Drinking alcohol after a night of heavy drinking is not a cure; it just tricks you.
For those that have one too many, New Year's Day promises to be filled with headaches and hangovers. But what actually causes a hangover? We've taken a closer look at what exactly causes this phenomenon.
Researchers at the University of Illinois have discovered how to make wine without the hangover. With the help of a "genome knife," researchers believe they can reduce the next-day pain from alcohol toxins that cause this type of unpleasantness that most of us are all too familiar with.
Powdered alcohol, also known as “Palcohol”, is made in two different formulations: Beverage (ingestible) and Industrial (non-ingestible). The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau approved the powdered alcohol, but it might not last long.
After a night of heavy drinking, most people experience a hangover. This feeling of dehydration and discomfort impairs judgment as well as the ability to perform many actions, and can elicit a depressed mood. That should make you rethink drinking again, right?