Fall Back

Daylight Saving Time: 4 negative effects on the mind and body to watch for

Here's what to expect when clocks fall back.

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This Sunday, the U.S. is scheduled to set the clocks back – leaving us with an additional hour of daylight in the early morning, and one hour fewer in the afternoon. It marks the end of daylight saving time, (DST) which began in March.

The experience might leave you feeling a bit groggy.

It's not all in your head.

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