Here's how your body responds to alcohol as you age.
Humans have obviously learned nothing.
You may have heard that sugary drinks will also make you feel more hungover, but it seems this isn't necessarily true. Rather, sugar, when paired with alcohol, appears to slow down the rate at which our bodies process the alcohol.
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.
Just in case you party too hard on New Year's Eve.
We all know what you did last night, and how awful you feel today.
We moms love a nice get together with our girlfriends. In fact, our sanity depends on it. By the time we peel the last kid from our leg and make it out the door, we're exhausted and the night hasn't even begun. But this doesn't stop us. No way! We may be a tad disheveled but we're more than ready to make the most of our night of freedom.
Is it just me, or is a carpet with those sweet, beautiful vacuum lines almost as beautiful as looking at a sunset over the ocean?
If you drank too much last night, you can make today a lot less horrid by avoiding these foods.
Most adults overindulge every now and then -- even elementary school teachers -- and that's where Charles comes in. Meet
Yet another study released earlier this summer pinpointed the precise age at which people suffer the worst hangovers: 29
Happy 2014! That terrible hangover is a great start to the new year. Well if you're here, you're looking for an easy way