A move toward even greater simplicity and ease of use could have widespread implications for sleep medicine.
The New York Times discusses the importance of sleep to learning.
A jury awarded Michael B. Matthews $921,657, agreeing that he was discriminated against because of a sleep apnea disability, reports the McPherson Sentinel.
The Northwest Herald discusses the link between varicose veins and restless legs syndrome.
Medicalresearch.com interviews Adrian Baranchuk MD FACC FRCPC and Associate Professor of Medicine Director, EP Training Program Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
A woman with narcolepsy who was filming an instructional dance video inadvertently filmed herself having several sleep attacks and cataplexy episodes. The educational video has since gone viral, Inquisitr reports.
Children whose parents suffer from obstructive sleep apnea have a much higher chance of having the condition, reports The New Zealand Herald.
Through the lens of patient Fiona Bond, The Daily Mail tells the tale of how sleep apnea many times remains undiagnosed for years.
Dental sleep medicine specialist Dr Sabrina Magid-Katz answers questions from EmpowHER about women and sleep.
Sleep apnea tolls the health of tens of millions, reports the Epoch Times, in an article that covers costs, under-diagnosis, and payor reimbursement concerns.