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    If you've had a hangover, you know it's not fun. The price for drinking too much is a headache, nausea, possible vomiting, and dizziness. Whisky and dark wine are known for producing stronger symptoms in many people. Myths abound about hangover cures, but most "remedies" are nothing more than a rumor. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about what causes a hangover, how to prevent a hangover, home "remedies" that some claim can treat a hangover, and much more.

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    Thumbnail: How to Help a Hangover

    hile there’s no magic pill that can erase a hangover, there are things you can do to feel a little better the next day. Use these tips before, during, and after drinking to help take the edge off.

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