Nov 03, 2016
By Valerie Massie
On Sunday, November 6, we will be turning our clocks back one hour to mark the end of Daylight Savings Time. But how does this time change affect our health and internal clocks? What health impacts can the time change have? Are some people more strongly affected by the time change? How can we reduce health risks associated with the end of Daylight Savings Time? We speak with Canadian Institutes of health researcher Dr. Marc Hebert.