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Sobering up on beer!

 

Everyday science with a helpful cure for your hangover!

 

What could be better than having a wild Wednesday night and waking up without a hangover, all ready to go for your Thursday morning lectures? You would think it’s not possible, but it is!

Scientists at Griffiths University, Australia, have brewed up this magical beer that reduces the chances of a hangover. Instead, it hydrates the body by replacing lost fluids and does not cause dehydration like normal alcoholic drinks.

To make this magic brew, scientists modified the recipe of a normal beer. They reduced its alcohol content and added electrolytes to it. Electrolytes are the rehydrating component of sports drinks. It wouldn’t be bad at all for freshers’ week!

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