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Sleep apnea: The 'snoring sickness' that leaves you gasping for breath - CNN

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Sleep apnea: The 'snoring sickness' that leaves you gasping for breath
CNN
It was then, back in 2012, that Keller was diagnosed with sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that affects 24% of adult men and 9% of women. Around the same time, Keller was taking part in CNN's Fit Nation Challenge. He'd made a commitment to turn his health ...

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To avoid sleep apnea: Take up the tuba - NJ.com

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To avoid sleep apnea: Take up the tuba
NJ.com
Which would you rather do? Sleep with a cumbersome CPAP machine at night, or play the tuba during the day? Both may be prove to be equally effective against sleep apnea, a new study shows. Researchers in India compared the risk of developing ...
Heavy Snoring, Apnea Could Lead to Brain Issues: 7 Snoring Aids & RemediesEurweb.com
Heavy Snoring & Apnea Treatment Includes Playing Trumpet & Clarinet [Study]Latinos Health
How Poor Sleep Might Shape Mental Health Later In LifeHuffington Post
Statesmen News -Standard Bulletin -International Business Times AU
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Treating Sleep Apnea May Ward Off Memory Decline - New York Times (blog)

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Treating Sleep Apnea May Ward Off Memory Decline
New York Times (blog)
But compared with those whose sleep disorder was untreated, those using C.P.A.P. machines delayed the appearance of cognitive impairment by an average of 10 years — making their age of onset almost identical to those who had no sleep disorder at all.
Sleep Apnea May Speed Memory Loss, Alzheimer's Onset: StudyNBCNews.com
Sleep Apnea May Predict Memory LossU.S. News & World Report
Snoring, apnea linked to earlier memory decline in elderyFox News
Medical News Today -WebMD
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Flu sticking around while children struggle with additional respiratory illnesses - Columbus Dispatch

Flu sticking around while children struggle with additional respiratory illnesses
Columbus Dispatch
Influenza B (which was not the primary circulating strain during the peak of this year's season), RSV (respiratory syncytial virus), and metapneumovirus are the primary concerns at Children's, Cunningham said. The latter two can affect adults as well ...

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Free Head, Neck, Hearing and Asthma Screenings Offered in Wausau - WSAW

Free Head, Neck, Hearing and Asthma Screenings Offered in Wausau
WSAW
In honor of Oral Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Month, the group held a free screening event for oral head and neck cancer, asthma and hearing. It's a national movement that's taken on a lot of popularity, because oral cancer affects 45,000 Americans ...

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Phenotypes of severe asthma among children and adolescents in Brazil: a ... - BMC Blogs Network

Phenotypes of severe asthma among children and adolescents in Brazil: a ...
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The aim of this study was to describe the phenotypic characteristics of difficult-to-treat severe asthma and treatment-resistant severe asthma in a sample of children and adolescents in Brazil. Methods This was a prospective study, conducted between ...

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Addressing Phila. asthma crisis - Philly.com

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Addressing Phila. asthma crisis
Philly.com
For nearly two decades, Tyra Bryant-Stephens has worked to lessen the asthma crisis among children in Philadelphia neighborhoods where rates of the potentially deadly condition far outstrip the national average. In 1997, the physician at Children's ...

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Science of nap time: Seeking an edge in the most basic of all human needs - SI.com

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Science of nap time: Seeking an edge in the most basic of all human needs
SI.com
This story appears in the April 13, 2015, issue of Sports Illustrated. Subscribe to the magazine here. On the night of last Nov. 14, Mike Napoli found himself speeding through a major city on old-fashioned roller skates, wearing tiny jean shorts, a ...

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Study finds high incidence of respiratory problems in oil spill cleanup workers - Tampabay.com (blog)

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Study finds high incidence of respiratory problems in oil spill cleanup workers
Tampabay.com (blog)
Thousands of people who were hired to help clean up after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill are experiencing problems with their respiratory systems that may be tied to their exposure to the oil, according to an ongoing government study of the spill ...

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Study: Twitter Could Help Predict Asthma-Related ED Patient Volume - iHealthBeat

Study: Twitter Could Help Predict Asthma-Related ED Patient Volume
iHealthBeat
The researchers found no meaningful relationship between the asthma-related Google searches and ED visits (Budryk, FierceHealthcare, 4/16). The authors noted that they are working to expand their research to see if their preliminary findings hold when ...

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