NORTHERN CALIFORNIA - It’s that time of year again when we all “Spring Forward' its Daylight Savings Time!
Remember on Sunday we all have to set our clocks ahead one hour.
And if you feel a bit off after changing the clocks - it's not your imagination.
A Swedish study indicates the time change can actually be dangerous.
In the first few days after losing an hour of sleep.
The risk of having a car accident or heart attack goes up by almost 25 percent.
The concept of changing the time began in the U.S. back in 1918, as a way to squeeze the most out of the day before the sunset and to save electricity.
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