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Asparagus: An unlikely hangover cure
Festivities that surround the holidays can sometimes literally be a headache, thanks to drinking too much alcohol. Now researchers are offering a potential hangover cure that comes from eating certain parts of asparagus.
British Asparagus Festival cancelled due to a lack of asparagus
The annual British Asparagus Festival has been cancelled due to a lack of the principal vegetable. Poor weather in the UK has led to an insufficient quantity of asparagus being available.
NASA says asparagus should grow well on Mars
Chris V. Thangham
NASA scientists speculate that Phoenix Mars Lander has found enough nutrients in the Martian soil to support life, especially asparagus.
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