We lost an hour this past week. So while you try to get your body back on schedule, enjoy these random, strange facts about Daylight Saving Time. (Huffington Post, Health.com, CNN.com)

  • There are health risks with Daylight Saving Time. Heart attacks increase by 25% and there are also more car accidents.
  • You better hope you're not in line to get a sentence from a judge around Daylight Saving Time. A study showed that judges were harsher with their punishments after Daylight Saving Time.
  • On a positive note, you are less likely to get robbed at Daylight Saving Time. A study in 2015 showed that you were 7% less likely to be robbed the day after Daylight Saving Time.

Now you can take these as a direct link to Daylight Saving Time, or as a mere coincidence. The one advantage we have doing the morning show is that daylight hours don't really have an effect on us because we're up when it's dark and in bed while it's light out. No matter what time of year.