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The spring time change results in a loss of an hour of sleep. It might not seem like a big deal, but researchers have found car accidents, strokes, and heart attacks spike in the days after the March time change. (Photo: iStock)

If you hate daylight saving time and all the confusion and sleep deprivation it brings, you now have solid data on your side. A wave of new research is bolstering arguments against changing our clocks twice a year.


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