hangover cures

If ibuprofen and coffee aren't cutting it, here are a few more unique options to try.
We've been there, friends, and these are our lifesavers.
Your pre-game should begin at the grocery store.
But when it comes to alcohol, blissful ignorance only brings about unnecessary suffering, horrible hangovers, and misguided
With all the excitement that the weekend brings, it's easy to go too hard in the paint as far as adult beverages are concerned. But like most ailments, a proper meal can cure all. Here are seven foods to cure that hangover -- one for each of the deadly sins you committed last night.
Drinking isn't a professional sport (yet). So why should it get so much harder as you age? Why the longer, more brutal hangovers? Why so much pain after only four beers? And is there anything you can do to prolong your career?
We all know what you did last night, and how awful you feel today.
What's worse than being older and hungover? Having a toddler AND being hungover. You know who doesn't understand the "Irish flu?" A very demanding tiny person who relies on you to wipe their butt.
The online, ahem, "literature" about what constitutes the best hangover cures consists of all kinds of baloney.
If you tipped back too many drinks last night, the last thing you feel like doing is rolling out your yoga mat. But you should. A little yoga can go a long way to minimize suffering and speed the recovery process. Promise.