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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.
Severe sleep apnea diagnosis panics reporter until he finds a simple, no-cost solution

Severe sleep apnea diagnosis panics reporter until he finds a simple, no-cost solution

The impact of sleep fragmentation on the clonal diversity of immune cells and the genetic aging of the hematopoietic system

The impact of sleep fragmentation on the clonal diversity of immune cells and the genetic aging of the hematopoietic system

A good night's sleep promotes immunity

A good night's sleep promotes immunity

Adherence to CPAP treatment reduces rehospitalization risk in adults with comorbid sleep apnea and heart disease

Adherence to CPAP treatment reduces rehospitalization risk in adults with comorbid sleep apnea and heart disease

Transplanting gut bacteria from donors with sleep apnea can cause cardiovascular changes in mice

Transplanting gut bacteria from donors with sleep apnea can cause cardiovascular changes in mice

Studies show link between OSA and decline in mental processing powers, increased risk of blood clots, cancer

Studies show link between OSA and decline in mental processing powers, increased risk of blood clots, cancer

Individuals with early-onset diabetes, hypertension more likely to develop primary open-angle glaucoma

Individuals with early-onset diabetes, hypertension more likely to develop primary open-angle glaucoma

Is the level of circulating SARS-CoV-2 RNA or spike protein associated with acute disease severity?

Is the level of circulating SARS-CoV-2 RNA or spike protein associated with acute disease severity?

Research highlights the impact of social determinants of health on hypertension control

Research highlights the impact of social determinants of health on hypertension control

What causes insomnia and how to treat it?

What causes insomnia and how to treat it?

Busy Americans get the least sleep at age 40, study reports

Busy Americans get the least sleep at age 40, study reports

Overweight, obese people maintained an average weight loss of 10% with lifestyle changes and medications

Overweight, obese people maintained an average weight loss of 10% with lifestyle changes and medications

Frequent snorers with a high risk of sleep apnea are less active than those who don't snore

Frequent snorers with a high risk of sleep apnea are less active than those who don't snore

Women aged 55 and over who snore have higher risk for sleep apnea

Women aged 55 and over who snore have higher risk for sleep apnea

New study paves the way for first drug treatment for sleep apnea

New study paves the way for first drug treatment for sleep apnea

Smartwatch application can be used for atrial fibrillation screening

Smartwatch application can be used for atrial fibrillation screening

Developing an autonomous robotic platform to improve the quality of sleep

Developing an autonomous robotic platform to improve the quality of sleep

Effective treatment for obstructive sleep apnea may reverse biological age acceleration

Effective treatment for obstructive sleep apnea may reverse biological age acceleration

Study suggests link between sleep apnea and joint pain in postmenopausal women

Study suggests link between sleep apnea and joint pain in postmenopausal women

Maladaptive coping strategies may contribute to decreased sleep quality

Maladaptive coping strategies may contribute to decreased sleep quality