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Science Says: How daylight saving time affects health
by Lindsey Tanner
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31 October 2019
On 31 October 2019 The Associated Press reported:
As clocks tick toward the end of daylight saving time, many sleep scientists and circadian biologists are pushing for a permanent ban because of potential ill effects on human health. Research shows the springtime start of daylight saving time may be more harmful, linking it with more car accidents, heart attacks in vulnerable people, and other health problems that may persist throughout the time change.
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