Treating the Hiccups NPR's Scott Simon talks to Dr. Beatrice Golomb, who teaches medicine at the University of California, San Diego, about what causes hiccups, and how to get rid of them. A state lawmaker from Pennsylvania has been hospitalized since July for a case of the hiccups that won't go away.
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Treating the Hiccups

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Treating the Hiccups

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NPR's Scott Simon talks to Dr. Beatrice Golomb, who teaches medicine at the University of California, San Diego, about what causes hiccups, and how to get rid of them. A state lawmaker from Pennsylvania has been hospitalized since July for a case of the hiccups that won't go away.