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Can running help cure your hangover?

Some athletes swear by the sweat-through-the-misery technique. Like 800-meter Olympian Nick Symmonds: “I find that exercise is the best recovery [for me],” he tells Runner’s World , adding that he’s spent many a track practice, especially in college, spewing sweat that smelled suspiciously of beer. He isn’t alone. Runners like to drink—science even says so. Last year, a study published in Frontiers in Psychiatry found that exercise and alcohol consumption were positively correlated . In essence, while athletes are less likely than their non-fit peers to engage in most unhealthy behaviors, such as donut-eating or smoking, they’re more likely to drink. Technically this is an example of correlation and not causation: running doesn’t make you drink, and drinking doesn’t make you run (unless someone dares you to streak), but scientists are puzzled by the seemingly counterintuit...

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