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Drin·ker

(drink'ĕr),
Philip, U.S. industrial hygienist, 1893-1972. See: Drinker respirator.
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Researchers at Sheffield University found that three-quarters of all alcohol bought in Wales is drunk by 22% of the adult population deemed "hazardous" or "harmful" drinkers.
Within this the 3% of the population who are harmful drinkers, account for 27% of all alcohol consumed.
A quarter of red wine drinkers (25%) report feeling sexy after a tipple.
It came from a study published in the British Medical Journal, which found that moderate drinkers were less likely than non-drinkers to develop certain heart conditions.
The researchers found that about two-thirds of coffee drinkers and one-third of tea drinkers put cream, sugar, half-and-half, honey, or other caloric additives in their beverages.
Questionnaires were used to separate participants into the following categories, never drinkers, nonexcessive drinkers, excessive drinkers and former excessive drinkers.
adults who drink one to 14 drinks per week are less likely than nondrinkers and heavy drinkers to have been diagnosed with depression in their lifetime.
This group of decaf coffee drinkers is not the majority of all coffee drinkers, true, but it is at least ten percent of them, and in some sectors of the market, or times of day, it approaches 20 percent.
Most clinicians intuitively appreciate that 80% of drinkers consume only 20% of all the alcohol consumed in the United States.
Tea drinkers also have healthier lifestyles so does tea drinking reflect a particular person profile or is it tea, per se, that improves outcomes -- for me that remains an open question.
Washington, April 10 ( ANI ): Researchers have suggested that females had an increased rate of all-cause mortality conferred by drinking compared with males, especially in heavy drinkers.
Those consuming more than 36 grams of alcohol per day - equivalent to just over a pint of medium-strength beer - experience noticeable declines in memory and problem-solving skills up to six years earlier than light or moderate drinkers, scientists found.