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Daylight saving time harms adolescents’ health, experts warn

Earlier sunrises and shorter days mark the end of daylight saving time for the majority of the country, and experts warn your health and well-being could take a toll if you’re not in Arizona or Hawaii, which don’t change their clocks. Sleep-schedule realignment is especially disruptive for adolescents, although humans of all ages operate by


Opinion: Changing Clocks Twice a Year Is Harmful to Your Wallet and Your Health

Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends at 2:00 am Sunday, November 1, and most Americans — those not living in Arizona, Hawaii, or our outlying territories (Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and Guam, among others) — will again suffer the consequences. The consequences are not limited to the time and trouble of moving the

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