Daylight Saving Time has a storied past that actually begins in Europe. The reason behind it started as a way to save on energy costs back when coal power was at its height.
Today, there are many areas of the world that find the time shift less than ideal. And this can also lead to health problems for some people, such as higher heart attack risk, more car accident fatalities and other issues.
Do you like having an extra hour of sunlight part of the year or do you just find the time change annoying? Learn more about the history, oddities and health effects of Daylight Saving Time at https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2018/03/daylight-savings-time-arizona-florida-spring-forward-science/#close