I could go for that.
The primary health damage is done by shifting time at all, after that car crashes and other accidents.
Daylight saving time has its advantages, such as more post-work daylight in the summer.
But the switch can be tough on the body clock.
The hour shift can interfere with sleep, especially for night owls, according to a 2007 study in the journal BMC Biology.
A 2008 study published in the journal BMC Physiology suggest that people who like to burn the midnight oil have the most trouble shifting forward in the spring, while early risers struggle to "fall back" in autumn.