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Of course we know that when Daylight Saving Time ends, darkness comes earlier. But when we moved them forward, some of the effects aren’t quite what you’d imagine.

  • People spent more after Daylight Saving Time in Los Angeles, compared to Phoenix where they don’t observe the change.
  • An increase in heart attacks is associated with Daylight Saving Time.

Not strange enough? Okay, try this…

  • On Monday after the change, judges hand out longer sentences.
  • Fewer collisions with koalas.

Click here to find the list of effects of Daylight Saving Time from Mental Floss.

Now, aren’t you glad we’ve turned the clock back?