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Day: January 14, 2020

What really happens to your body when you’re hungover
Featured, Life Style

What really happens to your body when you’re hungover

    Alcohol has a diuretic effect, which means it removes fluids from the body. It causes you to wee more often which leads to dehydration, causing symptoms such as headache, fatigue and dry mouth the day after. So what can you do to help relieve the throbbing after a night out on the town? First step: rehydrate The first way to get over a hangover is to start drinking lots of water. This will help rehydrate the body and therefore reduce symptoms. Drinking lots of water, especially before you go to sleep after a night out will help your recovery. And you could try rehydration sachets, such as Dioralyte which will help replace lost minerals and salt, especially if you have been sick. Then: Grab a painkiller Over the counter painkillers are useful to help with head...
One dead in Spain after chemical blast
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One dead in Spain after chemical blast

    One person has died in the Spanish province of Tarragona after an explosion at a chemical plant, according to several local media outlets. Four people are also being treated for "major burns", local officials say. Officials in the region, which is home to a major chemical industry, have issued an emergency alert as a result of the explosion. Emergency services have called the explosion, which reportedly happened at the Iqoxe plant, a "chemical accident", and have advised people in the area to stay inside and close windows and doors until officials can assess the severity of the incident. They add, however: "There is no evidence of a toxic cloud". Videos online show a huge fire in the area, with a mushroom cloud floating above the plant following the explosion. ...
Prince Harry all set to go to Vancouver
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Prince Harry all set to go to Vancouver

    Prince Harry is preparing to join his wife Meghan and baby Archie in Canada at the end of the week following a constructive summit on the young family's future within the monarchy. They are believed to be staying at the $14 million mansion on Vancouver Island where the family spent their extended Christmas break. It has been reported that the waterfront home is owned by Hollywood mogul Frank Giustra, although he has denied this. It came as Justin Trudeau offered his support to Harry and Meghan and said most Canadians would welcome the couple making their home there. The Canadian Prime Minister said there were still lots of discussions to have but backed the couple’s wish to spend much of their time in the Commonwealth country, where Harry's grandmother the Queen i...