As we leap forward an hour this weekend, you may want to take a step back to help your heart. That's after a new study finds an increased risk for a heart attack on the Monday and Tuesday following Daylight Saving Time. Experts say losing an hour of sleep is the likely cause. The risk for heart attack goes *down* in the fall when we get an extra hour of sleep. Experts recommend getting to bed early or try establishing a regular sleep schedule that doesn't vary significantly between weekends and weekdays.
Can't Find Something?
KWWL Television Inc.
511 E 5th St. Waterloo , IA 50703
News Tips: (800)947-7746