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How to Make the Most of Leap Year

Leap Year

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  • A Leap Year every four years keeps our modern Gregorian calendar in alignment with the Earth’s revolutions around the sun
  • Leap Year appears on Feb. 29 every four years. Because each year is 365-and-a-quarter days long, we’re left with a six-hour surplus every year. Every fourth year, when those hours total 24, it’s essentially an extra day.
  • Feb. 29 offers a one-day opportunity to do some positive and healthy things you know you should do — and really want to do — but don’t

By Dr. Mercola

Every four years, a little-understood but interesting phenomenon takes place: we get an extra day. It’s called Leap Year, and it falls on February 29.

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