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New Year’s Day is National Hangover Day

Gage Goulding

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New Year’s Day is National Hangover Day

Gage Goulding, News Editor

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MOON TOWNSHIP (RMU SENTRY MEDIA/CNN) – Depending on how hard you celebrated on Monday night to bring in the new year, you may be observing National Hangover Day.

The nationwide observance of hangovers is each year on the first of January, when Americans are most likely to be feeling the effects of drinking the night before.

Symptoms of hangovers include exhaustion, a pounding headache and nausea.

If you’re suffering from a hangover, it’s best to observe National Hangover Day by getting a lot of rest, eat well-balanced meals and rehydrate with healthy fluids.

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Gage Goulding, News Editor

Gage Goulding is a senior Applied Journalism major with a minor in Public Relations. Gage is the Lead Anchor for RMU Live as well as a package reporter...

Megan Shandel, Photo Assistant

Megan is a news anchor for the Monday RMU-Live show, a package reporter, creates and runs graphics for Colonial Game Day, Colonial Sports Center, and RMU...

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