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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"The harmed individual's own heavy drinking and having a heavy drinker in the household increased risk for all alcohol's harm to others (AHTO) types.
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. The heavy drinking is passed to occasional drinkers by adequate contact with heavy drinkers not in treatment.
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.
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. The second contribution of this study is that it explores whether the impact of campus-based alcohol policies depends on the availability of off-campus alternatives.
QI HAVE been a reasonably heavy drinker most of my life but recently my doctor took a blood test and said I had liver damage and I should stop.