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Cosmetic dentist to share modern dentistry techniques at one-day seminar

Cosmetic dentist to share modern dentistry techniques at one-day seminar

Cosmetic dentist Dr. Kevin Winters is among the most respected dentists in the region, and one of the longest-tenured instructors at the world-famous Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (LVI). [More]
Good night, sleep tight...or will you?

Good night, sleep tight...or will you?

World Sleep Day is organized by the World Association of Sleep Medicine (WASM) to spread awareness of important sleep-related issues through a series of special events. This year it is focussing on insomnia with the theme “When Sleep is Sound, Health and Happiness Abound”. [More]
Stress about financial/economic issues is a leading factor that impacts people's sleep

Stress about financial/economic issues is a leading factor that impacts people's sleep

Royal Philips today released "Sleep: A Global Perspective," the first in a series of reports highlighting sleep trends and habits collected from a survey of nearly 8,000 people across 10 countries. [More]
Study suggests distinct role of brain regions in dental pain relief

Study suggests distinct role of brain regions in dental pain relief

Today at the 93rd General Session and Exhibition of the International Association for Dental Research, researcher Michael L. Meier, Center for Dental Medicine, University of Zürich, Switzerland, will present a study titled "Distinct Brain Mechanisms Related to Dental Pain Relief." [More]
When you eat is just as important as what you eat

When you eat is just as important as what you eat

If you're looking to improve your heart health by changing your diet, when you eat may be just as important as what you eat. [More]
Insomnia symptoms affect suicide risk among people who drink alcohol

Insomnia symptoms affect suicide risk among people who drink alcohol

Insomnia symptoms affect the risk of suicide among people who drink alcohol, according to a groundbreaking study led by the director of Mississippi State University's Sleep, Suicide and Aging Laboratory. [More]
In-car alarm could reduce crashes for young and old drivers

In-car alarm could reduce crashes for young and old drivers

An in-car alarm that sounds when sensors on the vehicle detect an imminent crash could cut crash rates from 1 in 5 to 1 in 10 for drivers over the of 60 suffering tiredness on long journeys, according to a study published in the International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics. [More]
Obstructive sleep apnea increases risk of motor vehicle accidents

Obstructive sleep apnea increases risk of motor vehicle accidents

A new study finds that obstructive sleep apnea is associated with a significantly increased risk of motor vehicle accidents, and this risk is reduced when sleep apnea is treated effectively using continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy. [More]
Somna Therapeutics receives FDA clearance to market REZA BAND UES Assist Device in U.S.

Somna Therapeutics receives FDA clearance to market REZA BAND UES Assist Device in U.S.

Somna Therapeutics today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared the REZA BAND UES Assist Device for marketing in the U.S. The REZA BAND is a ground-breaking, new, externally-worn, non-medication, non-surgical medical device designed to reduce symptoms of laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) by stopping regurgitation of stomach contents through the upper esophageal sphincter (UES). [More]
Narcolepsy bears trademarks of classic autoimmune disorder

Narcolepsy bears trademarks of classic autoimmune disorder

Narcoleptics suffer from bouts of sleepiness and sleep attacks, which impair their ability to function in daily life. But the precise cause of narcolepsy has long eluded scientists, and the cure for the devastating neurological disorder afflicting an estimated three million people worldwide -- and one in 3,000 Americans -- remains at bay. [More]
New patient-centered mobile app launched for breast cancer patients

New patient-centered mobile app launched for breast cancer patients

Apple and Sage Bionetworks, together with UCLA cancer research pioneer and collaborator Dr. Patricia Ganz, today announced the launch of Share the Journey: Mind, Body and Wellness after Breast Cancer, a patient-centered mobile app that empowers women to be partners in the research process by tracking their symptoms and successes. [More]
Depression symptoms under-recognized in African-American cancer patients

Depression symptoms under-recognized in African-American cancer patients

Case Western Reserve University nurse scientist Amy Zhang, who has long examined quality-of-life issues in cancer patients, wondered whether depression in African-American cancer patients has been under-recognized for treatment. [More]
Stepped-care strategy improves function, decreases pain severity in veterans

Stepped-care strategy improves function, decreases pain severity in veterans

Although U.S. military veterans who have returned from Iraq or Afghanistan are more likely to suffer chronic pain than veterans of any other conflict in American history, little headway has been made in helping them manage the often debilitating effects of chronic pain. [More]
Even 30 minutes of sleep debt per day can promote obesity and insulin resistance

Even 30 minutes of sleep debt per day can promote obesity and insulin resistance

Losing as little as 30 minutes of sleep per day on weekdays can have long-term consequences for body weight and metabolism, a new study finds. The results will be presented Thursday, March 5, at ENDO 2015, the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society in San Diego. [More]
Naturally occurring melatonin may help us fall asleep

Naturally occurring melatonin may help us fall asleep

If you walk into your local drug store and ask for a supplement to help you sleep, you might be directed to a bottle labeled "melatonin." The hormone supplement's use as a sleep aid is supported by anecdotal evidence and even some reputable research studies. [More]
Sleep apnea prevalent in obese, pregnant Asian women with gestational diabetes

Sleep apnea prevalent in obese, pregnant Asian women with gestational diabetes

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is prevalent in obese, pregnant Asian women with gestational diabetes, even when their diabetes is controlled by diet, a new study from Thailand finds. [More]
MBSR reduces fasting glucose, improves quality of life in overweight and obese women

MBSR reduces fasting glucose, improves quality of life in overweight and obese women

A treatment known as mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) may decrease fasting glucose and improve quality of life in overweight and obese women, new research suggests. [More]
Liraglutide may help obese adults achieve weight loss

Liraglutide may help obese adults achieve weight loss

Obesity guidelines recommend an initial weight loss goal of 5 to 10% of start weight to improve health. A recent study found that patients who received liraglutide 3.0 mg, combined with fewer calories and more physical activity, were more than twice as likely to achieve at least that level of weight loss, compared to patients on placebo who made similar lifestyle changes. [More]
AAPMD announces "The Silent Airway Problem: Connecting the Dots" conference

AAPMD announces "The Silent Airway Problem: Connecting the Dots" conference

The American Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry (AAPMD) is leading the charge for an interdisciplinary medical approach to the diagnosis and treatment of sleep and breathing disorders, which research indicates contribute to a range of serious physiological, cognitive, behavioral and performance conditions in children and adults. [More]
Bariatric surgery may not stunt growth of obese children

Bariatric surgery may not stunt growth of obese children

A newly created roadmap results in fewer complications and better growth among children who undergo weight reducing procedures [More]
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