This weekend people across the United States will lose an hour of sleep when the clocks jump forward an hour for daylight saving time.
"Daylight saving time makes it easier for folks to do stuff around the farm, particularly with another hour in the evening".
Time to abide by the adage to spring forward (though it's not yet spring). Earlier school start times are linked to depression and anxiety in teenagers, as well as chronic sleep deprivation.
"There's not a huge change in activity, other than with the time change people are obviously getting up a little bit earlier and they're looking to get done a little earlier, so the playground becomes a little more used, and we see more people walking the loop outside", she said.More news: Captain Marvel Weekend Numbers Surpass $455 Million
Both the Senate and House measures would only take effect if Congress passes legislation allowing states to observe daylight saving time year-round. A standard method in empirical economics in recent years is to look for "natural experiments", which are situations where Daylight Saving Time was or was not imposed in a way that offers a chance for some comparisons. The Englishman published the 1907 brochure "The Waste of Daylight" and spent much of his personal fortune evangelizing with missionary zeal for the adoption of "summer time". "What if we kept it standard time?".
The idea started in Germany during World War I and began, sometimes haphazardly, being adopted in the US circa 1966 - 53 years ago.
That said, a few states (Arizona, Hawaii) and most of the US territories-Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and America Samoa-already skip the seasonal clock-flipping.More news: Ban Ki-moon, Tony Blair grace Akash-Shloka's grand wedding
Even though that second cup of coffee may seem tempting, doctors advise you to avoid overdoing it on caffeine over the next few days as your body adjust to its new sleep rhythm. Although Franklin may be credited with the idea of Daylight saving time, he actually only proposed a change in sleep schedules, not changing time itself. Lawmakers representing farmers introduced almost two dozen bills to repeal it; one MS congressman urged, "Repeal the law and have the clocks proclaim God's time and tell the truth!"
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has more on drowsy driving.
I don't think it's a stretch to say that if NY makes the change, it could spur a number of states in the Northeast to follow suit.More news: Protesters Go On Feminist Strike in Madrid to Celebrate Int'l Women's Day