nondrinking

nondrinking

(ˌnɒnˈdrɪŋkɪŋ)
adj
relating to a person who refrains from drinking alcoholrelating to an animal or person that does not drink
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Promoting lifestyle change would include developing structure in daily living, enhancing job-seeking skills, finding enjoyable leisure activities that are incompatible with drinking, rejecting criminal lifestyle and thinking, establishing a supportive nondrinking network, and planning how to manage with former drinking buddies.
education of persons who serve alcoholic beverages and designation of nondrinking drivers) [6].
Similarly, involvement with low- or nonusing peers, attending a college with no or low levels of alcohol consumption, or living in a dorm committed to nondrinking all have been related to lower levels of use and problem use (Wechsler and Nelson 2008).
Compared with nondrinking women, those with alcohol use disorders (AUD) were significantly more likely to have severe PTSD symptoms, especially intrusion symptoms.
Perchlorate, an odorless chemical, is associated with rocket fuel and was found in 20 nondrinking water wells in Simi Valley.
The nondrinking subjects with expected abnormalities in their serum transferrin concentrations were chosen for this study to obtain information on the effect of serum transferrin concentration on the specificity of the assays.
It is often in public drinking establishments that patrons first learn about strategies to prevent problems, such as the designation of a nondrinking driver or the substitution of low-alcohol beverages for full-strength drinks.
2009) examined trends in the ratio of drinking to nondrinking drivers in fatal crashes in each State annually from 1982 to 2004 (unlike Miron and Tetelbaum's [2009] analyses).
At social events, designate a nondrinking driver who can get everyone home safely.
89 for all-cause mortality, compared with nondrinking men.
However, because cross-tabulations only provide measures of association between variables, this analytic strategy cannot evaluate different types of causal effects that may occur when nondrinking variables modify the association between alcohol consumption and outcomes.
The 95th percentile for cCDT and CDT/Tf ratio in 36 female and 30 male nondrinking or moderately drinking subjects was taken as the decision limit: 28 U/L and 1.