“I am very pleased with our fourth quarter results as we achieved record revenues and earnings. Both our neurodiagnostic and newborn care businesses performed well in the quarter led by outstanding performance in our domestic neurology business,” says Jim Hawkins, Natus Medical president and CEO, in a release.
A Newsmax Health report examines the accuracy and efficiency of at-home sleep apnea tests.
A Journal of Pediatrics study reveals that lack of sleep is a contributing factor to obesity in children, as reported by KXLY.com
While infants sleep they are reprocessing what they have learned. Working with researchers from the University of Tübingen, scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig have discovered that babies of the age from 9 to 16 months remember the names of objects better if they had a short nap.
A book written by a board-certified ENT and a dentist specializing in sleep apnea treatment is a new resource for patients who are interested in options other than CPAP to treat their sleep apnea.
Namrita Singh, DMD, the owner of Allen Whole Health Dentistry in Allen, Texas, has written a book called Whole Health Dentistry: Why Your Mouth is the Key to Your Body’s Health.
According to a CareerBuilder survey, lack of sleep is the second most common cause for tardiness for employees, with 30% of employees citing it.
The outcome of that big sporting event you just can’t wait to watch may depend on how the timing of the match aligns (or doesn’t) with the internal biological clocks of the athletes on the teams, according to a study reported today in the Cell Press journal Current Biology. Athletes and coaches would do well to make note and adjust their schedules accordingly, the researchers say.
Natus Medical Inc has entered the neurodiagnostic services market through the acquisition of Global Neuro-Diagnostics (GND). GND was profitable in 2014 with revenue of approximately $7 million.
A large study links a significantly increased risk for developing dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, to taking commonly used medications with anticholinergic effects at higher doses or for a longer time.