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“Hangover” is the term used to describe the group of symptoms that occur after having drunk too much alcohol. In most cases, the more alcohol a person drinks, the more likely they are to suffer from a hangover once the effects of alcohol have worn off.
Individuals with inactive heterozygous ALDH2, a tendency to alcohol flushing have a greater susceptibility to hangovers

Individuals with inactive heterozygous ALDH2, a tendency to alcohol flushing have a greater susceptibility to hangovers

Continuous drinking for as little as eight weeks affects learning and memory up to 12 weeks later

Continuous drinking for as little as eight weeks affects learning and memory up to 12 weeks later

People living with HIV in rural communities may face different barriers to taking proper care of themselves

People living with HIV in rural communities may face different barriers to taking proper care of themselves

Heavy drinking by college students poses many serious dangers

Heavy drinking by college students poses many serious dangers

Opuntia ficus indica, a type of prickly pear cactus reduces hangover symptoms

Opuntia ficus indica, a type of prickly pear cactus reduces hangover symptoms