After the Party

The best way to avoid a hangover is to go easy on the grog. But if you don't, try these remedies

Whether you think the world's coming to an end in the next two weeks or the Y2K bug is a bust, one thing is certain. Come Jan. 1, millions of millennium-happy revelers will be nursing Apocalypse-size hangovers. Despite thousands of years of experience with the effects of overindulging, however, there are no perfect remedies to heal their headaches or tame their tummies. In fact, most scientists won't even consider searching for a hangover cure for fear of what might happen if they succeed. But there are a few things you can do--and one or two things you should absolutely avoid--to soften...

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