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What does HED stand for?

HED stands for Heavy Episodic Drinking


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While, participants reporting heavy episodic drinking twice a month or more were two-and-a-half times more likely to be in the group experiencing the greatest 10 percent of decline in cognitive function and also two-and-a-half times more likely to be in the group experiencing the greatest 10 percent of decline in memory.
The researchers found that: * Participants who reported heavy episodic drinking once per month were 62% more likely to be in the group experiencing the highest decline in cognitive function, and were 27% more likely to be in the group experiencing the highest amount of memory decline.
The researchers found that: * Participants who reported heavy episodic drinking once per month were 62% more likely to be in the group experiencing the highest decline in cognitive function, and were 27% more likely to be in the group experiencing the highest amount of memory decline.
Others address the role of emergency departments in providing preventive services, oral anticoagulants, crisis intervention with adolescents in emergency psychiatry, and heavy episodic drinking in patients.
10 Binge drinking or heavy episodic drinking was associated with increased risk of serious health problems and injuries, poor academic and work performance, participation in unsafe sex, sexual assault, becoming the passenger of a driver under the influence of a substance, violence, and other aggressive behaviors.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] While researchers stopped short of saying that the question used in this survey constitutes a reliable clinical screening test, they found that the question on drunkenness was a better indicator of injury outcomes than a question on how many times an individual engaged in heavy episodic drinking.