LA Times reports that the end of daylight saving time (which happens this Sunday) is good for the heart and a 5% drop in heart attack cases is proof positive:

Turning your clock back one hour for the end of daylight saving time could do your own ticker some good.

Researchers have found a 5% drop in heart attack deaths and hospitalizations the day after clocks are reset each year to standard time, according to a study published today in the New England Journal of Medicine.

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