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Daylight saving time alters more than sleep

Published 03/12/2010, Grand Forks Herald

At 2 a.m. Sunday, we switch from Central Standard Time to Central Daylight Time. Most of us take that to simply mean we sleep one hour less. “I don’t have time to wake up early,” said Katie Gorman, Grand Forks. Her mother agreed.

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