BYLINE: Clocks Fall Back This Weekend! Are You an Early Bird or Night Owl?"

Carol Nwelue, MD, at Baylor Scott & White Health, answers common patient questions and reacts to the latest medical research.

  • What makes someone a morning person vs. a night person? (SOT@ 0:14, TRT 0:31)
  • Is it better to be an early bird rather than a night owl? (SOT@ 0:53, TRT 0:23)
  • Do early birds live longer than night owls? (SOT@ 1:25, TRT 0:50)
  • Do diet and exercise play a role in whether you are an early bird or night owl? (SOT@ 2:24, TRT 0:29)
  • If you’re a night owl, should you try to change your sleep pattern? (SOT@ 3:02, TRT 0:29)
  • Video b-roll begins @ 3:30, TRT 1:06

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