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Daylight Saving Time first began in World War I, to save energy.

Fatal car crashes increase in the US when the clocks change — even more evidence that Daylight Saving Time is killing us

Researchers in Colorado found that Daylight Saving Time increases the rate of car accidents by 6%, and 28 fatalities a year could be prevented.
Fasting may help curb your appetite and boost fat-burning, according to new research.

There’s more evidence that intermittent fasting could help you lose weight without eating any less

The small but rigorous study found that eating between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. made people less hungry and burn more fat than eating at typical meal times.
Nausea could be down to diet, lack of sleep, or anxiety.

4 surprising reasons you might feel sick in the morning, even if you’re not pregnant

Feeling nauseated can be a sign of pregnancy, but it can also be a sign of disrupted sleep cycles or a blocked nose.
First thing in the morning can be a great time to do some of your toughest mental tasks.

The best time of day to do everything at work, according to science

Your brain doesn't work the same way all day long. In the morning we tend to be more vigilant, while the afternoon is a great time to get creative and spark new ideas. Here's the best way to hack your workday with science.

Women who wake up early may be less likely to develop depression, according to a new study — but the advice for optimum sleep remains unchanged

A new study suggests that nurses who are early risers have a decreased chance of developing depression, but recommendations from sleep scientists about sticking to a regular schedule remain more or less the same.

It turns out sleeping in at the weekend could counteract the harm caused by lack of sleep during the week

Sleep scientists have long insisted that getting a consistent amount of sleep a night is the best practice. However, a growing body of research suggests we can make up for a lack of sleep during the week at the weekend.

Disrupting your body clock could increase your risk of mood disorders like depression — here’s why

Our internal clocks determine nearly every biological process in our bodies, from sleeping, to eating, to our blood pressure. If it is disrupted, it can cause a whole lot of problems.

Sleeping in at the weekend might actually be good for you, according to a new study

"This is in effect an argument for lazing around all weekend," said the scientist leading the study.