at-risk drinking

at-risk drinking

(ăt′rĭsk″)
The consumption of a potentially unhealthy amount of alcohol. Men are said to participate in at-risk drinking when they consume more than four alcoholic drinks a day (or 14 or more drinks a week). At-risk drinking for women consists of the consumption of more than three drinks a day, or seven or more drinks a week.
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If we had none of these programs I expect we would have more of these (infractions) or more instances of at-risk drinking.
Because at-risk drinkers are much more numerous than alcohol-dependent people, at-risk drinking contributes a much greater disease burden than alcohol dependence.
Public Opinion Survey Reveals At-Risk Drinking Not Considered a Problem by Many
These guidelines use differential definitions of at-risk drinking for women and
To investigate a possible link with depression and anxiety, participants were also screened for at-risk drinking behaviour.
Dependence was the most frequently identified alcohol problem (49%), followed by alcohol abuse (12%), at-risk drinking (30%), and episodic heavy drinking (9%).
With the high prevalence of alcohol use among collegians, it is likely this particular age group will experience the negative consequences of at-risk drinking.
NASD offers an easy-to-implement way to identify at-risk drinking.
At-risk drinking among patients making routine primary care visits.
SCREENING FOR AT-RISK DRINKING AND ALCOHOL ABUSE AND DEPENDENCE IN PRIMARY CARE SETTINGS
The prevalence of at-risk drinking was also comparable among the three groups (11.
MSU Office for Survey Research Leads Nationwide Academic Research to Limit At-Risk Drinking and Expand Educational Opportunities for Students and Teachers