The length of a day has critical impacts on our technologies, navigation, and more.
The time change can make you feel jet-lagged.
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Two sleep doctors offer some survival tips to help you adjust to losing that hour of sleep as clocks spring forward into daylight saving time.
Changing clocks twice a year may be more than just a biannual annoyance.
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By altering the body’s internal clock, ‘springing forward’ may contribute to an increase in heart attacks and strokes.
Time changes interrupt our internal “body clock”.
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Time changes make many people feel tired, irritable, and unable to sleep.
A New York engineer is wheeled away in December 2013, after a train he was driving crashed. Lack of sleep could have been a factor.
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Most Americans dread the time switch to daylight saving time, which results in a loss of an hour’s sleep. The downside is more serious than that – it can lead to workplace injuries and traffic fatalities.