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Daylight Savings Time 2012: 7 Tips To Cope With The Time Change

For those dreading to spring forward routine beginning on March 8, here's everything you need to know to help you adjust to Daylight Savings Time 2012, from what food and drinks to avoid to how some of the best tips for getting your body's circadian rhythm back on track.

Daylight Savings Time 2012: Should The U.S. End DST? [POLL]

Daylight Savings Time 2012 means longer days and some few sunlight. It also means a lot of sleepy, grumpy people adjusting to their new schedule and calling for change. Does the practice of Daylight Savings Time need to stop? Should it continue year-round? Or is it just fine the way it is? Vote in our poll to let us know.

Daylight Saving Time 2011: When, Where and How to Change the Clocks

Though most areas of the U.S. currently observe daylight saving time, Arizona, Hawaii, and the territories of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands are exceptions. But in Arizona, the Navajo Nation observes daylight saving time.

Daylight Saving Time Ends Nov. 6 in U.S.: Is it Healthy or Harmful?

For some countries around the world, it's time to turn the clocks back, marking the end of the Daylight Saving Time (DST). But for the U.S. and Canada, there is yet another week to go. The practice of DST has been criticized and reported to cause problems for farming and other occupations tied to the sun. What about its impact on human health? Is it healthy or harmful?

Daylight Saving Time 2011 Will End Nov. 6

Daylight saving time officially ends next week, at 2 a.m. on Nov. 6, when clocks are turned back one hour. In the northern hemisphere, daylight saving time generally begins in March and ends in November.

Facebook investor DST takes stake in Groupon

Russian Internet investment group Digital Sky Technologies, which bought a $300 million stake in Facebook last year, has led a $135 million investment round in Chicago-based social-commerce website Groupon.

Russian investor expands Facebook stake-sources

Russian investment firm Digital Sky Technologies has begun buying more shares in Facebook, seeking to expand its stake in the world's No. 1 social networking company, two sources told Reuters.

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