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How About Election Hangovers?

Several beers await microbrew aficionados at Palouse Falls Brewing Co.
Several beers await microbrew aficionados at Palouse Falls Brewing Co.

Several beers await microbrew aficionados at Palouse Falls Brewing Co.

More than half a million people are hungover at work on any given day and the figures is set to soar during the World Cup, experts say.

Nearly one in 10 Britons head to the office suffering from the after effects of too much alcohol at least twice a week, a poll of 1,000 people by charity Drinkaware suggests.

This works out as 520,000 fragile-feeling people heading in to work each day. Daily Mail Reporter

Boy those Brits like their booze, but I've heard from more than one friend today that they have "election hangovers" from staying up late to follow the results of yesterday's voting. On behalf of those poor souls, I ask: What's the best remedy for a hangover-- election-induced or otherwise?




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Cindy Hval
Cindy Hval is a freelance columnist for the Voices neighborhood sections. Her Front Porch column appears twice a month in the Thursday Voice.








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