Next time you wake up with an oh-my-god-what-did-I-do hangover ruing the existence of alcohol, don't go blaming the whole thing just on what you drank. If you smoked the night before, puffing away on a cancer stick can make hangovers even worse. Scientists at Brown University's Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies followed 113 students and found that those who smoked on the same day they drank were more likely to suffer from hangovers and have more intense ones when they did. Researchers still aren't clear why there's a connection between smoking and hangovers, but there's always one sure-fire way to avoid them. [Source]
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