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There are a lot of things to dislike about daylight saving time: the disruption in our sleep schedule, the onslaught of seasonal puns in retail advertisements, the fact that it doesn't work as well at saving energy as we've always been told, and thus, it really serves no purpose. But have you ever thought about the possibility that daylight saving time (DST) might actually be dangerous? When the clocks spring forward and fall back each year, it's only by an hour, but research suggests it may take days to adjust to the time difference. And during that adjustment period, there is a spike in car crashes, especially after we "spring forward" and lose an hour of sleep. And the U.S. government's Fatality Analysis Reporting System found a 17 percent increase in traffic incident-related deaths the Monday after the spring time change. 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