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There's a spike in heart attacks during the first week of Daylight Saving Time, according to a study published in 2008. The loss of an hour's sleep may make people more susceptible to an attack. When Daylight Saving Time ends in the fall, heart attacks briefly become less frequent than usual.
People are safer drivers during daylight hours, and researchers have found that Daylight Saving Time reduces lethal car crashes and pedestrian strikes. In fact, a study concluded that observing Daylight Saving Time year-round would annually prevent about 195 deaths of motor vehicle occupants and about 171 pedestrian fatalities.
Two states — Arizona and Hawaii — and four U.S. territories — American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands — don't observe Daylight Saving Time.
The first American to advocate for daylight saving was Benjamin Franklin. He realized in 1784 that many people burned candles at night yet slept past dawn in the summer, wasting early-morning sunlight.
Find out America's fattest state, and where South Carolina ranks on the list, as part of today's "3 Things You Need to Know"
It probably seemed like a fun, sweet, memorable idea at the time .. here's a wedding proposal that will certainly be remembered - it's today's "Video of the Day"
The number one song on this date in 1986 comes from a band that might be best know today for being mentioned in Train's # 1 hit "Hey Soul Sister." The group had two big 80s hits, the first was "Broken Wing" and the 2nd is today's "Lost 80's Classic" from Mr. Mister