If you're in recovery, you have cultivated the courage to be the only nondrinker
at the tradeshow.
Scott, a nondrinker
, was ordered to blow into the policeman's cupped hands--his version of a breathalyzer.
Odds of Drinker or Binge Drinker Engaging in Health Risk Behavior Compared with Nondrinker
Behavior Drinker Binge Drinker Drive with someone who had 3.
She was a lifelong nonsmoker and nondrinker
, and she had been treated in the past for gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Table 4 Comparison of School Programs by Frequency of Alcohol Use CAPTAIN PROJECT CLEAN DARE Mean tD n Mean SD Mean SD Diff Value PREVENT Nondrinker
A person who has one drink a day but doesn't smoke has a 60 percent higher risk of oral cancer than a nonsmoking nondrinker
Drinkers and nondrinkers
resembled each other in terms of lipid profiles, use of lipid-lowering medications, liver attenuation scores, and systolic and diastolic blood pressures, although significantly more nondrinkers
used antihypertensive medications (46% vs.
Surprisingly, even those who drank moderately (about four to six pints of beer or five to seven glasses of wine a week) were about three times as likely as nondrinkers
to experience hippocampal shrinkage, the study found.
A study that compared cognitive function among heavy drinkers, moderate drinkers, and nondrinkers
found that heavy drinkers scored lower on tests that measured a range of cognitive abilities, including learning, memory, and global cognitive function.
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.
On the basis of how many grams of alcohol people drank daily, researchers described them as (1) nondrinkers
or drinkers with a light health risk, (2) drinkers with a moderate health risk, or (3) drinkers with a severe health risk (Table 1).