Advocates say daylight saving time saves energy and wins wars. But studies show that injuries and illnesses rise when the clocks change.
By Laura Gant, The Conversation
Daylight saving time, which usually begins the first week of April, will be start earlier by four weeks starting this year, due to federal legislation passed in 2005. Two authors examine the impact of advancing the start of daylight saving…
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