Yale Students Have Found A Hangover Cure That Works

Did somebody say weekday drinks?

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As you get older, if all goes well, the passing of time brings you many rewarding things; friends become more dear and cherished, at some point you may make a house a home, and each day on this green earth bequeaths you a little more wisdom.

It also makes your hangovers increasingly hideous.

Though you once had been able to day and night drink on a three-day holiday with your school gals in Zante or Malia, with each passing year you find it more and more difficult to warrant a mid-week pint or two.

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By the time your career is flourishing, the thought of partaking in the most British of past-times (binge drinking, obvs) is fettered by the though of the next day's Hell.

Well, fear not, there is hope on the horizon, those clever clogs over at Yale (always figuring something out aren't they?) have come up with the hangover cure to end all hangover cures.

It's called SunUp, which reminds us a bit too much of Sunny D if we're honest, but what can you do?

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Margaret Morse, a major in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology and Liam McClintock, a competitive athlete came up with this magical tool, alongside a team of professors and healthcare and pharmaceutical advisors.

SunUp is a powdered, citrus flavoured supplement that you dissolve in water à la Berocca (you, but on a good day, remember?), but, instead of Berocca, you don't shove it in your morning glass of water (or, as we call it on a hangover 'that sweet nectar'), you drink it before you go out.

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Say whaaaaaa?

The all-natural supplement tackles the four main elements of a hangover.

Self-loathing, anxiety, remorse and humiliation?

Unfortunately not.

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No, more like the physiological reasons you feel like sh** the next day. We're still in.

This handy illustration explains how the magical powder works.

Sounds blummin' good.

The pharmaceutical team they are working with needed $20,000 to get SunUp on the market, and their crowdfunding page is boasting almost $40,000.

Alas, it doesn't look like SunUp is going to be available in UK, which is SO unfair because we totally invented day drinking?

Somebody start a petition ASAP.

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