Since the Fourth of July is next Tuesday, there's a decent chance you're going to have a brutal hangover when you go to work the next day. Here's how you should handle it: Don't go.

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According to an expert from the University of Bath in England, doing your job hungover is worse than not doing it at all.

83% of employees say a hangover has a negative effect on their performance, 33% say they work slower, and 22% say they make serious mistakes.

Oh, and hangovers are also more likely to lead to fights with your coworkers or your boss. So yeah, it's probably better to just take a sick day.

Read more at The Conversation.