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Hangover Helpers
Hangover Helpers

AIR DATE: September 6, 2013

Of course the ideal way to prevent a hangover is to not overindulge in booze. But let's get real, this is Las Vegas. Two experts on hangover recovery tell us what works and what doesn't. For example, is 'hair of the dog' effective? And should hangovers even be cured or are they a fitting punishment for overindulging?


Dr. James Schaefer, Union College Professor of Anthropology, drinking and hangover expert

Dr. Jason Burke, anesthesiologist and founder of Hangover Heaven

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