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17 December 2010

Avoiding the New Years Day hangover

As wonderful as the New Year's Eve party might have been, partygoers who overdid it at the bar will spend New Year's Day tormented by a hangover.

As wonderful as the New Year's Eve party might have been, partygoers who overdid it at the bar will spend New Year's Day tormented by a hangover.

"Headaches are caused on the one hand by the numerous additives in an alcoholic drink and because the body eliminates fluids more rapidly after the consumption of alcohol, leading to dehydration," said gastroenterologist Stephan Haas of a hospital in Aschaffenburg, Germany.

 
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