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LIVE SMARTER NOT HARDER: Daylight Savings Time Is Bad for Us? Here’s What Doctors Say…

Changing the clocks twice a year has a negative impact on our health.

The American Academy of Medicine has called for an end to daylight savings time; because the loss of one hour in the spring magnifies heart health issues, causes an increase in car crashes…  And it leads to an uptick in emergency room visits due to both home and workplace accidents.

Plus, the misalignment of humans’ internal clocks increases the risk of obesity, metabolic syndrome, depression and cancer.

Check up on more, here:  (UPI)

 

  • Changing the clocks increases heart problems, a risk of obesity, metabolic syndrome, depression and cancer.

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