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Here’s Why Health Experts Want to Stop Daylight-Saving Time

Mar 5, 2020

Early Sunday morning, most people in America will spring forward and move their clocks one hour ahead to daylight-saving time. It is good news for those who enjoy more daylight in the evening. But experts say a growing body of evidence shows that the annual time shift is bad for our health, disrupting our circadian rhythms and sleep and leading to a higher immediate risk of heart attacks, strokes, atrial fibrillation and potentially car accidents...

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