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Sprite may stem the effects of a hangover, according to a study released Sept. 2013 (credit: Facebook/Sprite)

Hungover? Research Indicates Sprite May Be Cure-All

A study published in the September 2013 issue of Food and Function showed that chemicals in the non-caffeinated beverage can halt that awful next-day feeling.

10/09/2013

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Seen At 11: IV Drips Are The Latest Rage … But Are They Safe?

Yost and Young are part of a growing trend of people who seek out customized, intravenous cocktails at wellness centers and spas across the country. Experts told CBS 2 that the formula of vitamins and minerals could provide instant relief for a number of ailments.

02/25/2013

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Study: Certain Foods Cause Hangover-Like Effects

The study shows nuts, cheese and even baked goods can contribute to the hungover feeling.

12/27/2012

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FDA Approves Hangover ‘Remedy’

“Really, it targets all of the major symptoms,” said creator Brenna Haysom. “The thing that’s special about is it works so quickly.”

12/03/2011