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Aug 11, 2017 ... Hangovers are a common side effect of alcohol consumption, but luckily, there are ways to lessen their severity. Here are 7 science-backed hangover cures.


Dec 30, 2016 ... From water to coffee to an IV drip, I tested out 18 essential hangover cures.


Sep 21, 2017 ... The party last night was great, but this morning you're feeling it and paying the price. Your hangover is in full swing and all you want is a little relief. What is the best hangover cure? In reality, there is no magic solution to your problem and those "hangover cures" you can pick up at the convenience store are ...


Feb 8, 2013 ... Don't get your hopes up. Traditional hangover remedies often aren't effective, and some of them may actually make you feel worse. Find out what.


Feb 14, 2015 ... We tried chugging water, popping pills, and even rolling in the sheets to ease a hangover. Here's what worked.


You know you shouldn't, but sometimes a girl just can't help herself. You plan to meet up with friends for a drink after work, and one drink turns into many more, which then turns into a rough next morning. We hope you don't have a hangover reading this, because we bring you some not-so-good news. "There are a lot of ...


Jul 15, 2014 ... Filled with head-pounding and body-aching regret the morning after drinking? Try these research-based hangover cures — from drinking Sprite to eating asparagus — to alleviate symptoms.


Dec 28, 2015 ... Ask a dozen people how to cure a hangover and you'll get a dozen different answers. Eat greasy grub. Drink coffee. Pop over-the-counter pain relievers. Do any of them work? "There's no magic potion that gets rid of a hangover," says George Koob, MD, director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse ...


Feb 19, 2015 ... For now there's only one surefire way to avoid a hangover: Don't drink. And there's one proven cure: Time. It takes 8 to 24 hours for symptoms to disappear. In the meantime, try these simple, natural ways to avoid the pain, or to tackle headaches, nausea, and general malaise the day after: Drink water.