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time change

It's critical that we start thinking about the effects of our long and dark winters on us now, so that we can take the steps needed to ward off the very real mental health challenges that can arise as part and parcel of Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Fhe time change means there's going to be an extra challenge in the coming weeks. Darkness will fall much earlier and road conditions will start to deteriorate. Here's what you need to keep in mind before starting the car and getting on the road.
There are so many ways to take advantage ...
Hang in there moms and dads. The shift in this new schedule normally takes a week or two for our kiddies to adapt to it. While their bodies may not feel tired during this time change our kids may get cranky that first week while their bodies wait to nap and eat. They will get there!
All you revelers ought to be thankful.
Do all countries change their clocks the same way? No. The United Kingdom observes "British Summer Time," in which clocks
There goes the sun, and we say, we'll miss you. Nov. 2, 2014 marks the day upon which we say goodbye to long days, and hello
While the weather may be taking its sweet time warming up, the first signs of spring are around the corner with daylight
The spring 2014 time change may rob you of sleep, but it can also save your life in the long term, says a UBC professor. "We