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1 in 3 Americans say they don't look forward to yearly time changes

Research suggests the switch from standard to daylight saving time can be tough on the body. Image: Unsplash/Lukas Blazek

Beth Ann Malow

Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics, Vanderbilt University

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When darkness onsets later in the evening, our sleeping patterns can be affected Image: Unsplash/Wilhelm Gunkel

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