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By Daryl Davies
University of Southern California 

Hangovers happen as your body tries to protect itself from alcohol's toxic effects

 

December 20, 2019



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Daryl Davies, University of Southern California; Joshua Silva, University of Southern California, and Terry David Church, University of Southern California

(THE CONVERSATION) Debaucherous evening last night? You're probably dealing with veisalgia right now.

More commonly known as a hangover, this unpleasant phenomenon has been dogging humanity since our ancestors first happened upon fermentation.

Those nasty vertigo-inducing, cold sweat-promoting and vomit-producing sensations a...



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