Hangovers: Cures, Myth, Fact

The Atlantic had an interesting one-pager on hangovers. Two facts:

  • Hangovers result in $148 billion in lost productivity in the U.S. each year
  • One of the most enduring folk cures is “hair of the dog”—so named after an antique and charming belief that one can avoid rabies by applying to a dog bite some hair snipped from the offending cur. (As a hangover euphemism, the term dates at least to 1546.)

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