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Heart attacks rise after clocks go forward: study

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Turning the clocks forward an hour in the spring for daylight saving time is followed by a spike in heart attacks on the Monday afterward, said a US study on Saturday. 

An employee of the Bodet Company carries a clock on March 26, 2014 at the Trementines plant in western France

But when the clocks fall back and people gain an hour of sleep, there is a drop in heart attacks on Tuesday, said the research presented at the American College of Cardiology conference.

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