Today could be a dangerous day.
More Americans are likely to have heart attacks on this first Monday of Daylight Saving Time. A study led by researchers at the University of Michigan found the number of heart attacks goes up 24-percent on the day after most of the U.S. "springs forward." According to one theory, the rise in heart attacks might be linked to the lost hour of sleep.
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