As we think about Alaska and Daylight Saving Time, it is worth considering light and how it affects sleep. Most people think
"The best way to help your body adjust is to get up at the same time every day."
"'Daylight saving time is awesome!' Said no parent ever."
"So farmers don't stab themselves in the foot with their pitchforks."
And even though an hour doesn't seem like much in the grand scheme of things, those 60 lost minutes of shut-eye can have
By jumping forward an hour, regions are able to maximize the hours of sunlight during regular daytime hours. The practice
Before we had our sons, the extra hour every fall meant more time to work, explore New York or watch one more episode of our latest binge. Now, the end of Daylight Saving Time represents waking up in the dark and adding 60 more minutes to the grouchiest part of our evening.
While a change may never come, at the very least, greater awareness will move us in the right direction. But, it seems there's
On March 10, Americans will set their clocks forward an hour in the biannual ritual known as Daylight Saving Time (DST). But
In this highlight from the event, Charles Czeisler, M.D. Ph.D., chief of the division of sleep medicine at Brigham and Women's
While only about 1 percent of drivers crash because of drowsiness each year, that equals a total of 1.9 million drivers, according
Benjamin Franklin has been credited with the idea of Daylight Saving Time, but Britain and Germany began using the concept