Tiny snow storm triggers panic in Southern U.S.It only took three inches of snow to send the U.S. deep south into a tailspin. People abandoned their cars in the middle of highways, while others sought shelter in churches and stores. We've compared their little storm to what Canadians deal with on a daily basis. The results are just amazing.
- As most Canadians adjust clocks to daylight time this Sunday, a sleep disorder expert warns that losing the one hour of sleep could have some serious health consequences. The annual 'spring forward' has been linked to an increase in traffic and workplace accidents, as well as an increased risk of heart attacks and stroke in the first week following the time change.
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