If your patients have problems staying asleep and feeling refreshed, share these sleep tips with them from The Huffington Post.
The mattress your patient sleeps on can have a big effect on how well he or she sleeps. Consider these tips from Dr Frank Lipman for how to choose the right bed.
Dental sleep medicine is a growing and rewarding niche within sleep medicine. In a recent Sleep Review survey, 4.9% of patients try oral appliances as their first-line therapy, up from an average of 4.2% in our prior survey.
On its blog, consumer actigraphy company Jawbone includes fascinating interactive infographics regarding sleeping habits in different cities around the globe.
The Wall Street Journal reports on the new science behind the disruption wrought by jet lag, unusual hours and bright tablet screens.
Xyrem narcolepsy treatment maker Jazz Pharmaceuticals is growing both organically and through acquisitions, reports Investor’s Business Daily.
A primary care physician tells The Patriot Ledger readers about the dangers of opioid use with sleep apnea patients.
New research shows that an immunoassay can detect a peptide in urine that is increased in children with sleep apnea. The test could provide a psychologically easier way to determine if a child has sleep apnea, an alternative to spending the night in a sleep clinic.
A physician tells NPR about the benefits he’s experienced when sharing a patient’s medical records with the patient.
ResMed today introduced its new AirSense 10 PAP device platform, with new features that benefit both the patient and the healthcare provider.