, your own health and well-being could suffer as a result, according to a New Zealand study.
Summary: NEW YORK: If you have a heavy drinker in your life, your own health and well-being could suffer as a result, according to a New Zealand study.
He stepped down on January 1, 2000, after earning a reputation as a heavy drinker.
Dear reader, LIVING with a heavy drinker can be very difficult.
A 40p per unit level would cost a moderate drinker pounds 11 extra a year but a heavy drinker pounds 137 a year, according to the study.
Mr Tedd told the court Edwards was a heavy drinker who realised Ms Wilson was a lonely and vulnerable, and took advantage of that to manipulate her as a relationship developed.
It was reported today that Mr Saunders had been a heavy drinker and had suffered from bouts of depression in the past.
The project, premiering tonight as the closing feature at the Dances With Films Festival, stars Mack's brother, Joe, as an often-unemployed drifter and heavy drinker who is given charge of his three young children after his ex-girlfriend dies.
One caveat: Avoid acetaminophen if you have any liver damage or are a heavy drinker (three or more drinks a day).
CZE electropherograms showing the serum Tf profiles for a heavy drinker before and after addition of anti-Tf polyclonal antibody to the serum are shown in Fig.
First, this research formally investigates whether measures of the full price of alcohol have a different impact on the likelihood of becoming a drinker compared to the likelihood of becoming a heavy drinker.