Happy New Year

Welcome to the new year. If you're anything like me you spent last night home alone re-watching episodes of Torchwood. If you're like most everyone else, you might have enjoyed the company of friends as well as the company that makes your favorite adult beverages. I'm sure you had fun last night, but maybe today you aren't enjoying yourself quite as much. Here some suggestions to help you feel better.

How to Cure a Hangover by Salvatore Calabrese with cartoons by Gray Jolliffe
All the hangover cures recommended by Salvatore Calabrese were created by the world’s leading bartenders. The book also includes the science of the hangover, and the history of hangover cures since antiquity.
Natural remedies you already own that, shockingly, will make that nausea disappear. Jane Scrivner gives you permission to eat. All day. Seriously.
The Hangover Handbook  by David Outerbridge
Outerbridge provides a profusion of guidance and a little entertainment for everyone enduring the wrath of the grape. The cures range from the well tried to exotic.
Home Remedies from a Country Doctor  by Jay Heinrichs and Dorothy Behlen Heinrichs
Delightful folksy anecdotes from country doctors are sure to make you smile as you follow practical, drug-free, country-tested remedies, including how to get rid of that hangover you can't shake.
Of course you could just zone out on the couch, feeling bad with the Hangover Trilogy starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis. Part One, Part Two and Part Three are all available to put on hold at Eisenhower.
Chris, Marketing