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Obstructive Sleep Apnea, PTSD, and 9/11

As America still mourns those who were lost on September 11, 2011 during the attacks on the World Trade Center recent research has shown that […]

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Sleep Apnea and Traumatic Brain Injury

Recently in sports, especially in contact sports, the issue of concussions and their long term effects on individuals is a very hot button topic. With […]

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Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Syndrome

Would you believe it if you told that from the period of 2001 through 2013 the number of infant deaths caused by sleeping conditions that […]

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Are Night Owls Genetically Prone to Binge Drinking?

Alcohol abuse happens for many reasons however, genetics can be a factor. Recently a study was conducted that actually made links to circadian rhythm (sleeping) […]

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Brain Stem Abnormalities in SIDS Infants

Sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, is defined as the unexplained death, usually during sleep of a seemingly healthy baby. While researchers are unable to […]

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Is Ambien Worth the Extra Sleep?

As a quick solution for sleepless nights, sleeping pills have been a growing business: in 2011, Americans filled over 60 million prescriptions for sleeping pills, […]

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Sleep Texting Is New Sleep Disorder Impacting Teens

“Sleep-texting” is a growing phenomenon among teens today. In fact, sleep-disorder specialists indicate that sleep-texting, which a person may perform several times over the course […]

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Second Hand Smoke and OSA in Children

Many are unaware that not only is sleep apnea dangerous in adults but children as well. According to the American Thoracic Society, about 10 percent […]

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Insomnia Linked to Increased Mortality Risk

Insomnia is something that most people struggle with at one time or another. It may be brought on by a busy period at work or […]

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Worldwide Maternal Sleep Patterns

Having trouble sleeping is an issue that will affect almost everyone throughout their lifetime. Whether it is in the United States, Africa, or Asia, sleep […]

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