It doesn't seem to affect me Lady P.....working for the Tribune, 7 days a week. The news never stops. Time change happens at work and I am up Nights.
A 1996 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed an 8 percent increase in motor vehicle accidents on the Monday following the time change. A 2001 study from Johns Hopkins and Stanford universities also showed an increase on the Monday following the change.
But those findings have not been universal – a Finnish study published last year did not find a similar increase there.....snip~
I noticed that all the US research says what they find with us Americans.....but for some reason the Small Universal Finnish study for some reason, applies here in the US. So they can't say for sure.