Daylight Saving Time News
Bad news night owls: People who go to bed later may be at higher risk of poor health
People who describe themselves as an “evening person” may be at higher risk of poor health compared to morning types. The new study followed over 430,000 adults in the United Kingdom between the ages 38 to 73 for six and a half years. At the end of this period, the researchers compared the
Girl Scouts celebrate their 106th birthday on 'GMA'
Girl Scouts members appear live on "GMA" to honor the day the first troop was registered on March 12, 1912, plus many returning to work after daylight saving time dub today National Nap Day.
Daylight saving time : Does it affect your health?
You’ve just lost an hour of sleep today -- will it hurt you? As the clock moves forward with the beginning of daylight saving time , what was, for example, 5 a.m. was actually 6 a.m. We lose an hour on the clock to get more daylight into our day in the morning. As we get closer to spring, the
Pros and cons of keeping daylight saving time year-round
Daylight saving time turns 100 years old on Sunday as lawmakers around the country are looking into making the time change permanent.
How daylight saving time works and why these states want to ditch it
Most Americans will be moving their clocks forward on Sunday morning for daylight saving time , but at least two U.S. states are looking to end the tradition of re-setting the time twice a year. A bill to allow the Sunshine State to remain on daylight saving time year-round has been sent to Florida
President Trump arrives in Japan
President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe celebrated their personal friendship and strategic alliance with custom white hats and nine holes of golf on the first official stop of Trump's 13-day Asia tour.
Major winter storm slams the Southeast
More than half the nation is under winter storm alerts as two weather systems collide, bringing snow and ice.
Daylight saving time is coming
Dr. Juan Rivera discusses ways to minimize any health effects from the change in time.
Tips for surviving switch to Daylight Saving Time
If you're dreading the start of Daylight Saving Time this weekend, here are a few tips from experts on how to ease into your new schedule without wanting to break your alarm clock. Eat Dinner Early Our sleep cycle is impacted by our appetite, so try eating earlier if you want extra shut-eye before
Twins' Daylight Saving Time Birth Results in Bizarre Age Twist
A. I. I. It's. Okay.