-Germany is the first recorded country to have taken up the practice starting in May 1916, as an effort to try and save fuel during World War I.
-Daylight Saving Time can REALLY affect your health. You're only losing one hour but it can jolt the body’s internal body clock, causing a higher risk of sleep disorders, heart attacks, strokes, and miscarriages.
-Strangely enough, you're less likely to get robbed during DST. Researchers discovered that during the fall DST, robbery fell 7%, while during the spring one, robbery fell a full 27%, as the extra hour of daylight in the evening kept would-be robbers away.
Learn more about Daylight Saving Time (and yes, it is Saving without the S) at BIGTHINK.COM.