Doctors want daylight saving time abolished. Here's why, and what you can do about it
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For years, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, experts on all things sleep, has called for daylight saving time to be abolished. In the days leading up to this weekend's time change, their cause was debated in yet another congressional hearing. But for now, we're stuck with, well, Cranky Monday. "Basically what is going to happen Monday morning is that you will have jet lag without traveling," said Dr. Abid Bhat, medical director for the University Health Sleep Center, formerly Truman Medical Centers. We move our clocks ahead an hour at 2 a.m. Sunday. Medical experts oppose this yo-yoing o...