Medically, the condition is called "veisalgia" -- from the Norwegian kveis or "uneasiness following debauchery," and the Greek algia, otherwise known as "pain."
But you probably just call it a hangover.
The helpful PR coordinators at the American College of Physicians resent information about a review, published back in 2000, titled simply The Alcohol Hangover.
Q: I am considering enrolling in one of the Covered California plans. How will my coverage work if I am traveling out of state or out of the country and need medical care?
I’m adding one other part to Suellen’s question: What happens when traveling within California?
People over 65 tend not to worry much about health insurance, because of Medicare, the government insurance program for the elderly and the disabled. But while Medicare is available to virtually all citizens, starting at age 65, immigrants legally present in the U.S. for less than five years are not eligible.
Q: If my husband’s employer offers health care insurance but it is unaffordable, where does that leave us? Will we qualify for help under Obamacare or will we be out in the cold? We make about $45,000 annually.
A: Apparently, lots of you dislike the health insurance options offered by your employers.
Carrie from the Sacramento suburbs submitted this question, but I’ve received a crush of similar queries from all over the state.