“Hair of the dog” refers to a common practice that assumes the familiar effects of an alcoholic hangover—nausea, dry mouth, cloudy-headed thinking, headache, fatigue, dizziness, general queasiness, even cardiac irregularities—can actually be lessened or even eliminated by drinking ...

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