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Your Day in Health: September 1

A supplement for drinkers

News

Your Day in Health: September 1

A supplement for drinkers

Thrillist: THE SUPPLEMENT YOU SHOULD ABSOLUTELY CONSIDER IF YOU LIKE TO DRINK

"What most people don't realize is that, rather than eating 'tons of meat' to heal after a night of alcohol use (which doesn't work anyway), an herb called milk thistle might help protect your liver from damage." Read full story.

ICYMI: Eat This, Not That! for Hangovers

Grub Street: Americans Finally Waking Up to the Idea That Orange Juice Is Not Some Magical Morning Elixir

"The main problem, of course, is that commercial orange juice is loaded up with sugar. There are 24 grams of sugar in just eight ounces of Minute Maid 100 percent orange juice. But the OJ Mafia argues Americans shouldn’t be concerned about orange juice because the sugar in it is awesome…" Read full story.

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SCIENCE DAILY: 'Morning People' Self-Sabotage Less At Night, Night Owls' Less At Sunrise

A study by psychological researchers at Indiana University shows that people are more likely to undermine their performance at stressful tasks when they're operating at 'peak capacity' based on their preferred time of the day. The seemingly counterintuitive results, recently reported in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, are based on an investigation into the connection between people's circadian rhythm and risk of 'self-handicapping,' or self-sabotage." Read full story.

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