It may be just one hour, but in reality, said Dr. Steve Rasmus, a neurologist who specializes in sleep disorders at Genesis Medical Center in Davenport, it is quick shot of “forced jet lag.” Combined with the "spring ahead" effects of losing an hour

Daylight Saving Time ends next week, not tomorrow. We apologize for any confusion caused by the item in Saturday's print edition of The Gazette.

Daylight Saving Time ends next week, not tomorrow. We apologize for any confusion caused by the item in Saturday's print edition of The Gazette.

CLEVELAND – A sleep expert in Cleveland says bright light and exercise can help avoid sluggishness with the end to daylight saving time on Sunday. Michael Decker is an associate professor of nursing at Case Western Reserve University and studies sleep 

That “combined with a quick notification and response of fire crews will save lives and property within our community,” he said. Moore said the time changes in spring and fall are definitely a great opportunity to check a home's 


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