Don't knock it 'til you try it.
We want to know.
Misery loves company.
And no, it's surprisingly not just plain water.
Move over, Bloody Mary.
First things first, drink some water.
No one wakes up on New Year's Day with the energy for yeasted waffles.
There's actual scientific evidence behind these hangover helpers, so listen up.
Don't deny it, you know you need this list.
This is science. We consulted a nutritionist and everything.
But do they work?
Plus Robert Redford and Will Ferrel have an historic debate, Cookie Monster becomes the "Wolf of Sesame Street," and reviews of 9 "hangover cures."
Let's tackle this.
Hydration is paramount.
Please make it stop.
All these remedies have at least some scientific backing.
Here's how to legitimately cure your hangover, using scientifically proven tips. You're welcome.
Gatorade finally makes a commercial for the people who actually drink it.
A hangover for every alcohol. Complete with unique symptoms and cures for each nausea-inducing type.
According to BLOGJAM, it might just be. The blogger claims that ice cream's coolness and Vitamin B12 combined with the the tummy ache-healing pink-power of Pepto might actually cure the worst of hangovers.
A demonstration video on yoga moves that will cure a hangover.
An over-the-counter pill that claims to prevent hangovers if taken before drinking.
National Geographic offers up an interactive graphic featuring hangover cures from across the globe.