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If It’s Only An Hour, Why Do I Feel So Lousy? The True March Madness

It may not seem like much: a simple loss of one hour on the clock as we “spring ahead.” But for some people, the time change is pure misery. And as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, there can be some real health problems as we get thrown overnight into Daylight Savings Time.

03/09/2014

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Why You Should Wear Sunglasses At 9 PM

This weekend we spring forward as we lose an hour of sleep, but gain an hour of daylight. For some, it’s a welcome change. For others, like CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida, it’s major trauma. He has some tips on how to deal with the dreaded ritual of “the changing of the clocks.”

03/06/2013

Wanita Frias of Lakewood took this photo on Jan. 21, 2010, of the "morning sunrise in Arvada close to Red Rocks Community College looking east to downtown Denver."

Don’t Let The Time Change Kill You

Spring forward? How about springing back into bed for some extra shut-eye? Dr. Dave Hnida reports the first few days of the changing of the clocks don’t just make you feel miserable, but are risky to your health as well.

03/12/2012

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