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Whether it's spring forward or fall back, one thing's for certain, Americans don't like messing up their sleep schedule. An expert from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine talks about the importance of our internal circadian rhythm.

Martyl Langsdorf designed just one magazine cover, but it has had considerable staying power. A prolific painter of abstract and figurative canvases, she was commissioned 75 years ago by the scientists who built the atomic bomb that ended World War II. By 1947 the Cold War was on, and they wanted to alert Americans to the danger of a nuclear confrontation with the Soviet Union.

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Play with the impressive power of green science with this fully equipped kit. It includes a digital clock, wires, prongs and assembly instructions. All you need is a couple of potatoes. $19.95 at Amazon

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A 20-second pitch clock is used with no runners on base, similar to the one instituted at Triple-A and Double-A in 2018.

In what continues to be one of the irritating realties of our modern world, a law that was instituted during World War I continues to flummox and annoy us today.

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Depending on your timing, you can still ring in the new year with noisemakers as the clock strikes 12 in other countries around the world.

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