The latest potentially brilliant idea to come out of Vegas is a bus that comes around with an alleged cure for even the worst of your party hangovers. Once on the bus, treatment can take less than an hour for a $90 basic IV of saline solution, B vitamins and vitamin C. A premium package, $150, includes two bags. For an extra fee, Burke will bring treatment to a tourist's hotel room. Dr. Jason Burke, a board-certified anesthesiologist, was taking to The Strip in his Hangover Heaven bus to charge vacationers and locals nursing a hangover for a "cure" that can leave you hangover-free in 45 minutes. "I don't think that Hangover Heaven is promoting drinking. I'm not eliminating hangovers," Burke told The Associated Press. "The goal of the business is to get people back to their vacation. I'm decreasing the length of time they're going to be hung over." 

So everybody, what do you think about paying for a rolling hangover cure??

The latest potentially brilliant idea to come out of Vegas is a bus that comes around with an alleged cure for even the worst of your party hangovers. Once on the bus, treatment can take less than an hour for a $90 basic IV of saline solution, B vitamins and vitamin C. A premium package, $150, includes two bags. For an extra fee, Burke will bring treatment to a tourist’s hotel room. Dr. Jason Burke, a board-certified anesthesiologist, was taking to The Strip in his Hangover Heaven bus to charge vacationers and locals nursing a hangover for a “cure” that can leave you hangover-free in 45 minutes. “I don’t think that Hangover Heaven is promoting drinking. I’m not eliminating hangovers,” Burke told The Associated Press. “The goal of the business is to get people back to their vacation. I’m decreasing the length of time they’re going to be hung over.”

So everybody, what do you think about paying for a rolling hangover cure??

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