Nihon Kohden America was certified as a great workplace on Feb 3 by the independent analysts at Great Place to Work Institute, a global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures.
Starting February 15, Cape Medical Supply is rolling out its new “Visual Learning Program” for all new PAP patients across the company’s territory in Eastern New England.
Noor Halid’s story is the first episode of The Other Sight of Singapore, ChannelNewsAsia's web series that profiles Singaporeans who work rotating shifts or night jobs. The series finds out what their job entails and how they adapt to working non-traditional hours.
A Wired news report indicates that Nintendo is putting the launch of its sleep tracking and fitness device on hold.
From the drawbacks for allergy sufferers to the stress relief a pet in bed provides, a DogTime.com report discusses the benefits and possible disadvantages to having your pet sleep with you.
Nutrition expert and trainer Harley Pasternak discusses the connection between sleep and weight loss and offers tips on how to get your best rest.
Based on endoscopic findings, the condition can be divided into chronic sinusitis with or without nasal polyps.
A BD Live news report examines the effect of sleep deprivation on employees and the measures employers can take to ensure workers are rested.
According to a new Jawbone study, women get more sleep than men, as reported by Tech Times.
Recent research shows that Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis could relapse due to sleep disturbances, as reported by Bel Marra Health.
Ever since the author started living alone in Mumbai, he hasn’t been able to get a good night’s sleep, reports Scroll.in.
The Wetumpka Herald reports that Ivy Creek Health Care in Alabama has opened its new Sleep Disorder Clinic.
A BBC News report indicates that a boy who developed narcolepsy after receiving the Pandemrix vaccine has received damages from his lawsuit.
A new evidence-based summary reveals that for children with insomnia, behavioral interventions should be tried before melatonin or other pharmacologic treatments, as reported by Family Practice News.
A news report from The Huffington Post details what problems the latest adaptive sleep technology aims to address.
According to CNET, data from Jawbone finds that the people of India are getting less sleep than their western neighbors, getting an average of 6.5 hours of sleep per night.
A Neurology Advisor report indicates that finances are not the primary obstacles for reduced purchase of CPAP devices for obstructive sleep apnea patients.
A report from the National Federation of Professional Trainers indicates that people with obstructive sleep apnea may take in less oxygen during waking activities.
According to Anesthesiology News, the findings of a new study suggest anesthesiologists select a larger tube for patients with diagnosed obstructive sleep apnea during surgery.
A study suggests a link between genetics and whether or not a person is an early or late riser, according to NDTV.