The annual switch to daylight saving time brings more accidents, heart attacks, and other health effects. Surprisingly, they don’t completely go away until we go back to standard time in the fall. Experts discuss health and mental effects of body clocks not being in synch with the actual time, and how year-around consistency would help. But should it be standard time or DST? Experts discuss alternatives.
- Dr. Michael Jaffee, Vice Chair, Department of Neurology, University of Florida
- Dr. Muhammad Adeel Rishi, pulmonary critical care and sleep physician, Mayo Clinic Health System and Vice Chair, Public Safety Committee, American Academy of Sleep Medicine
- Dr. Steve Hanke, Professor of Applied Economics, Johns Hopkins University