DeVilbiss Healthcare was recently named one of five finalists for the 2014 Pennsylvania Governor’s Impact Awards in the Export Impact category for the Southern Alleghenies Region. This is the second consecutive year DeVilbiss has been named a finalist.
“While the European business segment continued its strong performance, it was more than offset by the continued impact of the company’s consent decree with the United States Food and Drug Administration.”
Researchers at Washington State University (WSU) Spokane have developed a new way to detect when drivers are about to nod off behind the wheel. Their recently patented technology is based on steering wheel movements—which are more variable in drowsy drivers—and offers an affordable and more reliable alternative to currently available video-based driver drowsiness detection systems.
ResMed‘s revenue was $397.8 million for the quarter ended March 31, a 4% increase over the quarter ended March 31, 2013.
Hotel-goers have varied preferences when it comes to staying in hotels, such as mattress characteristics, nighttime routines, and what they prefer to have on their bedside tables.
A team of orthodontists has developed a strategy to effectively implement treatment of obstructive sleep apnea into a practice and improve patients’ lives, reports our sister publication Orthodontic Products.
Johns Hopkins researchers report that they have identified a protein essential to the formation of the tiny brain region in mice that coordinates sleep-wake cycles and other so-called circadian rhythms.
A new survey indicates that the only thing we all have in common when it comes to a good night’s sleep is that our needs and preferences are diverse, and for those seeking rest away from home, the demand for a personalized sleep environment is increasing.
Even children who look both ways before crossing a street run the risk of being struck by a motor vehicle when sleepy, according to a recent study conducted at Children’s of Alabama.
KATU-2 reports on the phenomenon of people texting while asleep.