Alcohol: It’s enough to make your head ache

By Bill Ralston In Life

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27th December, 2012
At the risk of raising the New Year ire of those readers who insist I write too often about the demon drink, it is my public duty to pass on some timely information I recently discovered. Between 25% and 30% of people may, in fact, be physically resistant to hangovers. This is useful information for those of us who have overindulged, then been irritated to find some fellow revellers as perky as hell the next day while we wandered about with a mouthful of parrot droppings and a head that felt as if it had been cleaved in two. A Boston University study managed to get 172 people drunk, then ...

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