Drinking alcohol without getting drunk is a difficult task. One too many drinks can easily result in a nasty hangover. But in the future, you may never need to worry about that again. British scientists are busy developing an alcohol substitute
Hangovers vary from person to person but they are generally characterised by a headache, feeling tired, sickness, nausea and dehydration, which is one of the main causes of hangover symptoms.
If you need to disguise a hangover, the answer may be found in your make-up bag. Using just a couple of products, our expert shows just how it's done in our video tutorial, above. Meanwhile, one man claims he can cure a hangover in just 11
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Let’s face it. You probably lost count of how many times you sipped on your friend’s “extra special” mixed New Year’s Eve punch. We’ve all been there. But just because you indulged a little more than intended the night before, that doesn’t mean you have to look like it. To keep you from appearing like a hot hung-over mess, we’ve rounded up nine beauty hacks that’ll help you put your best face forward the morning after.
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In life-changing news of the day, Dutch beer maker Thomas Gesink, has revealed he could well have uncovered the secret to making beer which gets you nicely sozzled, but doesn’t leave you bed-bound the following day. Apparently it all came about when the De Prael brewery in Amsterdam was challenged to create an alcoholic tipple that reduced the effect of a hangover.
The happy high of a night spent chugging the cocktails followed by the crushing low of a head-pounding, nausea-inducing hangover. Well this common weekend dilemma could soon be a thing of the past thanks to the discovery of a new type of synthetic alcohol, which promises to kick hangovers to the curb! A professor from Imperial College London claims to have officially created hangover-free alcohol.