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Why Are We So Sleep Deprived, and Why Does It Matter?

This article by Michael S. Jaffee, University of Florida was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. As we prepare to "spring forward" for daylight saving time on March 11, many of us dread the loss of the hour's sleep we incur by moving our clocks forward. Show More Summary

EGLX was my first gaming convention and it won't be my last

I’m not entirely sure an early weekend in March, the weekend where daylight saving begins and we all lose an hour of sleep on Sunday, is the best time to hold a video game convention. I don’t remember a point during the five days I was...Show More Summary

11 Beauty Products That'll Hide A Bad Night's Sleep

Daylight saving time got you feeling tired? These products have you covered.

Daylight Saving Time

Sunday March 11 is time to spring forward at 2:00am to 3:00am.

Daylight Saving Time

Sunday March 11 is time to spring forward at 2:00am to 3:00am.

Daylight Saving Time Tied To Energy Policy & Saving Money

Think you know why we have Daylight Saving Time? It's really about money and energy policy. Here's the scoop.

5 tips for surviving the time change

Ugh. It's the worst night of the year: Time to "spring" forward and lose a precious hour of sleep Sunday. The transition to daylight saving time can be especially brutal, said Dr. Alon Y. Avidan, director of the UCLA Sleep Disorders Center. “The body has a harder time adjusting to losing sleep,”...

Daylight Saving Time

Sunday March 11 is time to spring forward at 2:00am to 3:00am.

DST and tax-deductible donations can help save wildlife

Don't hate losing an hour to Daylight Saving Time. The clock change, along with charitable donations, could save koalas and other wildlife. (Photo by Arnaud Gaillard via Wikipedia CC) How are y'all feeling after losing that hour of sleep last night, or rather early this morning? Me, not so good. Show More Summary

Time To Spring Forward

Daylight Saving Time returns this weekend (2am Sunday, to be exact), so set your clocks to spring forward.One less hour of sleep, always a lot of fun if you have a kid or pet who's firmly tied to a 24-hour schedule.On the flip side, it means that evening light will last until at least 6:30 next week, and we're sick of winter, so we'll take what we can.

This App Will Help Everyone Struggling With Restless Sleep

3 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

Sleep is a luxury that most of us have a hard time to come by. Anything can affect you getting quality REM cycles especially that pesky Daylight Savings Time that recently made us lose that precious extra hour last week. That’s where Pzizz Pro comes in. Pzizz Pro is the most advanced sleep and nap […]

The dark side of daylight saving time

A train hurtled around a corner at 82 mph, eventually coming off the rails and killing four passengers. Decades earlier, faulty decision-making resulted in the deaths of the seven-person crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger. Years before these events, a stuck valve regulating the supply of coolant...

One Hundred Years Later, the Madness of Daylight Saving Time Endures

The original arguments Congress made for 'springing ahead' have been thoroughly debunked. So why are they still being used today?

The Strange 100-Year History of Daylight Saving Time

Get the facts about the biannual tradition, which was established in the U.S. in 1918.

10 things you didn't know about daylight saving time

Here are 10 fun facts about daylight saving time that you may not have known.        

Daylight Savings Prep: One Simple Way to "Spring Forward" Without Losing Sleep or Sanity

It's that time of year again: Sunday, March 11 is the official start of daylight savings time, which means you're likely to wake up Sunday morning wondering why you slept in so late, and then spend most of Monday struggling to function. Show More Summary

Never Time for Daylight Saving

I'm already dreading it. On Sunday, March 11, at 2 a.m., daylight saving time, the practice of moving our clocks forward one hour in the spring and backward one hour in the fall, will commence. When I wake on March 11 at my regular time - which w... Continue reading ?

No fair: Florida is trying to opt out of Daylight Saving Time clock changes

Because the Sunshine State apparently doesn’t get enough Sunshine, Florida lawmakers today overwhelmingly approved a bill that could allow it to stay in Daylight Saving Time all year long. The bill, which was already approved by the state’s assembly, has won broad approval in the state Senate, with a 33-2 vote. Show More Summary

This is how seasoned parents get kids through daylight saving time

From blackout curtains to wearing them out, parents and sleep experts share how they adjust kids to the time change.

Spring Ahead! Daylight Saving Time Begins

It’s that time again! Time to SPRING AHEAD! or Spring Forward however you want to look at it. Basically for most of us we set our clocks ahead an hour before we go to bed. If we don't we may be late for church or even work. #timechange...Show More Summary

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