A sleep expert from the University of California at Davis says the switch to daylight saving time takes a definite physical toll, but can have other benefits. Alexei Koseff The Sacramento Bee
A sleep expert from the University of California at Davis says the switch to daylight saving time takes a definite physical toll, but can have other benefits. Alexei Koseff The Sacramento Bee
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March 11, 2016 4:12 PM

Daylight saving time will make you feel worse, but has its advantages

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