Volume 96, Issue 84
Tuesday March 11, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Thursday, March 6, 2003 - 12:30 p.m.

Beth Kerim /Gazette
YOU'RE SO PRETTY AND THERE'S EIGHT OF YOU. Sometimes the brain and body do not function as one. Be responsible, leave a tip.

Cheers to beers but be prepared

The Germans call it "katzenjammer" – the wailing of cats. The Norwegians call it "jeg har tommermenn" – workmen in my head. The Italians call it "stonato" – out of tune. The Swedes call it "hont i haret" – pain of the roots of my hair.

Despite the various translations of the word "hangover," the feelings associated are universal. Whatever you end up calling it, some Sunday mornings, you can't help but wish you were dead.




Take a world tour of remedies

For as long as people have been suffering from hangovers, cures for this ailment have also been sought. These cures stray far from the normal aspirin and water remedy, but are guaranteed to cure the after-effects of a wild night. The next time you find yourself boarding the porcelain bus, make sure it makes a stop in one of these countries.



What inhibitions?

Alcohol is to many university students what milk was to grade school kids. We all know milk "does a body good" and we all know the social joys of a night of drinking, but what does liquor do to your body?

 

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