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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a major heath problem. In the United States, at least 17 million people have moderate to severe OSA, which is characterized by heavy snoring, airway blockage and frequent awakenings during sleep.
Study explores if CPAP treatment can improve sexual QOL for sleep apnea patients

Study explores if CPAP treatment can improve sexual QOL for sleep apnea patients

Study: Prediabetic patients with OSA could lower their resting heart rates by using CPAP

Study: Prediabetic patients with OSA could lower their resting heart rates by using CPAP

HSS study aims to find if bariatric surgery prior to knee replacement can improve outcomes

HSS study aims to find if bariatric surgery prior to knee replacement can improve outcomes

Older Americans have increased risk for OSA but rarely investigated

Older Americans have increased risk for OSA but rarely investigated

Study: Older adults have high risk for OSA, yet illness remains vastly underdiagnosed

Study: Older adults have high risk for OSA, yet illness remains vastly underdiagnosed

AASM position statement: Medical cannabis not be used for treatment of sleep apnea

AASM position statement: Medical cannabis not be used for treatment of sleep apnea

Study finds increased risk of motor vehicle crashes in sleep-deprived individuals

Study finds increased risk of motor vehicle crashes in sleep-deprived individuals

New research grant by Fisher & Paykel Healthcare to advance COPD patient care

New research grant by Fisher & Paykel Healthcare to advance COPD patient care

Weight loss surgery widely underutilized among young patients with severe obesity

Weight loss surgery widely underutilized among young patients with severe obesity

Study highlights significant clinical differences between men and women with sleep apnea

Study highlights significant clinical differences between men and women with sleep apnea

Feeling sleepy during the day could predict Alzheimer's disease finds study

Feeling sleepy during the day could predict Alzheimer's disease finds study

Non-adherence to sleep apnea treatment linked to increased hospital readmissions

Non-adherence to sleep apnea treatment linked to increased hospital readmissions

American Football players face risk of future sleep breathing issues, study finds

American Football players face risk of future sleep breathing issues, study finds

Treating sleep-disordered breathing may improve prognosis of heart failure patients

Treating sleep-disordered breathing may improve prognosis of heart failure patients

WSU researchers to test novel sleep measurement technology in insomniacs

WSU researchers to test novel sleep measurement technology in insomniacs

Study finds narrowed upper airways in preterm infants that may explain higher OSA risk

Study finds narrowed upper airways in preterm infants that may explain higher OSA risk

Loyola Medicine otolaryngologist corrects sleep apnea symptoms with ENT procedure

Loyola Medicine otolaryngologist corrects sleep apnea symptoms with ENT procedure

Synthetic cannabis-like drug found to be safe and effective in treating sleep apnea

Synthetic cannabis-like drug found to be safe and effective in treating sleep apnea

PAP therapy improves quality of life in patients with obstructive sleep apnea, study shows

PAP therapy improves quality of life in patients with obstructive sleep apnea, study shows

OSA may put elderly people at increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease

OSA may put elderly people at increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease