Sunday, March 06, 2016

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Daytime saving: 'Significant risk increase' of a stroke associated with the clocks changing

6 comments:

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

Uh oh.

Deb said...

In that case, we can expect a spike next weekend.

Rick Robinson said...

What we need is Daylight Savings Time to go on and off TWICE A YEAR! Or maybe make the shift TWO HOURS instead of just one. Think how gray it would be to wake up on New Year's Day and find it's two hours earlier than you expected, or rather that you're running two hours late for the parades and stuff. Yep twice year, two hours at a pop. THAT'S why we need. Watch 'em drop like flies.

Rick Robinson said...

damn auto correct. should have been "think how great it would..."

Rick Robinson said...

also, warning about irritating self-starting video/audio on article site is needed.

Bill Crider said...

Sorry about the lack of a warning. I have the self-playing video function blocked, so I forget about those things.